Gräfenberg spot: a zone of erotically sensitive glandular tissue, palpable at finger depth through the anterior wall of the vagina during sexual arousal, that corresponds to the prostate gland in the male, and that may release fluid through the urethra at the climax of orgasm (named for Ernest Gräfenberg, 1881-1957). Synonym, G-spotSee also paraurethral glands.

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