- to produce and discharge eggs from an ovary or ovarian follicle.
Origin of ovulate
Examples from the Web for ovulation
Contemporary Examples of ovulation
And go easy on fiber, which in large amounts can interfere with ovulation.Exercise and Fertility: Are You Too Fit to Get Pregnant?
August 1, 2014
This can radically upset her possibility of ovulation, fertilization, implantation, and even nurturing of a pregnancy.Todd Akin Finds a Friend in Dr. John Willke, a Pro-Life ‘Founding Father’
August 21, 2012
This can radically upset her possibility of ovulation, fertilization, implantation and even nurturing of a pregnancy."Legitimate Rape": An Old Right-Wing Trope
August 20, 2012
Historical Examples of ovulation
It is necessary to point out that they do not depend on ovulation (expulsion of the egg).The Sexual Question
As menstruation is normally associated with ovulation, this must cease.
This period of activity is repeated regularly once a month, and it constitutes the process of ovulation and menstruation.Woman
William J. Robinson
Ovulation consists in the formation of an ovum or egg by one of the ovaries once a month.
The other sexual organs of a woman have special and periodic functions, such as, menstruation and ovulation.
- (intr) to produce or discharge eggs from an ovary
Word Origin for ovulate
Word Origin and History for ovulation
1888, back-formation from ovulation. Related: Ovulated; ovulating.
- The discharge of an ovum from the ovary.
- To produce ova; discharge eggs from the ovary.
- The release of an egg cell (ovum) from the ovary in female animals, regulated in mammals by hormones produced by the pituitary gland during the menstrual cycle.