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Obstetrical

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obstetrical

Of or pertaining to midwifery, or the delivery of women in childbed; as, the obstetric art.

(Science: zoology) Obstetrical toad, a European toad of the genus Alytes, especially A. Obstetricans. The eggs are laid in a string which the male winds around his legs, and carries about until the young are hatched.

Origin: L. Obstetricius, fr. Obstetrix, -icis, a midwife, fr. Obstare to stand before: cf.F. Obstetrique. See Obstacle.