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How Do You Spell VAGINA?

Correct spelling for the English word "vagina" is [vəd͡ʒˈa͡ɪnə], [vəd‍ʒˈa‍ɪnə], [v_ə_dʒ_ˈaɪ_n_ə]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Common Misspellings for VAGINA

Below is the list of 102 misspellings for the word "vagina".

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Similar spelling words for VAGINA

Plural form of VAGINA is VAGINAE OR VAGINAS

Definition of VAGINA

  1. v[=a]-j[=i]'na, n. (anat.) the canal or passage which leads from the external orifice to the uterus, a sheath, case: the upper part of the pedestal of a terminus: (bot.) a leaf-stalk when it becomes thin and rolls round the stem to which it then forms a stalk, as in grasses.--adjs. VAG'INAL; VAG'INANT (bot.), investing as a sheath; VAG'IN[=A]TE, -D (bot.), invested by the tubular base of a leaf or leaf-stalk, as a stem: denoting a certain order of sheathed polypes; VAGINIC'OLINE, VAGINIC'OLOUS, living in a vagina; VAGINIF'EROUS, bearing a vagina; VAGINIPENN'ATE, VAGINOPENN'OUS, sheath-winged.--ns. VAGINIS'MUS, spasmodic contraction of the vagina; VAGIN[=I]'TIS, inflammation of the vagina; VAGINOT'OMY, cutting of the vagina; VAGIN'[=U]LA, VAG'INULE, a diminutive vagina.--adj. VAGIN'ULATE, having a vaginula, sheathed. [L., 'a sheath.']

Anagrams of VAGINA

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