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menacme

[ muh-nak-mee, mee-nak- ]
/ məˈnæk mi, miˈnæk- /
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noun Physiology.

the part of a female's life during which menstruation occurs.

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Origin of menacme

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Medical definitions for menacme

menacme
[ mĕ-năkmē ]

n.

The period of a woman's life in which menstrual activity occurs.
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