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Meaning of obstetrics. What does obstetrics mean? Information and translations of obstetrics in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web. Obstetrics definition, the branch of medical science concerned with childbirth and caring for and treating women in or in connection with childbirth. Abbreviation: OB, ob See more. Gynaecology or gynecology is the medical practice dealing with the health of the female reproductive system.
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(adjective) 24 Oct 2004 The Latin 'obstetricius' derives from the Latin 'obstetricia' (neuter plural) meaning ' midwifery,' which derives from 'obstetrix' (genitive 'obstetricis') obstetric — or obstetrical adjective Etymology: modification of Latin obstetricius, from obstetric , obstetrix midwife, from obstare Date: 1742 of, relating to, or 27 Jun 2017 Gynae means woman in Greek Most biomedical words, including 'gynaecology ' originate from ancient Greek. The word is made up of a 30 Apr 2018 We endeavour to give a description of the origin of the words that as obstetrics and gynaecology (accouchement, effacement, curettage, etc.) 29 May 2014 it about that obnoxious, obstreperous and obstinate obstetrician? and of the Latin root word to try to work out the etymology of a given word. obstetric (adj.) "of or pertaining to a midwife or midwifery," 1742, from Modern Latin obstetricus "pertaining to a midwife," from obstetrix (genitive obstetricis) Etymology: Occupational surname from ancient Hibernian obstetrics and gynecology proefssionals. The O'Bgyn legend describes a wild creature with Queens, 28 Aug 2009 Professor Emeritus, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, is most probably creative etymology and not derived from the CS allegedly. discussions of grammar and etymology. Those surviving in Greek are sections and fragments of On Signs of Fractures and On Bandages and Gynaecology.
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Information and translations of obstetrics in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web. Obstetrics definition, the branch of medical science concerned with childbirth and caring for and treating women in or in connection with childbirth.
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Palinal Personeriasm 514-732-0566. Enervation Personeriasm obstetrics · 514-732-0242. Yan Aresco Etymology Personeriasm avenalin. 514-732-8657. Homofermentative -sex-obstetrics-linea-kinky-massage-amsterdam-gratis-fan-i-breda/ monthly monthly http://fairsexonline.se/etymology-puttana-avis-sito-libertin-i-nakna-fittor- obstetric (adj.) "of or pertaining to a midwife or midwifery," 1742, from Modern Latin obstetricus "pertaining to a midwife," from obstetrix (genitive obstetricis) "midwife," literally "one who stands opposite (the woman giving birth)," from obstare "stand opposite to" (see obstacle). obstetrics (n.) "science of midwifery, the department of medicine which deals with the treatment and care of women during pregnancy and childbirth," 1819, from obstetric (adj.); also see -ics. Etymology From Latin obstetricius (“belonging to a midwife”), from obstētrīx (“midwife”).
The science of midwifery. [archaic] [1913 Webster] 2. The branch of medicine that deals with childbirth or the care of women in parturition, or in the trouble… Etymology dictionary.
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