- gestalt psychotherapy,
- gestalt therapy,
- gestational carrier,
- gestational edema,
- gestational proteinuria,
- gestational psychosis
Origin of gestation
Examples from the Web for gestational
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Epidemiology of Gestational Weight Gain and Body Weight Changes After Pregnancy.
- the development of the embryo of a viviparous mammal, between conception and birth: about 266 days in humans, 624 days in elephants, and 63 days in cats
- (as modifier)gestation period
Word Origin for gestation
1530s, "riding on horseback, etc., as a form of exercise," from Latin gestationem (nominative gestatio) "a carrying," noun of action from gestare "bear, carry, gestate," frequentative of gerere (past participle gestus) "to bear, carry, bring forth" (see gest). Meaning "action or process of carrying young in the womb" is from 1610s.