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yoni

[ yoh-nee ]

noun

  1. a representation of the external female genitals, a symbol of Shakti or of female generative power. Compare lingam ( def 2 ).


yoni

/ ˈjəʊnɪ /

noun

  1. the female genitalia, regarded as a divine symbol of sexual pleasure and matrix of generation and the visible form of Sakti
  2. an image of these as an object of worship


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Other Words From

  • yo·nic [yoh, -nik], adjective
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Word History and Origins

Origin of yoni1

Borrowed into English from Sanskrit around 1790–1800
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Word History and Origins

Origin of yoni1

C18: from Sanskrit, literally: vulva, womb
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Example Sentences

As my fifteen-year-old Yoni noted, others suffered “14,000 times” worse than us.

If you have never had a Yoni Massage I will teach you the art of slow, deep-breathing.

The Kilted Massage Man is here to make those of you born with a Yoni a very special offer.

The May-pole properly pierces a disc and thus conforms with the lingam-yoni of India.

The square or labyrinth is the lozenge shaped symbol or yoni of India.

She who has dedicated her life to her God we call a nun, and this with Hebrews is a fish, and the Yoni.

The woman escaped, but the god became covered with marks that recalled his offence to mind, for they were pictures of the yoni.

Contains pagan symbols of the trinity or linga, with or without the unity or yoni.

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