paraurethral duct par·a·u·re·thral duct (pār’ə-yu-rē’thrəl)
Any of the inconstant ducts along the female urethra that convey the mucoid secretion of the paraurethral glands to the vestibule.
[par-uh-yoo-ree-thruh l] /ˌpær ə yʊˈri θrəl/ noun 1. any of a group of vestigial glands located in the posterior wall of the urethra in women. paraurethral gland n. Any of several small mucus glands that deliver secretions into the female urethra near its opening.
paravaginitis par·a·vag·i·ni·tis (pār’ə-vāj’ə-nī’tĭs) n. Inflammation of the connective tissue alongside the vagina.
[par-uh-veyl, par-uh-veyl] /ˌpær əˈveɪl, ˈpær əˌveɪl/ adjective, Old English Law. 1. being below or inferior to all others; specifically, being a tenant of one who holds land of another who is also a tenant: a tenant paravail.
[par-uh-veyn] /ˈpær əˌveɪn/ noun 1. an underwater defensive device against mines, consisting of a pair of torpedo-shaped towed at the bow of a ship, usually a minesweeper, by cables that can cut the cable of a moored mine, causing the mine to rise to the surface, where it can be destroyed or removed from the […]