maidenhead (n.) 1
2H4 II.ii.74 [Poins to Bardolph] Is't such a matter to get a pottle-pot's maidenhead? [i.e. knock off a tankard of ale]
H8 II.iii.23 [Anne to Old Lady] By my troth and maidenhead, / I would not be a queen
RJ I.i.24 [Sampson to Gregory] the heads of the maids, or their maidenheads
RJ I.iii.2 [Nurse to Lady Capulet] by my maidenhead at twelve year old
TC IV.ii.23 [Pandarus to Cressida] how go maidenheads?
TNK II.iii.13 [Gaoler's Daughter alone] vowed her maidenhead / To a young handsome man
TNK IV.i.112 [Gaoler's Daughter to her uncle] For I must lose my maidenhead by cocklight
TS III.ii.224 [Petruchio to all, of Katherina] Carouse full measure to her maidenhead