- n. Plural form of vulva.
“Those SSPX-types might complain long and loud about badly painted plastic icons sold in Catholic gift shops, but at least those are an improvement over the ambulatory vulvae you could get at Catholic shrines during the Middle Ages.”
“Chicago developed symbols for each "guest" based on flowers, butterflies, vulvae, and historical motifs.”
“Ctesias in Persicis finxit vulvae morbum esse nec curari posse nisi cum viro concumberet, hac arte voti compos, &c.”
“I know perfectly well what to do with multiple vulvae, though I will note that once you have two it gets harder, slowly.”
“The absence of phalluses and vulvae was remarkable, Mellaart thought, because they were often portrayed in the art of Upper Paleolithic and Neolithic cultures outside Anatolia.”
“A Deo patris tui, et adjuvabit to: et ab Omnipotente, et benedicet tibi benedictionibus coeli sursum, benedictionibus abyssi cubantis deorsum, benedictionibus uberum et vulvae.”
“Finally a long chapter entitled "_De sophisticatione vulvae_" introduces us to a phase of decoration and sophistication which I would fain believe little known or studied in the development of modern civilization, in which we are prone at least to follow the advice of Hamlet, to”
“There were two vaginae and two well-developed vulvae, both having equally developed sensations.”
“Pruritus vulvae, in its severest forms, is often developed when the discharge is scarcely noticeable.”
“V. teftae fulds transverfis obtufis, vulvae hbiis aoi vato diltinSis,”
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