caesarean

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cae·sar·e·an

 (sĭ-zâr′ē-ən)
adj. & n.
Variant of cesarean.

Caesarean

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Caesarian

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Cesarean

or

Cesarian

adj
(Historical Terms) of or relating to any of the Caesars, esp Julius Caesar
n
(Surgery) (sometimes not capital) surgery
a. short for Caesarean section
b. (as modifier): Caesarean birth; Caesarean operation.

Cae•sar•e•an

or Cae•sar•i•an

(sɪˈzɛər i ən)

adj.
1. pertaining to Caesar or the Caesars.
n.
2. (usu. l.c.) cesarean.
[1520–30]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Caesarean - the delivery of a fetus by surgical incision through the abdominal wall and uterus (from the belief that Julius Caesar was born that way)caesarean - the delivery of a fetus by surgical incision through the abdominal wall and uterus (from the belief that Julius Caesar was born that way)
obstetrical delivery, delivery - the act of delivering a child
hysterotomy - surgical incision into the uterus (as in cesarean section)
Adj.1.caesarean - relating to abdominal delivery
2.Caesarean - of or relating to or in the manner of Julius Caesar
Translations

Caesarean

Cesarean (US) [siːˈzɛərɪən] N (also Caesarean operation or section) → (operación f de) cesárea f

Caesarean

Caesarian [sɪˈzɛəriən] Cesarean (US) n (also Caesarean section) → césarienne fCaesarean section Caesarian section, Cesarean section (US) ncésarienne fCaesar salad caesar salad [ˌsiːzərˈsæləd] nsalade f césar

Caesarean

, (US) Cesarean
adjcäsarisch, Cäsaren-; (= of Caesar)cäsarisch
n (Med: also Caesarean section) → Kaiserschnitt m; he was a Caesareaner wurde mit Kaiserschnitt entbunden; she had a (baby by) Caesareansie hatte einen Kaiserschnitt

Caesarean

Cesarean (Am) [sɪːˈzɛərɪən] n (also Caesarean section) → (taglio) cesareo
References in classic literature ?
The rulers of society must be up to the work of the world, and equal to their versatile office: men of the right Caesarian pattern, who have great range of affinity.
Emergency caesarian section is defined as the one that is performed as soon as possible whenever obstetric emergency arises.
Patients with classical caesarian section were excluded from the study.