- Latin in utero "in the uterus". (Wiktionary)
- New Latin in uterō : Latin in, in + Latin uterō, ablative of uterus, uterus. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Fetal development identical to that observed in utero is obtained in vitro through four days post-fertilization with human egg and sperm, and with other vertebrates for much larger fractions of total gestation.”
“Et fuit, in tempore quo parturiebat ipsa, ecce, gemini erant in utero ejus.”
“Et collidebant se filii in utero ejus, et dixit, Si ita, ut quid ego?”
“By applying their hands to the abdominal walls they try to ascertain the position of the fetus in utero and usually to correct malpresentation.”
“Association between in utero organophosphate pesticide exposure and abnormal reflexes in neonates.”
“Tune dixit Iehova ad eam, Duae gentes sunt in utero tuo, et duo populi a visceribus tuis separabunt se: et populus populo robustior erit, et major serviet minori.”
“Europe.] 27 If the double sense of the verb (osculor, and in utero gero) be equivocal, the context and pious horror of Chalcondyles can leave no doubt of his meaning and mistake, (p. 49.)”
“Et impleti sunt dies ejus ut pareret, et ecce gemini erant in utero ejus.”
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