cyesis

[sahy-ee-sis]

noun, plural cy·e·ses [sahy-ee-seez] /saɪˈi siz/.


Origin of cyesis

< New Latin < Greek kýēsis pregnancy, equivalent to kyē- (variant stem of kyeîn to be pregnant) + -sis -sis
Related formscy·et·ic [sahy-et-ik] /saɪˈɛt ɪk/, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for cyesis

cyesis

noun plural -ses (-siːz)

med the technical name for pregnancy

Word Origin for cyesis

from Greek kuēsis
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cyesis in Medicine

cyesis

[sī-ēsĭs]

n.

pregnancy
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