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Definition of the noun accouchement
What does accouchement mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: accouchements
- the parturition process in human beings; having a baby; the process of giving birth to a child
- lexical domain: Natural Processes - nouns denoting natural processes
- synonyms of accouchement: childbearing / childbirth / vaginal birth
- more generic terms: birth / birthing / giving birth / parturition = the process of giving birth
- more specific terms:
- active birth = childbirth during which the mother is encouraged to be an active participant
- alternative birthing / alternative birth = a method of childbirth that avoids intrusive high-tech medicine in favor of more natural and homely settings
- natural childbirth = labor and childbirth without medical intervention
- part: obstetrical delivery / delivery = the act of delivering a child
Alternative definition of the noun accouchement
- Delivery in childbed
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Accouchement
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Encyclopaedia Medica (1902)
by Chalmers Watson
But, if the uterus does not contract down upon the foetus, there is a large space left inside it for blood to collect in, consequently plugging is impossible ; and, if haemorrhage continues, there is nothing left but accouchement ford — the most ...
Black’s Medical Dictionary (2017)
by Harvey Marcovitch
Accouchement. Archaic term for delivery of ...
Concise Medical Dictionary (2015)
by Elizabeth Martin
accouchement. n. delivery of a baby.
A Resource for Readers and Writers by Gabriel Adeleye, Kofi Acquah-Dadzie
accouchement n., pl. accouchements [Fr. delivery, labor.] Confinement. Childbirth. Labor. Parturition. A woman's giving birth to a child. Law. It is a very important evidence for proving parentage, if given by an eyewitness such as a ...
by Alexander Chalmers
Aphorismes touchant l'Accouchement, la Grossesse, et les Maladies des Femmes," ibid. 1694, a summary of the preceding. 3. " Observations sur la Grossesse et l'Accouchement des Femmes, et sur leurs Maladies, et celles des Enfans ...
by New and general biographical dictionary
Aphorismes touchant l'Accouchement, la Grossesse, et les Maladies des Femmes," ibid. 1694, a summary of the preceding. 3. " Observations sur la Grossesse et l'Accouchement des Femmes, et surleurs Maladies, et celles des Enfans ...
Black's Medical Dictionary (2005)
by Bloomsbury Publishing
Accouchement. Archaic term for delivery of a baby (see PREGNANCY AND LABOUR). Accretion. Addition to an object of the substance of which it is comprised. An example is the growth of crystals in a fluid, or overgrowth of bone after injury.
by Walter A. Shumaker, George Foster Longsdorf
ACCOUCHEMENT. /The. act. of. giving. birth to a child./ / ' ACCOUNT. A detailed statement of mutual demands in the nature of debt and credit between the parties , arising out of contract or some fiduciary relation. 45 M0. 573. A written ...
A Dictionary of Nursing (2008)
by Elizabeth Martin, Tanya McFerran
hydrostatic accouchement [hy -drohstat-ik] 11. see ACCOUCHEMENT. hydrotherapy [hy-droh-th'era-pi] 11. the use of water in the treatment of disorders, now restricted in orthodox medicine to ...
Dictionary of Sociology (1944)
by Henry Pratt Fairchild
accouchement action, serial between plurels of e:very other variety, and characterized by a low degree of social distance. If the emphasis on the commonhuman aspect is retained, synonyms and; or related terms are agreement, conformity, ...
by Laurence Urdang
accouchement n. delivery of a baby. See also hydrostatic accouchement. acebutolol n. a *beta blocker drug commonly ...
Containing ... Lexicon by Robley Dunglison
Accouchement a terme, when it happens at Power'less labour, the Inertie par épuisement of the end of nine months. Labours have likewise | Madame Lachapelle, is that in which the muscular been variously divided by different authors.
The General Biographical Dictionary Containing an Historical and Critical Account of the Lives and Writings of the Most Eminent Persons; ... a New Ed. by Alex. Chalmers (1815)
by Alexander Chalmers
“Aphorismes touchant l'Accouchement, la Grossesse, et les Maladies des Femmes,” ibid. 1694, a summary of the preceding. 3. “Observations sur la Grossesse et l'Accouchement des Femmes, et sur leurs Maladies, et celles des Enfans ...
by Charles Erehart Chadman
Accouchement. The act of being delivered of a child. Accoucheur. A male assistant in childbirth. Accoucheuse. A midwife; a female assistant in childbirth. Account. A computation; a bill. Money had and received by defendant for plaintifl's use.
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The value of this 12-letter word is 23 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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