Gen"i*tal (?), a. [L. genitalis,
fr. genere, gignere, to beget: cf. F.
génital. See Gender.] Pertaining to
generation, or to the generative organs.
Genital cord (Anat.), a cord
developed in the fetus by the union of portions of the Wolffian and
Müllerian ducts and giving rise to parts of the urogenital
passages in both sexes.