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labium

1. a lip or liplike structure
2. any one of the four lip-shaped folds of the female vulva
3. the fused pair of appendages forming the lower lip of insects
4. the lower lip of the corolla of labiate flowers

labium

[′lā·bē·əm]
(biology)
A liplike structure.
The lower lip, as of a labiate corolla or of an insect.
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Two new gobiid fishes of the genus Gobiopsis and a redescription of Feia nympha Smith.
Lydia (Acts 16:15), Nympha (Col 4:15), and Prisca (Rom 16:3-4).
Because the memorial of Christ's supper could not take place in the temple or the synagogue, it had to be celebrated in private houses and we know the names of women who were heads of those "house churches": Appiah in Colossae was one, Nympha in Laodicea, Lydia in Thyatira and Phoebe in Cenchraea were others.
Colonna, 1980, 1:134 [i3v]: Et ecco una come insigne et festiva nympha d'indi cum la sua ardenre facola in mano, despartitosi da quelli, verso me dirigendo tendeva gli virginei passi, onde, manifestamente vedendo che lei era una vera er reale puella, non me mossi, ma lacto l'aspectai.
Dayton is a very segregated city," said Nympha Clark, pastoral administrator of St.
Nympha Quimosquimos, an accountant, regularly participates in charity walks, but said Walk for Education is closest to her heart.
Our purpose is to promote unity among our fellow mates and build strong communication ties for support and community outreach programmes," said Nympha S.
He disclosed that the non-operational club, called Nymphas Show Bar, still has an active website, but he wasn't sure exactly when the destination closed down.