Genitalia vs Parts - What's the difference?

genitalia | parts |


As nouns the difference between genitalia and parts

is that genitalia is (genitals or sex organs) while parts is .

As a verb parts is

(part).

Other Comparisons: What's the difference?

genitalia

English

Noun

  • genital or sex organs
  • a collection of genitals
  • Usage notes

    Not used in the singular, which theoretically would be genitale .

    Synonyms

    * genitals (sense 1) * See also

    See also

    * sex organ * female genital mutilation ----

    parts

    English

    Noun

    (head)
  • (plural only) intellectual ability or learning
  • He was a man of great parts but little virtue.
  • vicinity, region
  • * 1854 , Lord Cockburn, Memoir of Thomas Thomson , Scotland Bannatyne Club, page 241:
  • We intend being at Leamington before long, unless some change in the weather should make our stay in these parts more tolerable.
  • (plural only, euphemistic) The male genitals.
  • Verb

    (head)
  • (part)
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