Translation of hymen in Spanish:


himen, n.

Pronunciation /ˈhʌɪmən//ˈhaɪmən/


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    himen masculine
    • In the female virgin the entrance to the vagina is often partially blocked by a membranous tissue called the hymen.
    • So in essence the damages have very little to do with a tear in the hymen or a tag of the anus.
    • She provides further evidence that on her return to Iran she was suffering from a urinary tract infection and that her hymen was broken.
    • Most women experience discomfort and bleeding the first time they have sexual intercourse due to the stretching or tearing of their hymen.
    • Traditional Muslim social norms associate female virginity, defined by an intact hymen, with honour.
    • Examination of her hymen showed a dilated orifice after initial spasm and inability to relax.
    • As with the appendix, most lab coats say the hymen no longer serves much of a biological function.
    • A thin sheet of tissue with 1 or more holes in it called the hymen partially covers the opening of the vagina.
    • So, essentially, the hymen is a small bit of skin that may hurt a bit if it is torn somehow, but will go away by itself even if it isn't broken.
    • Many of the girls feel that as long as their hymen is intact, they are considered virgins.
    • The hymen can be broken through activities such as wearing tampons or playing sports.
    • Girls frequently have a membrane called the hymen around the vaginal opening.
    • The hymen was not simply a sign or proof of chastity; rather, being physically ‘intact’ supposedly imparted strength, youth and holiness to the woman.
    • Recent or healed lacerations of the hymen and vaginal mucosa may indicate abuse.
    • The elders also inspect the girls' vaginas to determine if their hymens are still intact.
    • I really don't feel like sacrificing my hymen.
    • Women have a membrane called the hymen that partially covers the entrance to the vagina.
    • Genitalia were noted to be normal externally, but the hymen appeared to be somewhat distorted and scarred with a rather high free edge.
    • Foster said girls whose hymens had been pierced were considered outcasts.
    • Is it the breaking of the hymen, are bones displaced or is it something else?