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pubes

 [pu´bēz] (L.)
1. the hairs growing over the pubic region.
2. the pubic region.

pubic hair

[TA]
the hair of the pubic region just above the external genitals.
Synonym(s): pubes (1) [TA]

pubes

/pu·bes/ (pu´bez) [L.]
1. the hairs growing over the pubic region.
2. the pubic region.pu´bic

pubes

(pyo͞o′bēz)
n. pl. pubes
1. The lower part of the abdomen, especially the region surrounding the external genitals.
2. The hair that appears on this region at puberty.
3. Plural of pubis.

pubes

See pubis.

pu·bes

(pyū'bēz) [TA]
1. [TA] The area above the external genitals where hair growth signals puberty.
2. One of the pubic hairs; the hair of the pubic region. usage note Often incorrectly called pubis.
[L. pubes, the hair on the genitals; the genitals]

pubes

The pubic hair or the PUBIC region of the body.
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In two drawings, child sits in front of mother's pubes; in another two, child lies down and mother's pubes is exposed.
I don't want to ask Mom what pubes are because I think it has
Las glosas de pubetenus (o pube tenus) recogidas en el CGL no muestran correspondencias con nuestro texto.
Steadfast, impervious to the pleas of loved ones, and immune to appeals to human emotions such as pity that could divert him from his duty (si non periret immiserabilis / captiva pubes, 3.
To cap it all off there is a silent, grumpy old bloke sitting in a large chair resembling an egg, scowling at you whilst dressed in a massive coat with buffalos on it, and a deer stalker hat with ginger pubes protruding from the sides - his only utterances being a desperate need for Diet Coke.
I can't wait for the footage of probes checking his pubes for crabs to emerge on the web.
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The boy Nick's first sight of a naked woman involved, in rapid succession, the full form with its burgeoning abdomen, pubes (resembling a beard), and confusing absence of a penis; then, the piercing cut and explosion of blood, the laying bare of internal organs, and the tissue placed in his basin (68-69).
Sic ignava diu pubes operosa laborem praeteritum sarcit, limphisque refrigerat artus.
Itaque par pari reddens, Noua plectra resequar nouis: Clauumque clauo uelut, Retundam ego reperta Meis Italis Patria Indigenaque, Ronsarde, tua: o flos uirum, et Decus oliui, aut illius Virilis, quo oblinitur, Et artus terit Amyclaea pubes, Aut illius, quod hilares Fere Camoenae obolent.
English pub gives Spanish plural pubes (as used in the ABC newspaper, by analogy with clubes) and the derivative pafeto, and two variants are derived from English speed (espidico and espitoso), following a process analogous to Madrid [[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.
Public comes from the Latin publicus, which in turn is rooted in pubes, or adult.