Accouchement

Childbirth, labour, confinement

Accouchement

Ac·couche'ment (#; 277) noun [ French, from accoucher to be delivered of a child, to aid in delivery, Old French acouchier orig. to lay down, put to bed, go to bed; Latin ad + collocare to lay, put, place. See Collate .] Delivery in childbed
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accouchement

Childbirth, particularly parturition. ... See: birth. ... Origin: Fr. From coucher, to lie down ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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accouchement

(ah-kldbomacsh-maw´) French word meaning childbirth or delivery. accouchement forcé (for-sa´) rapid forcible delivery by one of several methods (such as forceps or a vacuum extractor); originally, rapid dilatation of the cervix with the hands, followed by v...
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Accouchement

• (n.) Delivery in childbed
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accouchement

Type: Term Pronunciation: a-kūsh-mawn[h]′ Definitions: 1. Childbirth, particularly parturition.
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