Translation: from latin

suffocation of the womb

  • 1 strangulatio

    strangŭlātĭo, ōnis, f. [id.], a choking, suffocating, strangulation (post-Aug.), Plin. 23, 1, 13, § 59:

    vulvae,

    suffocation of the womb, id. 20, 15, 57, § 162; cf. strangulatus.

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  • 2 strangulatus

    strangŭlātus, ūs, m. [strangulo], a choking, strangling:

    vulvae,

    suffocation of the womb, Plin. 20, 18, 75, § 197; 26, 15, 90, § 155; cf. strangulatio.

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  • 3 subfocatio

    suffōcātĭo ( subf-), ōnis, f. [id.], a choking, stifling, suffocating, Sen. Ep. 54, 2;

    hence, mulierum,

    suffocation of the womb, hysterical passion, Plin. 20, 5, 15, § 30; 26, 15, 90, § 158; v. suffoco, I.

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  • 4 suffocatio

    suffōcātĭo ( subf-), ōnis, f. [id.], a choking, stifling, suffocating, Sen. Ep. 54, 2;

    hence, mulierum,

    suffocation of the womb, hysterical passion, Plin. 20, 5, 15, § 30; 26, 15, 90, § 158; v. suffoco, I.

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  • 5 exanimatio

    exanimātĭo, ōnis, f. [st2]1 [-] suffocation. [st2]2 [-] saisissement, épouvante.
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    exanimātĭo, ōnis, f. [st2]1 [-] suffocation. [st2]2 [-] saisissement, épouvante.
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        Exanimatio, Verbale. Cic. Un troublement d'esprit qui vient d'une grande crainte ou paour et frayeur.

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  • 6 interclusio

    interclūsĭo, ōnis, f. [st2]1 [-] action de boucher. [st2]2 [-] Quint. parenthèse. --- Quint. 9, 3, 23.    - animae interclusio, Cic. de Or. 3, 181: étouffement.
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    interclūsĭo, ōnis, f. [st2]1 [-] action de boucher. [st2]2 [-] Quint. parenthèse. --- Quint. 9, 3, 23.    - animae interclusio, Cic. de Or. 3, 181: étouffement.
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        Interclusio, Verbale: vt Animae interclusio. Cic. Quand l'haleine est entreprinse, et qu'on ne peult ravoir son vent, Suffocation.
    \
        Interclusio. Quintil. Enclosture d'une chose entre d'autres.

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  • 7 strangulatus

        Strangulatus, pen. prod. Participium. Estranglé.
    \
        Strangulatus, pen. prod. Verbale: vt Strangulatus vuluae, quae et Strangulatio dicitur. Plinius. Suffocation de l'amarris d'une femme.

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  • 8 suffocatio

    suffocātĭo, ōnis, f. suffocation, étouffement.    - suffocationes mulierum, Plin.: crises de femmes (crises hystériques).
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    suffocātĭo, ōnis, f. suffocation, étouffement.    - suffocationes mulierum, Plin.: crises de femmes (crises hystériques).
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        Suffocatio, Verbale. Plin. Estouffement, Suffoquement, Suffocation.

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  • 9 vulua

        Vulua, vuluae. Plin. L'amarri, La matrice.
    \
        Exanimationes vuluarum. Plin. Suffocation de matrice.
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        Strangulationes vuluae cuminum potum in vino aperit. Plin. Les suffocations de matrice.

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  • 10 alvus

        alvus ī, f    [AL-], the belly, paunch, bowels, womb: purgatio alvi: spem in alvo continere: matris, H.: in suam sua viscera congerit alvum, stomach, O.— The hold (of a ship), Ta.
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    belly/paunch/stomach; womb; bowel; bowel movement; hull (ship); beehive; cavity

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  • 11 angor

        angor ōris, m    [ANG-], a strangling, suffocation: gens aestu et angore vexata (i. e. by dust and ashes), L. — Fig., anguish, torment, trouble: ut differt anxietas ab angore: pro amico capiendus: confici angoribus, by melancholy.
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    suffocation, choking, strangulation; mental distress, anxiety, anguish, vexation

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  • 12 gremium

        gremium ī, n    a lap, bosom: misisse in gremium imbrem aureum, T.: vomens gremium suum inplevit: hostem gremium ante suum aufert, V.— A bosom, lap, heart, centre: terra gremio mollito semen excipit: Graeciae.—Fig., a lap, hidingplace, protection, affection: Caeruleus (Nili), depths, V.: Quis gremio Enceladi adfert Quantum meruit labor? i. e. pays, Iu.: haec sunt in gremio sepulta consulatūs tui: in fratris gremio consenescebat: In vestris pono gremiis, i. e. in your care, V.
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    I
    lap, bosom; womb, interior; female genital parts
    II
    firewood; (singular or collective)

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  • 13 onus

        onus eris, n    [AN-], a load, burden: tanta onera navium, ships of so great burden, Cs.: clipei ingens, V.: minimum, O.: gravius dorso, heavier than he can carry, H.—A load, lading, freight, cargo: cum oneribus commeabant: iumentis onera deponere, packs, Cs.—The burden of the womb, foetus, embryo: gravidi ventris, O., Ph.—Fig., a burden, tax, expense: quod vobis oneris imposuit lex: municipium maximis oneribus pressum: haec onera in dites a pauperibus inclinata, L.: exempti oneribus, Ta.—A load, burden, weight, charge, trouble, difficulty: Paupertas mihi onus visumst, T.: his graviora onera iniungebat, Cs.: onus se Aetnā gravius sustinere: hic onus horret, H.: quibus coger oneri esse, to be a burden, S.
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    load, burden; cargo

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  • 14 sarcina

        sarcina ae, f    [SAR-], a package, bundle, burden, load, pack (only poet. in sing.): gravis, H.— Plur, packs, luggage, baggage: sarcinas conligere, S.: sarcinas conferri iussit, Cs.: muli gravati sarcinis, Ph.: custodia sarcinarum, L.: qui matri sarcina Prima suae fuerat, burden (of the womb), O.: sarcinam effundit, i. e. brings forth, Ph.— Fig., a burden, weight, sorrow, care: Sarcinaque haec animo non sedet apta meo, O.: Sarcina sum (tibi), O.
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    pack, bundle, soldier's kit; baggage (pl.), belongings, chattles; load, burden

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  • 15 uterus

        uterus ī, m    [Engl. udder], the womb, matrix: quae te beluam ex utero fudit, C., H., O.— The belly, paunch: Per uterum (cervi) venit harundo, V., Iu.— The fruit of the womb, a fetus, Ta.
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    womb; belly, abdomen

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  • 16 venter

        venter tris, m    the belly, paunch: quasi (fabā) mens, non venter infletur: inanis, stomach, H.: iratum ventrem placare, i. e. appetite, H.: dediti ventri, S.: magno Servorum ventres, i. e. the support of slaves, Iu.—The womb: sua conplevit tempora venter, O.: homines in ventre necandos Conducit, Iu.—In the phrase, ventrem ferre, to be pregnant, L.—The unborn child, embryo, foetus: Tuus, H.—A belly, swelling, protuberance: Quo modo... Cresceret in ventrem cucumis, V.: lagenae, Iu.
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    stomach, womb; belly

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  • 17 vīscera

        vīscera um, n    [cf. viscum], the inner parts of the body, internal organs, inwards, viscera, entrails: de putri viscere nascuntur apes, O.: in visceribus (tela) haerebunt: penetrant ad viscera morbi, O.— The flesh: cum (tincta tunica) inhaesisset visceribus: quantum scelus est, in viscera viscera condi! O.: taurorum, V.— The fruit of the womb, offspring, child: (Tereus) in suam sua viscera congerit alvum, O.: eripite viscera mea ex vinculis, Cu.; cf. Neu patriae validas in viscera vertite virīs, i. e. her own sons, V.— Fig., the interior, inmost part, heart, centre, bowels, vitals, life: itum est in viscera terrae, O.: montis (Aetna), V.: in venis atque in visceribus rei p.: de visceribus tuis satis facturus quibus debes: magnarum domuum, i. e. the favorite, Iu.

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  • 18 volva or vulva

        volva or vulva ae, f    [3 VOL-], a womb, matrix, Iu.—Of a sow (a delicacy), H.

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  • 19 angina

    I II
    acute throat infection w/choking, quinsy

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  • 20 bulga

    bag, wallet, purse; Gallic leather knapsacl; womb (slang)

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