labia

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See also: Labia and lábia

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From Medieval Latin labialis, from Latin labium (lip).

Noun[edit]

labia (countable and uncountable, plural labiæ)

  1. The folds of tissue at the opening of the vulva.

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Noun[edit]

labia f (genitive labiae); first declension

  1. lip

Inflection[edit]

First declension.

Number Singular Plural
nominative labia labiae
genitive labiae labiārum
dative labiae labiīs
accusative labiam labiās
ablative labiā labiīs
vocative labia labiae

Noun[edit]

labia

  1. nominative plural of labium
  2. accusative plural of labium
  3. vocative plural of labium