noun, plural nym·phae [nim-fee] /ˈnɪm fi/.
Anatomy. one of the inner labia of the vulva.
- nylon letdown,
Origin of nympha
1595–1605; < Latin nympha (see nymph)
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It loves the roots of several species of nymphae, but its favourite is calamus root (calamus or acorus aromaticus).The Hunters' Feast|Mayne Reid
noun plural -phae (-fiː)
anatomy either one of the labia minoraAlso called: labium minus pudendi
Word Origin for nympha
C17: from Latin: bride, nymph
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n. pl. nym•phae (-fē)
Either of the labia minora.
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