Paré

[ pa-rey ]
/ paˈreɪ /

noun

Am·broise [ahn-brwaz] /ɑ̃ˈbrwaz/,1510–90, French surgeon.

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British Dictionary definitions for ambroise pare (1 of 2)

pare
/ (pɛə) /

verb (tr)

to peel or cut (the outer layer) from (something)
to cut the edges from (the nails); trim
to decrease bit by bit

Derived forms of pare

parer, noun

Word Origin for pare

C13: from Old French parer to adorn, from Latin parāre to make ready

British Dictionary definitions for ambroise pare (2 of 2)

Paré
/ (French pare) /

noun

Ambroise (ɑ̃brwaz). 1510–90, French surgeon. He reintroduced ligature of arteries following amputation instead of cauterization
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Medical definitions for ambroise pare

Paré
[ pä-rā ]
Ambroise 1517?-1590

French surgeon who made numerous improvements to operating methods, including the ligature of arteries rather than cauterization.
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