Latin search results for: fetus

#1

noun

  • declension: 4th declension
  • gender: masculine

Definitions:

  1. bearing young, breeding
  2. conception
  3. laying (egg)
  4. |birth/bringing forth young
  • Age: In use throughout the ages/unknown
  • Area: All or none
  • Geography: All or none
  • Frequency: Very frequent, in all Elementry Latin books, top 1000+ words
  • Source: “Oxford Latin Dictionary”, 1982 (OLD)
#2

noun

  • declension: 4th declension
  • gender: masculine

Definitions:

  1. brood/litter
  2. children (of a parent)
  3. offspring/young (animals)
  • Age: In use throughout the ages/unknown
  • Area: All or none
  • Geography: All or none
  • Frequency: Very frequent, in all Elementry Latin books, top 1000+ words
  • Source: “Oxford Latin Dictionary”, 1982 (OLD)
#3

noun

  • declension: 4th declension
  • gender: masculine

Definitions:

  1. bearing fruit
  2. offshoot/branch/sucker/sapling
  3. produce/crop
  4. ||fruit of plant
  • Age: In use throughout the ages/unknown
  • Area: All or none
  • Geography: All or none
  • Frequency: Very frequent, in all Elementry Latin books, top 1000+ words
  • Source: “Oxford Latin Dictionary”, 1982 (OLD)
#4

noun

  • declension: 4th declension
  • gender: masculine

Definitions:

  1. embryo (Cal)
  2. fetus/fetus, young while still in the womb
  • Age: Latin post 15th - Scholarly/Scientific (16th-18th centuries)
  • Area: All or none
  • Geography: All or none
  • Frequency: Very frequent, in all Elementry Latin books, top 1000+ words
  • Source: “Oxford Latin Dictionary”, 1982 (OLD)
#5

adjective

Definitions:

  1. fertile/fruitful
  2. growing/teeming/abounding/full of
  3. pregnant/breeding (animal)
  • Age: In use throughout the ages/unknown
  • Area: All or none
  • Geography: All or none
  • Frequency: Frequent, top 2000+ words
  • Source: “Oxford Latin Dictionary”, 1982 (OLD)
#6

adjective

Definitions:

  1. bearing/reproducing
  2. having newly brought forth/given birth/whelped/calved
  • Age: In use throughout the ages/unknown
  • Area: All or none
  • Geography: All or none
  • Frequency: Frequent, top 2000+ words
  • Source: “Oxford Latin Dictionary”, 1982 (OLD)