Origin and Etymology of pudendum. New Latin, singular of Latin pudenda, from
neuter plural of pudendus, gerundive of pudēre to be ashamed. First Known ...
Pudenda definition, the external genital organs, especially those of the female;
vulva. See more.
C17: from Late Latin, from Latin pudenda the shameful (parts), from pudēre to be
... (pudenda), from Latin pudendum (plural pudenda), literally "thing to be ...
often pudenda The external genitals of a human, especially of a woman. [Latin,
neuter gerundive of pudēre, to make or be ashamed.] pu·den′dal (-dĕn′dəl) ...
Dec 5, 2011 ... Whoopi Goldberg explicitly dished repeatedly on female "pudenda" in a graphic
discussion on porn with the panelists of The View as audience ...
pudenda. nominative feminine singular of pudendus · nominative neuter plural of
pudendus · accusative neuter plural of pudendus · vocative feminine singular ...
From Latin pudenda (“that where of one ought to feel shame”), substantive use
of the neuter plural gerundive of pudet (“it shames”); in Latin the usage in the ...
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pudenda. The Latin word for "shame," some Victorian clown thought it would be a
... Pudenda. Synonym to vulva. The external parts of the female reproductive ...
The pudenda might be comic, absurd or even embarrassing, but never shameful:
without our parents' pudendal nerves, after all, few of us would be here.