A duct from which semen and urine exit the body is an example of a urethra.
Origin of urethraLate Latin ; from Classical Greek our?thra ; from ouron, urine
nounpl. u·re·thras or u·re·thrae
Origin of urethraLate Latin &umacron;r&emacron;thra, from Greek our&emacron;thra, from ourein, to urinate.
(plural urethras or urethrae or urethrÃ¦)
First coined 1634, from Ancient Greek Î¿á½ÏÎ®Î¸ÏÎ± (ourÄ“thra, “the passage for urine"), from Î¿á½ÏÎÏ‰ (oureÅ, “to make water").