|(Medicine) form of toxemia experienced by pregnant women (characterized by convulsions), illness during pregnancy||eclampsia|
|(Pathology) condition characterized by softening of the bones (occurring especially in pregnant women), bone disease||osteomalacia|
|absent, dead, departed, left; dead; lost; destroyed; used up, run out, exhilarated, go, infatuated, irrecoverable, pregnant, uneasy||gone|
|act of running with ball, be channel or route for something, be heard at a distance, be hit a certain distance, be pregnant, be responsible for, bear; transport; continue, capture a place, develop an idea, distance covered, drive somebody in vehicle, g...||carry|
|ambitious, ambitiously, enthusiastic, filled, full-bodied, great, important, large; important; adult, full-grown, magnanimous, of great power, of great size, older, pregnant, significant, significantly great, successfully||big|
|area enclosed by defensive structure, defensive enclosure, enclave, enclosed area, pregnant||enceinte|
|be pregnant, carry in the womb; conceive of and develop in the mind (i.e. a thought, idea, etc.), carry offspring in the womb, develop ideas in the mind||gestate|
|become pregnant, invent, devise, or originate something, start to experience, think of or imagine something, understand, understand; think of an idea; become pregnant||conceive|
|broad understanding, conceiving of young, concept, embryo or fetus, formulation of idea, origin or beginnings, something conceived in the mind, thought, idea; formation of a thought; becoming pregnant; embryo||conception|
|cause woman to be pregnant, enclose warmly||enwomb|
|condition of being pregnant, cyesis, instance of being pregnant, significance, state of carrying a child in the uterus; fertility, fecundity; significance, state of being rich in meaning, time of carrying unborn offspring||pregnancy|
|darky blotchy pigmentation on the cheeks and forehead (often occurring in pregnant or menopausal women); hyper-pigmentation||melasma|
|examination performed on pregnant women in order to locate fetal defects||fetoprotein|
|fertilization, act of making pregnant; infusion, permeation, saturation||impregnation|
|fertilize, make pregnant; fill completely, saturate, imbue, fertilized, pregnant; saturated||impregnate|
|fertilized, pregnant; saturated||impregnated|
|form of toxemia occurring in some pregnant women, complication of pregnancy characterized by high blood pressure with fluid retention and proteinuria (Medicine), harmful condition in late pregnancy||preeclampsia|
|give birth to a litter of pigs, not calving, not pregnant, not with calf (about a cow), produce piglets||farrow|
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