Definition of pubes in English:

pubes

Syllabification: pu·bes

noun

1 /ˈpyo͞obēz, pyo͞obz/ (plural same) The lower part of the abdomen at the front of the pelvis, covered with hair from puberty.
More example sentences
  • It possessed relatively broad pubes (hip-bones), a primitive feature that distinguishes it from all other Theropods.
2 /ˈpyo͞obēz/ plural form of pubis.

Origin

late 16th century: from Latin, 'pubic hair, groin, genitals'.

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