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Labium (plural labia) is a Latin-derived term meaning "Lip" The labia majora are lip-like structures consisting mostly of skin and adipose tissue, which extend on either side of the vulva to form the cleft of. — “Labium (genitalia) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
The labia minora (singular: labium minus) or nymphae are two longitudinal cutaneous folds on the human vulva. Labia minora may vary widely in size from woman to woman. On the front, each labium minus (nympha) divides into two portions: the upper division passes above the clitoris to meet the labium. — “Labia minora - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
Each labium majus has two surfaces, an outer, pigmented and covered with strong, crisp hairs; and an inner, smooth and beset with large sebaceous follicles. The Labia Majora are thicker in front, where they form by their meeting the anterior commisure of the labia majora. — “Labia majora - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
44. "Domine, labia mea aperies – et os meam annunciabit laudem tuam" ("Lord, open my lips – and my mouth will announce your praise") Psalms li. 15, was the verse with which Matins began. — “Canterbury Tales” by Geoffrey Chaucer