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Virgin Vir"gin, a. 1. Being a virgin; chaste; of or pertaining to a virgin; becoming a virgin; maidenly; modest; indicating modesty; as, a virgin blush. ``Virgin shame.' --Cowley. Innocence and virgin modesty . . . That would be wooed, and unsought be won. --Milton. 2. Pure; undefiled; unmixed; fresh; new; as, virgin soil; virgin gold. ``Virgin Dutch.' --G. W. Cable. The white cold virgin snow upon my heart. --Shak. A few ounces of mutton, with a little virgin oil. --Landor. 3. Not yet pregnant; impregnant. --Milton.


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- gender or sexual criteria hence, more mature women can be virgins (the virgin queen ), men can be virgins, and potential initiates into
- virgin records is a british record label founded by english entrepreneur richard branson , simon draper, nik powell and tom newman in
- virgin media inc. is a company which provides fixed and mobile telephone , television and broadband internet services to businesses
- virgin group ltd. is a british multinational brand ed venture capital conglomerate company founded by business tycoon richard branson
- among her many other names and titles are saint mary, blessed virgin mary , mother of god , and virgin mary in western churches, theotokos
- virgin trains is a train operating company in the united kingdom owned by virgin group (51%) and stagecoach (49%) that has operated
- virgin atlantic, a trading name of virgin atlantic airways limited, is a british airline that is mostly owned by sir richard branson 's
- virgin megastores is an international entertainment retailing chain, originally founded by sir richard branson as a record shop on
- virgin books is a united kingdom book publisher 90% owned by the publishing group random house , and 10% owned by virgin enterprises , the
- the virgin islands are the western island group of the leeward islands , which are the northern part of the lesser antilles , and form
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Devirginate De*vir"gin*ate, a. [L. devirginatus, p. p. of devirginare.] Deprived of virginity. [R.], Devirginate De*vir"gin*ate, v. t. To deprive of virginity; to deflour. [R.] --Sandys., Devirgination De*vir`gi*na"tion, n. [L. devirginatio.] A deflouring. [R.] --Feltham., Indevirginate In`de*vir"gin*ate, a. [See In- not, Devirginate.] Not devirginate. [Obs.] --Chapman., Virginal Vir"gin*al, n. [Cf. F. virginale; -- probably so called from being used by young girls, or virgins.] (Mus.) An instrument somewhat resembling the spinet, but having a rectangular form, like the small piano. It had strings and keys, but only one wire to a note. The instrument was used in the sixteenth century, but is now wholly obsolete. It was sometimes called a pair of virginals., Virginal Vir"gin*al, v. i. To play with the fingers, as if on a virginal; to tap or pat. [Obs.] ``Still virginaling upon his palm!' --Shak., Virginal Vir"gin*al, a. [L. virginalis: cf. F. virginal.] Of or pertaining to a virgin; becoming a virgin; maidenly. ``Chastity and honor virginal.' --Spenser. Virginal generation (Biol.), parthenogenesis. Virginal membrane (Anat.), the hymen., Virginal Vir"gin*al, a. [L. virginalis: cf. F. virginal.] Of or pertaining to a virgin; becoming a virgin; maidenly. ``Chastity and honor virginal.' --Spenser. Virginal generation (Biol.), parthenogenesis. Virginal membrane (Anat.), the hymen., Virginal Vir"gin*al, a. [L. virginalis: cf. F. virginal.] Of or pertaining to a virgin; becoming a virgin; maidenly. ``Chastity and honor virginal.' --Spenser. Virginal generation (Biol.), parthenogenesis. Virginal membrane (Anat.), the hymen.


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- the old dominion , other uses , old dominion (disambiguation)old dominion the u.s. state date november 2013 name virginia , fullname
- title virginia tech massacre , image virginia tech massacre candlelight vigil burruss. jpg , caption people gather to mourn after the
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- date december 2010 name virginia syddall henley , image virginia henley. jpg , imagesize 150px , alt , caption , pseudonym virginia henley
- date november 2013 the u.s. state of west virginia name west virginia , fullname state of west virginia , flag flag of west virginia.
- image:virginia. gif , right virginia christina sofia af forselles (née carlskjöd) (1759 – october 7, 1847) was a swedish owner and manager
- the city of richmond , richmond county, which is between 43 , mi , km and 53 , mi , km away and unrelated to the city , richmond county,
- name lynchburg, virginia , official_name city of lynchburg , settlement_type independent city , image_skyline lynchburg, virginia downtown
- official_name lagrange, virginia , settlement_type unincorporated community , nickname , motto - , image_skyline , imagesize , image
- date october 2011 name virginia , image map of usa va. svg , caption , official name commonwealth of virginia , other name , type u.s.
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Virginal Vir"gin*al, n. [Cf. F. virginale; -- probably so called from being used by young girls, or virgins.] (Mus.) An instrument somewhat resembling the spinet, but having a rectangular form, like the small piano. It had strings and keys, but only one wire to a note. The instrument was used in the sixteenth century, but is now wholly obsolete. It was sometimes called a pair of virginals., Virginal Vir"gin*al, v. i. To play with the fingers, as if on a virginal; to tap or pat. [Obs.] ``Still virginaling upon his palm!' --Shak., Virginal Vir"gin*al, a. [L. virginalis: cf. F. virginal.] Of or pertaining to a virgin; becoming a virgin; maidenly. ``Chastity and honor virginal.' --Spenser. Virginal generation (Biol.), parthenogenesis. Virginal membrane (Anat.), the hymen.


Wiki for Virginal.

- the virginals or virginal (the plural does not necessarily denote more than one instrument is a keyboard instrument of the harpsichord
- the virginal is a smaller and simpler rectangular form of the harpsichord having only one string per note; the strings run parallel to the
- virgin , maiden file:william-adolphe bouguereau (1825-1905) - youth (1893).jpg , youth by french painter william-adolphe bouguereau . white
- virginal/ dietrichs erste ausfahrt/ dietrich und seine gesellen (dietrich's first quest/ dietrich and his companions) : image:visconti znak.
- the fitzwilliam virginal book is a primary source of keyboard music from the late elizabethan and early jacobean periods in england , i.e
- elizabeth rogers virginal book is a musical commonplace book compiled in the mid-seventeenth century by a person or persons so far
- clement matchett's virginal book is a musical manuscript from the late renaissance compiled by a young norfolk man in 1612.
- priscilla bunbury's virginal book is a musical commonplace book compiled in the late 1630s by two young women from an affluent cheshire
- the dublin virginal manuscript is an important anthology of keyboard music kept in the library of trinity college, dublin , where it has
- anne cromwell's virginal book is a manuscript keyboard compilation dated 1638. whilst the importance of the music it contains is not high



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Virginal Vir"gin*al, a. [L. virginalis: cf. F. virginal.] Of or pertaining to a virgin; becoming a virgin; maidenly. ``Chastity and honor virginal.' --Spenser. Virginal generation (Biol.), parthenogenesis. Virginal membrane (Anat.), the hymen.


Wiki for Virginal-generation.

- his generation though he owned one of the finest interior views by pieter de hooch and possibly vermeer 's lady standing at a virginal
- thereafter succeeding generations of the family are described as ever hee made' in the fitzwilliam virginal book and the tenth pavan, which
- together with the fitzwilliam virginal book , one of the most full generation before the italian keyboard masters published their toccata s.
- accepted by the younger generation who emulated her style and fashion. the lion of saint mark and the virginal city to the forefront, old
- madonna dared to portray the virginal wedding attire in a sexual context. the song's influence was most profound on the younger generation
- she was a seventh-generation descendant of charlemagne . imply a virginal marriage - this may also be seen in the case of edward the confessor
- márquez that tells the multi-generational story of the buendía family amaranta dies a lonely and virginal spinster , but comfortable in
- a mutated gene on three generations of a greek family, causing portrayed the intense fear during virginal sex, as well as gabriel garcía
- two pieces in the fitzwilliam virginal book, nos. 1560) prominent contrapuntist of generation after josquin; worked for charles v
- 'degrassi: the next generation'), he is the only regularly credited he-- is shocked to realise that emma, whom he had viewed as virginal,



Help for word Virginal-membrane.

Virginal Vir"gin*al, a. [L. virginalis: cf. F. virginal.] Of or pertaining to a virgin; becoming a virgin; maidenly. ``Chastity and honor virginal.' --Spenser. Virginal generation (Biol.), parthenogenesis. Virginal membrane (Anat.), the hymen.


Wiki for Virginal-membrane.

- the term comes from the greek words hymen meaning membrane, and raphe meaning suture . introitus of adolescent girls to mimic the virginal state?
- the 5th-century poet telestes doubted that virginal athena could steel rings and a single red pvc membrane, was impossible to view as a
- for a young woman to experience virginal mammary hypertrophy that the pectoralis major muscle is covered with a thin superficial membrane
- the hymen is a thin film of membrane situated just inside the vulva which can partially occlude the entrance to the vaginal canal .



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Virginal Vir"gin*al, n. [Cf. F. virginale; -- probably so called from being used by young girls, or virgins.] (Mus.) An instrument somewhat resembling the spinet, but having a rectangular form, like the small piano. It had strings and keys, but only one wire to a note. The instrument was used in the sixteenth century, but is now wholly obsolete. It was sometimes called a pair of virginals., Virginal Vir"gin*al, v. i. To play with the fingers, as if on a virginal; to tap or pat. [Obs.] ``Still virginaling upon his palm!' --Shak., Virginal Vir"gin*al, a. [L. virginalis: cf. F. virginal.] Of or pertaining to a virgin; becoming a virgin; maidenly. ``Chastity and honor virginal.' --Spenser. Virginal generation (Biol.), parthenogenesis. Virginal membrane (Anat.), the hymen.


Wiki for virginals.

- the virginals or virginal (the plural does not necessarily denote more than one instrument is a keyboard instrument of the harpsichord
- the virginal is a smaller and simpler rectangular form of the harpsichord having only one string per note; the strings run parallel to the
- virgin , maiden file:william-adolphe bouguereau (1825-1905) - youth (1893).jpg , youth by french painter william-adolphe bouguereau . white
- virginal/ dietrichs erste ausfahrt/ dietrich und seine gesellen (dietrich's first quest/ dietrich and his companions) : image:visconti znak.
- the fitzwilliam virginal book is a primary source of keyboard music from the late elizabethan and early jacobean periods in england , i.e
- elizabeth rogers virginal book is a musical commonplace book compiled in the mid-seventeenth century by a person or persons so far
- clement matchett's virginal book is a musical manuscript from the late renaissance compiled by a young norfolk man in 1612.
- priscilla bunbury's virginal book is a musical commonplace book compiled in the late 1630s by two young women from an affluent cheshire
- the dublin virginal manuscript is an important anthology of keyboard music kept in the library of trinity college, dublin , where it has
- anne cromwell's virginal book is a manuscript keyboard compilation dated 1638. whilst the importance of the music it contains is not high



Help for word Virginhood.

Virginhood Vir"gin*hood, n. Virginity; maidenhood.


Wiki for Virginhood.

- i can also name panenství (virginhood, 1937), mravnost nade vše (morality above all, 1937), přítelkyně pana ministra (a girlfriend of
- the practice of sworn virginhood was first reported by missionaries, travellers, geographers and anthropologists who visited the mountains
- with his grace and in order that kunti is not spoken of badly in the world, kunti could retain virginhood even after delivering a child.
- filmography: virginhood , cheonyeoseong , my brother and sister-in-laws , hyeongbuwa sae-eonni , the three-forked crossing of cheon-an