- Anatomy. one of the inner labia of the vulva.
- nymph(def 4).
Origin of nympha
1595–1605; < Latin nympha (see nymph)
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Nympha odorata (sweet water-lily), a few in West Branch, 1853.The Maine Woods
Henry David Thoreau
Nympha macrantha and Nodorata minor are also highly suitable.The Book of the Aquarium and Water Cabinet
Thetis was styled Nympha, merely because she was supposed to be water.
Kyamos in the Greek language appears to signify, not only a bean, but also the fruit or bean of the Nympha nelumbo.
Who does not love the beautiful water-lily, the Nympha odorata of our ponds and lakes?
- anatomy either one of the labia minoraAlso called: labium minus pudendi
C17: from Latin: bride, nymph
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- Either of the labia minora.
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