- celiac ganglion,
- celiac gland,
- celiac plexus,
- celiac plexus reflex,
- celiac trunk,
Origin of celibacy
Examples from the Web for celibacy
Do you think that if the rules on celibacy were loosened, this would change things considerably?Alex Gibney’s ‘Mea Maxima Culpa’: Sex, Lies, and the Catholic Church|Michael Moynihan|February 4, 2013|DAILY BEAST
First undergo a rectal exam, celibacy lecture, and waiting period.State Pols Outraged by Anti-Abortion Laws Push Onerous Restrictions on Viagra|Allison Yarrow|March 14, 2012|DAILY BEAST
After this warm appeal, the evangelists met at Einsidlen came to celibacy.
Prejudices: celibacy of priests, futility of adultery, emancipation of woman.Bouvard and Pcuchet, part 2|Gustave Flaubert
Between these the primal law of celibacy between brother and sister as such embraced the whole generation.Social Origins and Primal Law|Andrew Lang
The light which he and his friends had acquired on the subject of celibacy was not generally diffused.
On the one hand you are doomed to a life of celibacy—married to a woman whom you can never meet again.'Farewell'|W. H. Stacpoole
1660s, formed in English, with -cy + Latin caelibatus "state of being unmarried," from caelebs "unmarried," probably from PIE root *kaiwelo- "alone" + lib(h)s- "living."