muliebria

mu·li·e·bri·a

(mū'lē-ē'brē-ă),
The female genital organs.
[L. neut pl. of muliebris, relating to mulier, a woman]

muliebria

/mu·li·e·bria/ (mu″le-eb´re-ah) the female genitalia.

mu·li·e·bri·a

(mū'lē-ē'brē-ă)
The female genital organs.
[L. neut pl. of muliebris, relating to mulier, a woman]
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Partiendo de una metodologia que va mucho mas alla de la mera descripcion estilistica de los objetos encontrados--principalmente fibulas y anillos-, se adopta aqui una nocion muy amplia de lo que significaban los ornamenta muliebria en los planos social, cultural e ideologico del momento.
11) "Recensete omnia muliebria iura quibus licentiam earum alligaverint maiores nostri, per quaeque subiecerint viris: quibus omnibus constrictas vix tamen continere potestis.
Haec et muliebria nuncupantur; nam mulier solum animal menstruale est.
E conhecido tambem com o nome de muliebria, pois a mulher e o unico ser vivente que tem menstruacao.
2 Vestimenta omnia aut virilia sunt autpuerilia aut muliebria aut communia aut familiarica.
Elites, cultures (with a small "c"), and "women's studies" (David Herlihy's Opera Muliebria would be illumunating here) have been borrowed from sociologists and anthropologists.
24] For the sake of scholarly taboo, perhaps some translators would be more comfortable using pudenda muliebria.
Si muliebria nimis fluunt [if a woman's menses flow too much]; take a fresh horses tord, lay it on hot gledes, make it reek strongly between the thighs, up under the raiment, that the woman may sweat much.
41 For this example, and for many others of slave-staffed textile workshops, see Herlihy, Opera muliebria, pp.
3, `sea lubido stupri, ganeae ceterique cultus non minor incesserat; viri muliebria pati, mulieres pudicitiam in propatulo habere.
Actae ob id de ancillis quastiones et vi tormentorum victis quibusdam ut falsa adnueret, plures perstitere sanctitatem dominam tueri; ex quibus unam instanti Tigellino castiora esse muliebria Octaviae respondit quam os eius41.