A membrane that partially closes the opening of the vagina and whose presence is traditionally taken to be a mark of virginity
(Greek mythology) the god of marriage
a fold of tissue that partly covers the entrance to the vagina of a virgin
The hymen or the vaginal corona, is a fold of mucous membrane that surrounds or partially covers the external vaginal opening. It forms part of the vulva, or external genitalia.Emans, S. Jean. ...
In Greek mythology, Hymenaios (also Hymenaeus, Hymenaues, or Hymen; Ancient Greek: Ὑμέναιος) was a god of marriage ceremonies, inspiring feasts and song. ...
A mucous membrane which completely or partially occludes the vaginal opening in human females
A membrane that partially covers the virgin vagina.
Greek = membrane; across the virginal vagina.
a thin membrane that initially covers part of the vaginal opening; it is stretched during marital relations and generally disappears after a few episodes of relations
A fold of skin partially covering the opening to the vagina.
A fold of membrane sealing the vaginal opening. The occlusion need not be complete even in a virgin. Defloration was once, but is no longer, considered equivalent to a loss of virginity.
membrane comprised of connective tissue, that surrounds the vaginal opening.
a thin membrane stretching across the opening of the vagina, just inside the inner lips (labia minora). The hymen has a small hole in the center that allows menstrual blood and other discharges to flow out. The hymen is easily stretched or torn, often by the use of tampons or sexual activity. ...
Hell's Bells - S6 - God of Matrimony according to D'Hoffryn