In nematodes: A canal, lined with cuticle, that connects the uterus or uteri with the female gonospore.
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- the lower part of the female reproductive tract
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The canal that leads from the outside world to the cervix (also called the birth canal).
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A muscular tube that forms the lower part of the female reproductive system. It joins the womb with the outside.
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Opening of the human female reproductive system
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the muscular passage connecting the uterus with the outside genitals; a component of the female reproductive system
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The female genital canal.
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Vagina: The muscular canal extending from the cervix to the outside of the body. It is usually six to seven inches in length, and its walls are lined with mucus membrane. It includes two vaultlike structures, the anterior (front) vaginal fornix and the posterior (rear) vaginal fornix. The cervix protrudes slightly into the vagina, and it is through
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The female organ of sexual intercourse, the birth canal. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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the lower part of the female reproductive tract; a moist canal in female mammals extending from the labia minora to the uterus; `the vagina receives the penis during coitus`; `the vagina is elastic enough to allow the passage of a fetus`
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(vә-ji´nә) pl. vagi´nae any sheath or sheathlike structure. the canal in the female that extends from the external genitalia (vulva) to the cervix uteri. The adult vagina is normally about 8 cm (3 in) long and slopes upward and backward. Internally, the bladder is in front of the vagina and the rectum...
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• (n.) The shaft of a terminus, from which the bust of figure seems to issue or arise. • (n.) The basal expansion of certain leaves, which inwraps the stem; a sheath. • (n.) Specifically, the canal which leads from the uterus to the external orifice if the genital canal, or to the cloaca. • (n.) The terminal part of the oviduct
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canal in female mammals that receives the male reproductive cells, or sperm, and is part of the birth canal during the birth process. In humans, it ... [14 related articles]
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In architecture the vagina is the shaft of a terminus, from which the bust of figure seems to issue or arise.
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The vagina is an internal sex organ in females. Vagina may also refer to: In anatomy: In publishing: ...
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The vagina (from Latin vāgīna, literally "sheath" or "scabbard") is a fibromuscular tubular tract which is a sex organ and has two main functions; sexual intercourse and childbirth. In humans, this passage leads from the opening of the vulva to the uterus (womb), but the vaginal tract ends at the cervix. Unlike men, who have only one genital...
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A portion of the female reproductive tract, running from the cervix of the uterus to the exterior of the body. Tube-like in shape, it receives the erect penis during sexual intercourse. The muscular walls of the vagina enable it to dilate massively to allow the passage of a baby during birth. Rel......
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The female organ of sexual intercourse where the sperm are deposited for reproduction. The vagina is a tube-like passage that connects the cervix with the external genitals. During a vaginal delivery, the baby will slowly descend into the vagina until it emerges to the outside of the body. Synonym(s): Birth Canal Broader term(s): Female Reproduc...
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vagina: see reproductive system.
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The vagina is the passage leading from the vulva, the external reproductive organs, to the uterus. The skin which lines it produces an acid environment during the fertile years which acts as a barrier to infection. During childbirth the vagina expands to allow the passage of the baby's head.
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Type: Term Pronunciation: vă-jī′nă, -nē Definitions: 1. The part of the genital canal in the female, extending between the cervix of the uterus and the vestibule; it is an organ of copulation that receives the penis during sexual intercourse. Synonyms: sheath1
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Lower part of the reproductive tract in female mammals, linking the uterus to the exterior. It admits the penis during sexual intercourse, and is the birth canal down which the baby passes during delivery
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The genital canal of the mare, extending from the cervix of the uterus outward to the vulva.
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