Ubuntombi

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Intsha ngumdwebi waseFrance uWilliam-Adolphe Bouguereau . Okumhlophe ngokwesiko kuhlotshaniswa nobumsulwa besiko, ubumsulwa nobuntombi.

Ubuntombi yisimo somuntu ongakaze aye ocansini . [1]Kunamasiko namasiko ezenkolo abeka ukubaluleka okukhethekile nokubaluleka kulesi sifundazwe, ikakhulu kubantu besifazane abangashadile, okuhambisana nemibono yokuhlanzeka komuntu siqu, udumo nokubaluleka.

Thanda ubumsulwa, umqondo zobuntombi ngokuvamile abathintekayo nangokuthi bayazithiba ekulaleni nabesifazane.Umqondo wobuntombi ngokuvamile ubandakanya izindaba zokuziphatha noma ezenkolo futhi ungaba nemiphumela maqondana nesimo senhlalo kanye nobudlelwano phakathi kwabantu.Yize ubuntombi bunemithelela emphakathini futhi buye baba nemithelela ebalulekile kwezomthetho kweminye imiphakathi esikhathini esedlule, abunamphumela osemthethweni emiphakathini eminingi namuhla.

Etymology[hlela | Hlela umthombo]

Igama elithi virgin livela nge- Old French virgine kusuka efomini yezimpande ze-Latin virgo , Genitive virginis , okusho ukuthi ngokwezwi nezwi "intombi" noma " intombi " [2] —owesifazane osemusha ocashile ocansini noma "owesifazane ongenalwazi ngokocansi". NjengaseLatin, igama lesiNgisi liphinde lisetshenziswe kaningi ngokubhekisisa okubanzi, ngokuxegisa iminyaka, ubulili noma inqubo yezocansi. [3]Kulokhu, abesifazane abavuthiwe ngokwengeziwe bangaba yizintombi ( iNdlovukazi eyiNcasakazi ), amadoda angaba yizintombi nto, futhi abangaba ngamathwasa emikhakheni eminingi bangabizwa ngokuthi izintombi ; isibonelo, "intombi" esibhakabhakeni. Ekusetshenzisweni kokugcina, intombi isho ukungavunyelwa.

Igama lesiLatini kungenzeka ukuthi lavela ngokufaniswa nesudi yama- lexemes asuselwa ku- vireo , okusho ukuthi "ukuba luhlaza, okusha noma ukuqhakaza", ikakhulukazi ngesethenjwa se-botanic -ikakhulukazi i- virga okusho "isiqephu sezinkuni". [4]

  1. "Virginity". Virginity. http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/virginity. Retrieved December 21, 2013. 
  2. Charlton T. Lewis and Charles Short, 'virgo', in A Latin Dictionary.
  3. 'virgin' in American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language.
  4. 'Virgin', Online Etymology Dictionary.