genitals

[jen-i-tlz]

plural noun


Origin of genitals

plural noun use of genital
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British Dictionary definitions for genitals

genitals

genitalia (ˌdʒɛnɪˈteɪlɪə, -ˈteɪljə)

pl n

the sexual organs; the testicles and penis of a male or the labia, clitoris, and vagina of a femaleRelated adjective: venereal
Derived Formsgenitalic (ˌdʒɛnɪˈtælɪk), adjective
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Word Origin and History for genitals
n.

"reproductive organs," late 14c., from genital (adj.).

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Medicine definitions for genitals

genitals

[jĕnĭ-tlz]

pl.n.

Genitalia.
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Science definitions for genitals

genitals

[jĕnĭ-tlz]

The organs of reproduction in animals, especially the external sex organs.
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Culture definitions for genitals

genitals

The organs involved in reproduction. (See reproductive systems.)

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