|—n , pl -nas, -nae|
|1.||the moist canal in most female mammals, including humans, that extends from the cervix of the uterus to an external opening between the labia minora|
|2.||anatomy, biology any sheath or sheathlike structure, such as a leaf base that encloses a stem|
|[C17: from Latin: sheath]|
|plants with true roots, stems and leaves dispersed by spores because they don't produce seeds|
|group of mostly aquatic eukaryotic organisms which conduct photosynthesis and make their own food|
vagina va·gi·na (və-jī'nə)
n. pl. va·gi·nas or va·gi·nae (-nē)
The genital canal in the female, leading from the opening of the vulva to the cervix of the uterus.
A sheathlike anatomical structure.