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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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.