Definición de circumcise en inglés:

circumcise

Saltos de línea: cir¦cum|cise
Pronunciación: /ˈsəːkəmsʌɪz
 
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verbo

[with object]
  • 1Cut off the foreskin of (a young boy or man, especially a baby) as a religious rite, especially in Judaism and Islam, or as a medical treatment.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Shemot Rabbah tells us that the Jews ceased circumcising their sons to blend in better with their Egyptian hosts.
    • As a mother, over time I have come to regret that my son was circumcised.
    • My wife Devorah and I were resolute about our decision not to circumcise our son.
  • 2(As a practice traditional in some cultures) partially or totally remove the external genitalia of (a girl or young woman) for non-medical reasons.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • The Shija female initiation ceremony was performed after the young women were circumcised.
    • Particular ethnic groups circumcise their women during pregnancy, when they are in labour or when they have given birth to their first child.
    • The colonial authorities had arrested a woman for circumcising her daughter.

Derivativos

circumciser

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The activists made the allegation after a meeting of former circumcisers.
  • Virtually all of their mothers had been cut by a traditional circumciser.
  • The main recommendations included penalizing circumcisers and those who contribute to the act.

Origen

Middle English: from Old French circonciser, or from Latin circumcis- 'cut around', from the verb circumcidere, from circum 'around, about' + caedere 'to cut'.

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