A fabulous deity according to some the son of Apollo and Urania according to others of Bacchus and Venus He was the god of marriage and presided over nuptial solemnities
- A fold of muscous membrane layer often found at the orifice associated with vagina in virgins the vaginal membrane layer most commonly it is torn by intercourse
- (Greek mythology) the god of relationship
- a fold of tissue that partly covers the entrance to the vagina of a virgin
- A fold of muscous membrane frequently found at the orifice for the vagina; the genital membrane layer.
- a wonderful deity; based on some, the son of Apollo and Urania, relating to others, of Bacchus and Venus. He was the god of marriage, and presided over nuptial solemnities.
- Marriage; union like by relationship.
Jesus of relationship.
Name Origin: Greek
Name Gender: Male
A thin membrane layer that will completely or partially protect the genital orifice before first sexual intercourse but that always disappears before puberty.
This term describes the piece of membrane layer that addresses the entrance towards vagina that's present virgins. See maidenhead.
1610s, from French hymen (16c.), from health Latin, in the end from Greek hymen "membrane (especially 'virginal membrane layer,' the membrane par quality); thin skin," from PIE *syu-men-, from root *syu- "to bind, sew" (see sew). Originally any membrane; present certain meaning begins with Vesalius in 1555 edition of De humani corporis fabrica. Evidently not directly connected to Hymen, the god of relationship, but sharing exactly the same root and supposed to be associated in people etymology.
- 1580s, Greek god of relationship, represented as a youth holding a torch and a veil, perhaps etymologically "the joiner," virtually "the one who sews" (two together); see hymen.
The fold of membrane that addresses the vagina
hymen [archaic] [wedding song]
- Hymenaeus [Greek god of marriage]
- Hymen [Greek god of marriage ceremonies]
a membranous fold of tissue that partly or entirely addresses the orifice of the vagina of a lady or of a woman. It is positioned outside the vagina. The hymen can have many forms :
(n.) A fold of muscous membrane layer often bought at the orifice of the vagina; the vaginal membrane layer.
- (letter.) A fabulous deity; relating to some, the child of Apollo and Urania, in accordance with others, of Bacchus and Venus. He had been the god of relationship, and presided over nuptial solemnities.
- (n.) relationship; union as though by marriage.
Occasionally the hymen is imperforate and then gives rise to trouble in menstruation.