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Extra-uterine pregnancy
Extra-uterine Ex`tra-u"ter*ine, a. (Anat. & Med.) Outside of the uterus, or womb. Extra-uterine pregnancy (Med.), a condition of pregnancy in which the fetus is not in the uterus, but in the Fallopian tube or in the abdominal cavity.
Impregnability
Impregnability Im*preg`na*bil"i*ty, n. The quality or state of being impregnable; invincibility.
Impregnable
Impregnable Im*preg"na*ble, a. [See Impregnate.] (Biol.) Capable of being impregnated, as the egg of an animal, or the ovule of a plant.
Impregnant
Impregnant Im*preg"nant, n. [See Impregnate.] That which impregnates. [R.] --Glanvill.
Impregnant
Impregnant Im*preg"nant, a. [Pref. im- not + pregnant.] Not pregnant; unfertilized or infertile. [R.]
Impregnate
Impregnate Im*preg"nate ([i^]m*pr[e^]g"n[=a]t), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Impregnated (-n[asl]*t[e^]d); p. pr. & vb. n. Impregnating (-n[asl]*t[i^]ng).] [LL. impraegnatus, p. p. of impraegnare to impregnate, fr. L. pref. im- in + praegnans pregnant. See Pregnant.] 1. To make pregnant; to cause to conceive; to render prolific; to get with child or young. 2. (Biol.) To come into contact with (an ovum or egg) so as to cause impregnation; to fertilize; to fecundate. 3. To infuse an active principle into; to render fruitful or fertile in any way; to fertilize; to imbue. 4. To infuse particles of another substance into; to communicate the quality of another to; to cause to be filled, imbued, mixed, or furnished (with something); as, to impregnate India rubber with sulphur; clothing impregnated with contagion; rock impregnated with ore.
Impregnate
Impregnate Im*preg"nate ([i^]m*pr[e^]g"n[=a]t), v. i. To become pregnant. --Addison.
Impregnate
Impregnate Im*preg"nate (-n[asl]t), a. [LL. impraegnatus, p. p.] Impregnated; made prolific. The scorching ray Here pierceth not, impregnate with disease. --Byron.
Impregnated
Impregnate Im*preg"nate ([i^]m*pr[e^]g"n[=a]t), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Impregnated (-n[asl]*t[e^]d); p. pr. & vb. n. Impregnating (-n[asl]*t[i^]ng).] [LL. impraegnatus, p. p. of impraegnare to impregnate, fr. L. pref. im- in + praegnans pregnant. See Pregnant.] 1. To make pregnant; to cause to conceive; to render prolific; to get with child or young. 2. (Biol.) To come into contact with (an ovum or egg) so as to cause impregnation; to fertilize; to fecundate. 3. To infuse an active principle into; to render fruitful or fertile in any way; to fertilize; to imbue. 4. To infuse particles of another substance into; to communicate the quality of another to; to cause to be filled, imbued, mixed, or furnished (with something); as, to impregnate India rubber with sulphur; clothing impregnated with contagion; rock impregnated with ore.
Impregnating
Impregnate Im*preg"nate ([i^]m*pr[e^]g"n[=a]t), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Impregnated (-n[asl]*t[e^]d); p. pr. & vb. n. Impregnating (-n[asl]*t[i^]ng).] [LL. impraegnatus, p. p. of impraegnare to impregnate, fr. L. pref. im- in + praegnans pregnant. See Pregnant.] 1. To make pregnant; to cause to conceive; to render prolific; to get with child or young. 2. (Biol.) To come into contact with (an ovum or egg) so as to cause impregnation; to fertilize; to fecundate. 3. To infuse an active principle into; to render fruitful or fertile in any way; to fertilize; to imbue. 4. To infuse particles of another substance into; to communicate the quality of another to; to cause to be filled, imbued, mixed, or furnished (with something); as, to impregnate India rubber with sulphur; clothing impregnated with contagion; rock impregnated with ore.
Negative pregnant
6. (Elect.) The negative plate of a voltaic or electrolytic cell. Negative pregnant (Law), a negation which implies an affirmation.
Pregnable
Pregnable Preg"na*ble, a., [F. prenable. See Impregnable.] Capable of being entered, taken, or captured; expugnable; as, a pregnable fort. [R.] --Cotgrave.
Pregnance
Pregnance Preg"nance, n. Pregnancy. [Obs.] --Milton.
Pregnancy
Pregnancy Preg"nan*cy, n. 1. The condition of being pregnant; the state of being with young. 2. Figuratively: The quality of being heavy with important contents, issue, significance, etc.; unusual consequence or capacity; fertility. --Fuller.
Pregnant
Pregnant Preg"nant, n. A pregnant woman. [R.] --Dunglison.
Pregnant
Pregnant Preg"nant, a. [F. prenant taking. Cf. Pregnable.] Affording entrance; receptive; yielding; willing; open; prompt. [Obs.] `` Pregnant to good pity.' --Shak.
Pregnant construction
--E. Everett. 3. Full of promise; abounding in ability, resources, etc.; as, a pregnant youth. [Obs.] --Evelyn. Wherein the pregnant enemy does much. --Shak. Pregnant construction (Rhet.), one in which more is implied than is said; as, the beasts trembled forth from their dens, that is, came forth trembling with fright.
Pregnantly
Pregnantly Preg"nant*ly, adv. In a pregnant manner; fruitfully; significantly.
Pregnantly
Pregnantly Preg"nant*ly, adv. Unresistingly; openly; hence, clearly; evidently. [Obs.] --Shak.
Preregnant
Preregnant Pre*reg"nant, n. One who reigns before another; a sovereign predecessor. [R.] --Warner.
Regnal
Regnal Reg"nal (r?g"nal), a. [L. regnum reign.] Of or pertaining to the reign of a monarch; as, regnal years.
Regnancy
Regnancy Reg"nan*cy (-nan*s?), n. The condition or quality of being regnant; sovereignty; rule. --Coleridge.
Regnative
Regnative Reg"na*tive (-n?*t?v), a. Ruling; governing. [Obs.]
Reimpregnate
Reimpregnate Re`im*preg"nate (-pr?g"n?t), v. t. To impregnate again or anew. --Sir T. Browne.
Superinpregnation
Superinpregnation Su`per*in`preg*na"tion, n. The act of impregnating, or the state of being impregnated, in addition to a prior impregnation; superfetation.

Meaning of Regna from wikipedia

- Regnum may refer to: Latin for kingdom or dominion, see realm Regnum, Latin word for Kingdom (biology) REGNUM News Agency, a Russian news agency Champions...
- edition (1758), which was the most important one, was Systema naturæ per regna tria naturæ, secundum cl****es, ordines, genera, species, **** characteribus...
- Regna Darnell (born July 10, 1943, Cleveland, Ohio) is an anthropologist and professor of Anthropology and First Nations Studies at the University of...
- In biology, kingdom (Latin: regnum, plural regna) is the second highest taxonomic rank, just below domain. Kingdoms are divided into smaller groups called...
- the 16th century, Hungary proper, Croatia and Transylvania were the three regna of the Crown. These lands had some links with each other but became more...
- April 2017.[better source needed] Linnaeus, C. (1735) Systema naturae, sive regna tria naturae systematice proposita per cl****es, ordines, genera, & species...
- the United States Linnaeus, C. (1758). "Felis Catus". Systema naturae per regna tria naturae: secundum cl****es, ordines, genera, species, **** characteribus...
- 270–271. ISBN 978-1-4088-3622-4. Linnaeus, Carl (1758). Systema naturae per regna tria naturae :secundum cl****es, ordines, genera, species, **** characteribus...
- en. Linnaeus, C. (1758). "Felis leo". Caroli Linnæi Systema naturæ per regna tria naturæ, secundum cl****es, ordines, genera, species, **** characteribus...
- 1007/13836_2018_27. ISBN 978-3-030-04752-8. Linnæus, Carl (1758). Systema naturæ per regna tria naturæ, secundum cl****es, ordines, genera, species, **** characteribus...
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