birth

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İngilizce - Türkçe
doğum

Doğum günü hediyesi olarak sana kalem aldım. - I got you a pen as a birthday present.

Dün onyedinci doğumgünümdü. - Yesterday was my seventeenth birthday.

dünyaya getirme
sop
neşet
doğurma

Mary en fazla iki çocuk doğurmayı istemektedir. - Mary intends not to give birth to more than two children.

Bu gerçek bir hikaye. Bir kadın, doğurmak için ünlü bir kadın-doğum kliniğine yatırıldı. - This is a true story. A woman was admitted to a reputed obstetrics clinic to give birth.

soy
kodak kökeni
doğuş

Henry James doğuştan bir Amerikalıdır. - Henry James was an American by birth.

O, doğuştan bir şairdir. - He is a poet by birth.

başlangıç
{i} nesil
(Tıp) Mahsul
{i} kaynak

Sami'nin doğumu evlilik dışı bir ilişkiden kaynaklandı. - Sami's birth resulted from an extramarital affair.

{i} yavrulama
birthri
birthplacedoğum yeri
birthdaydoğum günü
nesep
(Tıp) Yeni doğan çocuk
birth rate nüfusa göre doğum oranı
birthmarkdoğuştan var olan yüz veya vücuttaki leke
{i} köken
{i} doğma
birth control doğum kontrolü
doğun
doğ

Dün onyedinci doğumgünümdü. - Yesterday was my seventeenth birthday.

Bugün Haziran'ın 18'i ve bugün Muiriel'in doğum günü! - Today is June 18th and it is Muiriel's birthday!

give birth
{f} doğurmak

Bu gerçek bir hikaye. Bir kadın, doğurmak için ünlü bir kadın-doğum kliniğine yatırıldı. - This is a true story. A woman was admitted to a reputed obstetrics clinic to give birth.

Birçok ebe geleceğe doğurmak için gereklidir. - Many midwives are needed in order to give birth to the future.

birth place
doğum yeri
birth of jesus christ
doğuş
birth rate
doğum hızı
birth rate
fertilite
birth trauma
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) doğum travması
birth weight
(Tıp) doğum tartısı
birth and death process
doğma ölme süreci
birth canal
doğum kanalı
birth certificate
doğum belgesi
birth control
doğum kontrolü

1967 yılında Kanada'da doğum kontrolü hala yasadışıydı; prezervatif sadece hastalıktan korunmak için satılırdı. - Birth control was still illegal in Canada in 1967; condoms were sold only for the prevention of disease.

Doğum kontrolü için bir prezervatif kullandın, değil mi? - You used a condom for birth control, right?

birth of christ
isa'nın doğumu
birth of place
doğum yeri
birth process
salt doğma süreci
birth rate
doğma oranı
birth rate
doğum oranı
birth and death process
doğma-ölme süreci
birth certificate
nüfus kağıdı
birth day
doğum günü
birth mother
doğum anne
birth name
doğum ismi
birth of christ
isa'nin doğumu
birth order
doğum sırası
birth pangs
(Tıp, İlaç) Doğum sancısı
birth registration office
Nüfus müdürlüğü
birth stone
doğum taş
birth week
Doğum haftası, bir kişinin doğduğu hafta
birth anniversary
doğum yıl dönümü
birth anniversary
doğum yıldönümü
birth certificate
nüfus kaydı
birth certificate copy
doğum sicil örneği
birth control methods
doğum kontrol yöntemleri
birth control pill
doğum kontrol hapı
birth customs
doğum adetleri
birth defect
doğum kusuru
birth defect
doğuştan olan özür
birth of islam
islamiyetin doğuşu
Birth certificate
doğum raporu
breech birth
(Geometri) Doğumda makat geliş pozisyonu
give birth to
(deyim) yol açmak
birth certificate
nüfus cüzdanı
birth certificate
nüfus kayıt örneği
birth certificate
(Kanun) nüfus tezkeresi
breech birth
(Tıp) ters doğum
certificate of birth
(Kanun) hüviyet cüzdanı
crude birth rate
kaba doğum hızı
give birth
doğum yapmak

Eğer gerçekten aile değerlerine önem veren bir milletsek, çoğu kadının doğum yapmak için ücretli izin bile alamadığı gerçeğine katlanmazdık. - If we’re truly a nation of family values, we wouldn’t put up with the fact that many women can’t even get a paid day off to give birth.

give birth to
doğum yapmak
give birth to
doğurmak

Birçok ebe geleceğe doğurmak için gereklidir. - Many midwives are needed in order to give birth to the future.

give birth to a child
çocuk doğurmak
high birth
asillik
by birth
doğuştan

O doğuştan İtalyandır. - He is Italian by birth.

Henry James doğuştan bir Amerikalıdır. - Henry James was an American by birth.

certificate of birth
nüfus hüviyet cüzdanı
dead birth
ölü doğum
gave birth to
doğur
gave birth to a litter
yavrula
give birth
doğur

Sen evde mi yoksa doğumevinde mi doğurdun? - Did you give birth at home or at a maternity hospital?

Daha yaşlı kadınlar daha sonra doğurur. - Older women give birth later.

give birth to
doğur

Mary en fazla iki çocuk doğurmayı istemektedir. - Mary intends not to give birth to more than two children.

Birçok ebe geleceğe doğurmak için gereklidir. - Many midwives are needed in order to give birth to the future.

give birth to a litter
yavrula
given birth to
doğur
given birth to a litter
yavrula
live birth
canlı doğum
multiple birth
çoğul doğum
premature birth
erken doğum
virgin birth
bakireden doğma
at birth
Doğumda

At birth, a person's immune systemhas not yet encountered the outside world or started to develop its memory files.

birth certificate
doğum sicili
births
doğumlular
breech birth
(Veya 'breech delivery') Ters doğum, doğumda önce ayakların gelmesi
cross birth
çapraz doğum
dead birth
Ölü doğum, ölü bebek doğurma
existing from birth
Doğumdan varolan
existing from birth, innate, inborn
doğum, doğuştan, doğuştan varolan
give birth to
Kaynağı olmak
give birth to a baby
Bir bebek doğuracak
give birth to a litter of animals
Hayvanların bir çöp doğuracak
giving birth to twins
ikiz doğurma
home birth
evde doğum
infancy ranges in age from birth to age 2
yaş 2 doğumdan yaş bebeklik aralıkları
noble birth; nobility; dignity
asil, asalet, onur
second birth
ikinci doğum
to give birth
doğurmayı
woman of aristocratic birth
aristokrat doğum kadın
woman who has given birth 10 times
doğum 10 kez vermiş kadın
woman who has given birth only once
sadece bir kez doğum vermiş kadın
woman who has recently given birth
yeni doğum vermiş kadın
date of birth
doğum tarihi

Doğum tarihimi yazmayı unuturum. - I forget to write my date of birth.

Senin doğum tarihin nedir? - What's your date of birth?

date of birth; dispersal operating base
(Askeri) doğum tarihi; dağılma harekat üssü
from birth to death
beşikten mezara kadar
give birth
(fiil) doğurmak
give birth to
dünyaya getirmek
give birth to
(çocuk/yavru) doğurmak
give birth to
doğurmak, meydana getirmek
give birth to a baby
bebek dünyaya getirmek
give#birth
(Biyoloji) doğur
giving birth
doğuran
holy birth week
kutlu doğum haftası
notice of birth
doğum bildirimi
of gentle birth
soylu
of gentle birth
asil
of humble birth
mütevazi bir aileden
of low birth
aşağı tabakadan
of noble birth
asil
place of birth
doğum yeri
refined birth rate
(Ticaret) düzeltilmiş doğum oranı
registers of birth
doğum kayıtları
registers of birth
doğum kütüğü
time of birth
(Bilgisayar) doğum saati
year of birth
doğduğu yıl
İngilizce - İngilizce
The process of childbearing
A beginning or start; a point of origin
An instance of childbirth
The circumstances of one's background, ancestry, or upbringing

He was of noble birth, but fortune had not favored him.

To produce, give rise to

Biological evolution created a human mind that enabled cultural evolution, which now outpaces and outclasses the force that birthed it.

A familial relationship established by childbirth

Her birth father left when she was a baby; she was raised by her mother and stepfather.

To bear or give birth to (a child)
{n} the act of coming into life, regeneration, lineage, origin, convenient room, place to lodge in
The country in which a person is born
Origin; beginning; as, the birth of an empire
That which is born; that which is produced, whether animal or vegetable
{i} act of being born; act of giving birth; descent, lineage
the event of being born; "they celebrated the birth of their first child"
the time when something begins (especially life); "they divorced after the birth of the child"; "his election signaled the birth of a new age
give birth (to a newborn); "My wife had twins yesterday!"
the act of being born; life starts at conception
{f} give birth, bear
The country, town, or village of your birth is the place where you were born
To give birth to something such as an idea means to cause it to start to exist. In 1980, strikes at the Lenin shipyards gave birth to the Solidarity trade union
(creating things)
The act or fact of coming into life, or of being born; generally applied to human beings; as, the birth of a son
the process of giving birth
Abbreviation for "going to be born in the Pure Land" which is understood by Shinran in a twofold sense: 1) instantaneous awakening, here and now, occurs with shinjin or true entrusting; and 2) attaining of buddhahood at the moment of death when one sheds all karmic limitations and becomes one with Immeasurable Life and Light to begin the salvific work in samsara to liberate all beings
Some people talk about a person's birth when they are referring to the social position of the person's family. men of low birth His birth, background and career show that you can make it in this country on merit alone. see also date of birth, home birth
the kinship relation of an offspring to the parents
one of the two points in child development where change is relatively sudden, in this case where the child reaches the outside world after being in the womb for nine months
The act of bringing forth; as, she had two children at a birth
If, for example, you are French by birth, you are French because your parents are French, or because you were born in France. Sadrudin was an Iranian by birth
The condition to which a person is born; natural state or position; inherited disposition or tendency
When a woman gives birth, she produces a baby from her body. She's just given birth to a baby girl
the time when something begins (especially life); "they divorced after the birth of the child"; "his election signaled the birth of a new age"
When a baby is born, you refer to this event as his or her birth. It was the birth of his grandchildren which gave him greatest pleasure She weighed 5lb 7oz at birth. premature births
To bear children or to give birth
You can refer to the beginning or origin of something as its birth. the birth of popular democracy
Lineage; extraction; descent; sometimes, high birth; noble extraction
The circumstances of ones background, ancestry, or upbringing: of noble birth
n   The first and direst of all disasters   As to the nature of
being born, as in: The birth of our first child was a happy occasion
the event of being born; "they celebrated the birth of their first child" the time when something begins (especially life); "they divorced after the birth of the child"; "his election signaled the birth of a new age
nascence
birth canal
The combined vagina and cervix, when the cervix dilates during birth to form a continuous tube with the vagina
birth certificate
official document certifying the details of a person's birth. Name, date, and parents' names are always included; details such as parents' occupation and religion may be included
birth certificates
plural form of birth certificate
birth chair
Alternative form of birthing chair
birth control
Any technique used to prevent the birth of a child (such as abortion or preventing conception)
birth control
Voluntary control of the number of children conceived, especially by the planned use of contraception
birth control glasses
The free black-framed prescription eyeglasses given to new recruits in the U.S. Military, and perceived as notoriously unattractive
birth defect
Any of several medical disorders that are present at birth
birth father
The genetic father of a child (as opposed to an adoptive or stepfather)
birth fathers
plural form of birth father
birth mother
The woman who gives birth to a child (not necessarily the genetic mother)
birth mothers
plural form of birth mother
birth pang
Any of the repetitive spasms of pain associated with labour
birth pangs
plural form of birth pang
birth pangs
The difficulty associated with a new project
birth plan
A protocol, agreed between mother, midwives and doctors, listing options such as birth companion, position at birth, pain relief etc
birth order
(Psikoloji, Ruhbilim) The phrase birth order is defined as a person's rank by age among his or her siblings. Birth order is commonly believed to have a profound and lasting effect on psychological development. Although this assertion has been repeatedly challenged by researchers, birth order continues to have a strong presence in pop psychology and popular culture
birth sign
The zodiacal sign through which the sun is passing when a person is born
Birth of Venus
{i} famous painting by Sandro Botticelli around 1485 which portrays the birth of the goddess of love Venus coming out from the foam of the sea as a full mature woman
Birth of a Nation
1915 film portraying two American families during the Civil War era (directed by D.W. Griffith)
birth canal
The passageway through which the fetus is expelled during parturition, leading from the uterus through the cervix, vagina, and vulva
birth canal
a passage in the uterus and vagina through which a fetus passes during vaginal birth
birth canal
passage through which offspring pass during birth, passage connecting the cervix to the vaginal opening
birth certificate
documentation about one's birth
birth certificate
A certified document (in PA this must be obtained through the Department of Vital Records in New Castle) which indicates the birth information of a person including mother's and father's name and the name given to the child at the time of birth
birth certificate
Your birth certificate is an official document which gives details of your birth, such as the date and place of your birth, and the names of your parents. An official record of the date and place of a person's birth, usually including the names of the parents. an official document showing when and where you were born, and your parents' names
birth certificate
A document issued by the Registrar of Births Deaths and Marriages which is a legal record of the details of a person's birth (eg: date, place, parents) •Paternity
birth certificate
a copy of the official document giving details of a person's birth
birth certificate
legal birth document, legal document stating details of a child's birth
birth certificate
(original) legal document issued at time of birth with the child’s biological history including the identity of one or both biological parents
birth certificate
An official document recorded by the appropriate government agency according to local law The document is certified by the appropriate authorities as being true and accurate (as filed) In the U S laws provided for the recording of births by the county government but were sporadically followed until about the mid-1880s Between 1900 and 1915 most states took over this responsibility Counties will have a Registry of Births book that covers the timeframe they recorded births See Vital Records
birth control
Birth control means planning whether to have children, and using contraception to prevent having them when they are not wanted. the practice of controlling the number of children you have = contraception. Voluntary limiting of human reproduction, using such means as contraception, sexual abstinence, surgical sterilization, and induced abortion. The term was coined in 1914-15 by Margaret Sanger. Medically, birth control is often advised when childbirth might endanger the mother's health or substantial risk exists of bearing a severely disabled child. Socially and economically, limitation of reproduction frequently reflects a desire to maintain or improve family living standards. Most religious leaders now generally agree that some form of fertility regulation is desirable, though the means are strongly debated. See also family planning
birth control
limiting the number of children born
birth control
contraception, prevention of pregnancy (by using condoms, birth control pills, etc.)
birth date
The birth date of the offender
birth date
Birth date for a patient Clinical (Patient and Tumor)
birth date
The patients Date of Birth This can be manually modified
birth date
(INCIDENT PERSON)
birth defect
something that happens to a baby while it is forming inside the mother
birth defect
An abnormality of structure, function, or body metabolism which often results in a physical or mental handicap It may be inherited (genetic) or environmental
birth defect
A physiological or structural abnormality that develops at or before birth and is present at the time of birth, especially as a result of faulty development, infection, heredity, or injury. Also called congenital anomaly. Genetic or trauma-induced abnormality present at birth. A more restrictive term than congenital disorder, it covers abnormalities that arise during the formation of an embryo's organs and tissues and does not include those caused by diseases (e.g., syphilis) that damage structures after they are formed
birth defect
Any harmful trait, physical or biochemical, present at birth, whether a result of a genetic mutation or some other nongenetic factor Source : Human Genome Project Information
birth defect
imperfection or problem that is present from birth (such as a missing limb, etc.)
birth defect
a defect that is present at birth
birth defect
a health problem present at birth
birth defect
Any harmful trait, physical or biochemical, present at birth, whether a result of a genetic mutation or some other nongenetic factor See also: congenital, gene, mutation, syndrome
birth defect
Refers to any anomaly, functional or structural, that is caused before birth A birth defect may be inherited or acquired and may be present in infancy or become apparent later in life
birth defects
Abnormalities at birth or detectable early in infancy Also called congenital defects Causes can be genetic or inherited, as a result of drug or chemicals, accidental irradiation early in the pregnancy, maternal infections or certain illnesses during the pregnancy, or physical factors in the uterus
birth defects
Abnormalities in anatomy or function of body parts present at birth, whether or not they are detectable at the time of birth
birth defects
unhealthy defects found in newborns, often caused by the mother's exposure to environmental hazards or the intake of drugs or alcohol during pregnancy
birth family
A family consisting of parents and their biological offspring
birth father
a child's natural father, rather than a man who has become the child's legal father through adoption
birth mother
a child's natural mother, rather than a woman who has become the child's legal mother through adoption
birth mother
natural mother, biological mother
birth pangs
a regularly recurrent spasm of pain that is characteristic of childbirth
birth pangs
labor pains, contractions, regular pains experienced by a woman during childbirth
birth parent
a child's natural mother or father, rather than someone who has become the child's legal mother or father through adoption
birth rate
The birth rate in a place is the number of babies born there for every 1000 people during a particular period of time. The UK has the highest birth rate among 15 to 19-year-olds in Western Europe. a falling birth-rate
birth rate
number of births per year per thousand people (in a given area, group, etc.)
birth trauma
emotional injury inflicted on an infant by events incident to birth that is alleged to appear in symbolic form in patients with mental illness physical injury to an infant during the birth process
birth trauma
injury resulting from childbirth
birth weight
{i} weight of a baby when born
birth weight
The first weight of the fetus or newborn obtained after birth This weight is best measured within the first hour of life before significant postnatal weight loss occurs
birth weight
The weight of an infant at delivery, expressed in grams
birth weight
The first weight of the newborn, measured to the nearest five grams It is usually obtained within the first hours of birth
birth-control campaigner
a social reformer who advocates birth control and family planning
accident of birth
Reference to the fact that various benefits or detriments to the life of a person arise from the circumstances into which that person was born, these being entirely beyond his or her control
accidents of birth
plural form of accident of birth
birthing
Of or relating to birth
birthing
The act of giving birth
breech birth
A birth in which the fetus comes through the birth canal posterior (buttocks), feet or knees first, instead of the more usual head first
cross-birth
A birth in which the fetus is positioned with neither the head nor the feet lying in the direction of the birth canal
date of birth
The date and year something was born
date-of-birth
Attributive form of date of birth, noun

I'm gonna need date-of-birth information on both o' youse.

dates of birth
plural form of date of birth
fraternal birth order
a supposed correlation between the number of older brothers that a man has, and his likelihood of being homosexual
gave birth
Simple past of give birth
give birth
To release live offspring from the body into the environment

It was clear that she was about to give birth.

give birth
To become the female parent of

She gave birth to a beautiful baby girl.

give birth
To become the source of

Einstein gave birth to a famous equation relating energy to mass.

given birth
Past participle of give birth
gives birth
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of give birth
giving birth
The action of the verb to give birth
giving birth
Present participle of give birth
lotus birth
The practice of not severing a newborn's umbilical cord, but rather allowing it to dry out and separate naturally after a few days
lotus birth
A birth performed with this practice
multiple birth
a birth in which more than one baby are born
partial-birth abortion
Intact dilation and extraction (IDX or intact D&X;), also known as intact dilation and evacuation (intact D&E;), dilation and extraction (D&X;), intrauterine cranial decompression
premature birth
The birth of an infant prior to the completion of its prenatal development
premature birth
: Childbirth occurring earlier than 37 completed weeks of gestation, but later than 20th week, which is regarded a miscarriage
vaginal birth
Birth via the vagina (as opposed to by caesarean section)
virgin birth
A birth (or vegetal reproduction) after spontaneous, unfertilized gamete-development in a virginal mother, parthenogenesis
virgin birth
(often capitalized and used absolutely: the Virgin Birth) In Christian theology, the miraculous birth of Christ from the Virgin Mary, as a result of the Immaculate Conception
wrongful birth
A lawsuit filing, claiming a doctor failed to advise the parents a child might have the prospect of birth defects
date of birth
day of the month of the year when one was born
breech birth
(Geometri) A breech birth is the birth of a baby from a breech presentation, in which the baby exits the pelvis with the buttocks or feet first as opposed to the normal head-first presentation. In breech presentation, fetal heart sounds are heard just above the umblicus
breech birth
Delivery of an infant whose feet or buttocks appear first(synonym) breech delivery, breech presentation
A birth
burden
Virgin Birth
The doctrine that Jesus was miraculously begotten by God and born of the Virgin Mary without the agency of a human father. the virgin birth the birth of Jesus, which Christians believe was caused by God, not by sex between a man and a woman. Fundamental doctrine of orthodox Christianity that Jesus had no natural father but was conceived by Mary through the power of the Holy Spirit. Based on the infancy narratives in the Gospels of Matthew and Luke, the doctrine was universally accepted in the Christian church by the 2nd century. It remains a basic article of belief in Roman Catholicism, Eastern Orthodoxy, most Protestant churches, and Islam. A corollary of its dogma is the doctrine of Mary's perpetual virginity, accepted by the Orthodox and Roman Catholic churches and by some Lutheran and Anglican theologians. See also Immaculate Conception
active birth
childbirth during which the mother is encouraged to be an active participant
alternative birth
a method of childbirth that avoids intrusive high-tech medicine in favor of more natural and homely settings
birthed
Past tense of to birth
birthing
of, or relating to birth
birthing
the process of giving birth
birthing
Anything added to raise the sides of a ship
birthing
{i} process of giving birth
birthing
Birthing means relating to or used during the process of giving birth. The hospital has pioneered the use of birthing pools. the process of giving birth to a baby
births
Unless otherwise indicated, infants born alive (excluding stillbirths)
births
Births are the number of live births occurring to residents of an area during the period as reported from the Census Bureau's Federal-State Cooperative Program for Population Estimates (FSCPE) and the National Center for Health Statistics
births
Plural of birth
births
total number of live births occurring to residents of an area during a time period, as estimated using reports from the Census Bureau's Federal-State Cooperative Program for Population Estimates (FSCPE) and the National Center for Health Statistics The birth rate expresses births during a time period as a percentage of an area's population at the midpoint of the time period
births
Resident live births Live births according to residents of the area during the calendar year Source: Department of Health and Human Services, North Carolina Public Health, State Center for Health Statistics and Office of State Planning
breech birth
'breech de.livery a birth in which the lower part of a baby's body comes out of its mother first
breech birth
breech delivery: delivery of an infant whose feet or buttocks appear first
date of birth
Remaining Amount to be Paid
date of birth
DOB 8
date of birth
May 24, 1958 (Gemini)
date of birth
1 As listed 2 Not as listed 7 Dont know 8 No answer 9 Not known
date of birth
A demographic variable available on many mailing lists, created using overlays of driver's license information
date of birth
Your date of birth is the exact date on which you were born, including the year. The registration form showed his date of birth as August 2, 1979
forceps birth
birth that is aided by forceps (small pincers for grasping and pulling)
from birth
from the time one is born
give birth
{f} bear a child
give birth
create or produce an idea; "Marx and Engels gave birth to communism"
give birth
create or produce an idea; "Marx and Engels gave birth to communism
give birth
give birth (to a newborn); "My wife had twins yesterday!"
give birth to
bear a child, bring forth offspring; bring forth, originate, create something (as of an idea or vision)
given birth
(used especially of human beings) born
giving birth
bearing a child, being in labor
giving birth
parturition: the process of giving birth
giving birth to
bearing, bringing forth; being the cause of
had a difficult birth
had a laborious delivery, had a problematic delivery
home birth
If a woman has a home birth, she gives birth to her baby at home rather than in a hospital
inducing birth
bringing about childbirth (by medical or other means)
live birth
Any infant delivered with signs of life after 20 or more weeks of gestation
live birth
the birth of a living fetus (regardless of the length of gestation)
live birth
The complete delivery or removal of a fetus, regardless of the duration of the pregnancy, that breathes or shows other signs of life
low-birth-weight baby
5 pounds (2500 grams) regardless of gestational age; "a low-birth-weight infant is at risk for developing lack of oxygen during labor
low-birth-weight baby
an infant born weighing less than 5
multiple birth
when more than one baby is born to the same mother at the same time. Birth of more than one child from one pregnancy. Twins are most common, born in 1 of about every 80 pregnancies. Identical twins develop from a single fertilized egg, which splits into two genetically identical embryos (though physical traits may be modified during their development); they occur randomly but are more likely in older mothers. Incomplete or late division results in conjoined twins. Fraternal twins develop from two eggs fertilized by two sperm and are no more genetically alike than are other siblings. Most common among persons of African ancestry and least common among those of Asian ancestry, fraternal twins seem to run in families. Repeated twinning produces triplets, quadruplets, and so on; these multiples may be identical, fraternal, or a combination. The use of fertility drugs has increased the number of high-order multiple births. Medical and psychological "twin studies" compare fraternal and identical twins to learn about genetic influences on various characteristics and diseases
natural birth
childbirth without the use of drugs
of noble birth
child born to aristocratic parents
place of birth
the place where someone was born
posthumous birth
birth of a child by Caesarean section after the death of the mother birth of a child after the father has died
premature birth
Birth less than 37 weeks after conception. Infants born as early as 23-24 weeks may survive but many face lifelong disabilities (e.g., cerebral palsy, blindness, deafness). Premature infants account for 8-9% of live births but two-thirds of infant deaths. 40-50% of cases have no explanation; other cases can be attributed to such causes as maternal hypertension or diabetes, multiple pregnancy, or placental separation. With good care, about 85% of live-born premature infants should survive. Infants born very early (before 32-34 weeks) lack fully developed lungs and often develop respiratory distress syndrome. They also have problems maintaining body temperature and fighting infection. Most deaths result from breathing problems, infections, and brain or lung hemorrhages. Premature infants are characterized by low birth weight, small size, irregular breathing, absence of subcutaneous fat, and thin skin
register a birth
officially record a baby's birth
rhythm method of birth control
natural family planning in which ovulation is assumed to occur 14 days before the onset of a period (the fertile period would be assumed to extend from day 10 through day 18 of her cycle)
second birth
spiritual rebirth that causes a person to lead a new life
throes of birth
suffering of childbirth, labor, contractions, labor pains
virgin birth
the theological doctrine that Jesus Christ had no human father; Christians believe that Jesus's birth fulfilled Old Testament prophecies and was attended by miracles; the Nativity is celebrated at Christmas
virgin birth
birth by a woman who never had intercourse with a man
Türkçe - İngilizce

birth teriminin Türkçe İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

haseki sultan favored sultanic wife who has given birth
to a son
birth