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Definition of Nymphae

Nymphae
Nympha Nym"pha, n.; pl. Nymph[ae]. [L. See Nymph a goddess.] 1. (Zo["o]l.) Same as Nymph, 3. 2. pl. (Anat.) Two folds of mucous membrane, within the labia, at the opening of the vulva.

Meaning of Nymphae from wikipedia

- "smaller lip"), also known as the inner labia, inner lips, ****l lips or nymphae, are two flaps of skin on either side of the human ****l opening in the...
- the interlabial sulci or interlabial folds. The labia minora (obsolete: nymphae), also called inner labia or inner lips, are two soft folds of fat-free...
- Underworld gods, Daimones, river gods, or Nyx. The Lampads' Roman name is nymphae Avernales ("infernal nymphs"). Nyx/Nox ****phone/Proserpina Melinoe Macaria...
- radically from Ovid’s account. According to Daphnis, Echo was raised among the Nymphæ because her mother was a nymph. Her father, however, was merely a man and...
- her mortal son Krenaios: I was held a greater goddess and the queen of Nymphae. Where alas! is that late crowd of courtiers round thy mother's halls,...
- romanized: Nymphai Hyperboreioi, lit. 'Nymphs of Hyperborea'; Latin: Nymphae Hyperboreii) were nymphs in Gr**** mythology who presided over aspects of...
- accidental similarity of their names, could be identified with the Gr**** Nymphae. The cl****ical mythologies of the Roman poets were unlikely to have affected...
- been confused by hermaphroditism and the imprecision created by the word nymphae substituted for the word ****oris. Nymphotomia was a medical operation...
- of Le Knight Club. Le Knight Club – "Rhumba" – (4:24) Le Knight Club – "Nymphae Song" – (4:18) Crydajam – "Playground" – (3:02) Archigram – "In Flight"...
- were burnt. Martha meanwhile was killed at a place called in Nimpha or Nymphae Catab****i (later called Santa Ninfa), thirteen miles from Rome. Tradition...
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