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virgin

noun /ˈvəːdʒin/
a person, especially a woman, who has had no sexual intercourse
virgen
She was still a virgin when she married.
virginal adjective of a virgin
virginal
Her face had a virginal look.
virginity noun the state of being a virgin.
virginidad
Translations of “virgin”
in Korean 처녀…
in Arabic عَذراء…
in French vierge…
in Italian vergine…
in Chinese (Traditional) 處女, 童男, 從未有過…經歷的人…
in Russian девственница…
in Turkish bâkire…
in Polish dziewica…
in Portuguese virgem…
in German die Jungfrau…
in Catalan verge…
in Japanese 処女(の女性), 童貞(の男性)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 处女, 童男, 从未有过…经历的人…
(Definition of virgin from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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