genital mutilation, for example, is not a just a medical problem but a legal problem.
genital mutilation is practiced in various forms across the African continent, from Nigeria to Somalia.
genital duct diaulic, without open seminal groove; male and female apertures contiguous.
genital armature: all the processes concerned in copulation.
genital organization, therefore, may stand for the unconscious but not for the fore-conscious.
genital duct always triaulic, and male and female apertures distant from each other.
genital tuft: in Lepidoptera; an expansible tuft of fine hair believed to be scent-producing.
genital, jen′i-tal, adj. belonging to generation or the act of producing.
late 14c., in membres genytal "the genitals," from Latin genitalis "pertaining to generation or birth" (also a by-name of the goddess Diana), from genitus, past participle of gignere "to beget" (see genus). As a noun meaning "sex organ" from mid-15c.
genital gen·i·tal (jěn'ĭ-tl)
Of or relating to biological reproduction.
Of or relating to the genitalia.
Of or relating to the stage of psychosexual development in psychoanalytic theory beginning in puberty and during which the genitals become the focus of sexual gratification.
genitals gen·i·tals (jěn'ĭ-tlz)