suomi-englanti sanakirja

maternal englannista suomeksi

  1. äidillinen

  2. äidinpuoleinen

  3. äidin

  1. äidillinen

  2. äidinpuoleinen

  3. Substantiivi

maternal englanniksi

  1. Of or pertaining to a mother; having the characteristics of a mother; motherly.

  2. (antonyms)


  3. (quote-book) The Second Philologicall and Theologicall Observations upon All the Greek Words of the New Testament, in Order Alphabetical.(nb...)|edition=3rd|location=London|publisher=Printed by Abraham Miller and Roger Daniel for Thomas Underhill(nb...)|year=1650|oclc=81535281|passage=However, the Hebrew (I ſay) is the moſt antient and maternall Language; for ''(w)'' uſed it, and all men before the Flood, as is manifeſt from the Scripture, and Fathers.

  4. (quote-book)|year=1797|pages=106–107|pageurl=|oclc=1001013750|passage=If a dictionary be a ''ſelection'', rather than a ''collection'', of the words in our ''maternall Englyſhe''; a dictionary cannot afford a deciſive proof of the non-exiſtence of a word, in ſome other book, which the lexicographer may have never read.

  5. (quote-journal)|magazine=The Gentleman's Magazine|The Gentleman’s Magazine, and Historical Chronicle|location=London|publisher=Printed by Nichols (printer)|John Nichols,(nb...); and sold by Elizabeth Newbery,(nb...)|date=15 April 1799|year_published=April 1799|volume=LXIX, part I|issue=IV|page=267|pageurl=|oclc=192374019|passage=The little blooming foundling was ſoon ordered to be produced before her, which brought the ſympathy of the mother to her eye, and to her heart. The infant had once, at leaſt, a maternal embrace; .... With a truly maternal care the child was placed with wife of one of the domeſticks of the Princeſs, provided with plain neceſſaries, and watched with the eye of humanity and tenderneſs.

  6. (quote-book)|location=London|publisher=Printed for T. and J. Allman,(nb...); and sold by Baldwin, Cradock and Joy,(nb...); J. Deighton and Sons,(nb...); and J. Parker,(nb...)|month=July|year=1816|year_published=1818|page=81|pageurl=|lines=79–82|oclc=1113631090|passage=Thus lonely left, no soft maternal breast / His murmurs soothed, or cradled him to rest; / Moist with delight, no maternal eye / Watched his weak limbs their early efforts try, ...

  7. (quote-book), Hinde|Robert Aubrey Hinde, and Evelyn Shaw|title=Advances in the Study of Behavior|location=New York, N.Y.; London|publisher=(w)|year=1972|volume=4|section=section II (Sensitization or Priming)|page=108|pageurl=|isbn=978-0-12-004504-4|passage=Naïve parturient females ''i.e.'', those that have never encountered young animals except for their own litter-mates, unlike most other naïve animals, display immediate maternal behavior as soon as they give birth, except for some rare infanticidal or indifferent mothers. (...) This difference between the behavior of naïve mothers and naïve animals other than mothers suggests that gestation and parturition favor a very rapid establishment of maternal behavior.

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  9. (quote-book) In Memory of Jean-Pierre Bourgin|location=Berlin; Heidelberg|publisher=Science+Business Media|Springer-Verlag|year=1998|page=14|pageurl=|isbn=978-3-540-64025-7|passage=In potato, crosses between the tetraploid cultivated species ''Solanum tuberosum'', and some clones of the diploid wild-type species ''S. phureja'', constitute a method of producing maternal dihaploids.

  10. (quote-book)|year=2004|isbn=978-0-316-05995-4|passage=Maternal desire is at once obvious and invisible partly because it is so easily confused with other things. Those fighting for women's progress too often misconstrue it as a throwback or excuse, a self-curtailment of potential. Those who champion women's maternal role too often define it narrowly in the context of service—to one's child, husband, or God.

  11. Related through the mother, or her side of the family.

  12. (quote-journal); sold by Caleb Bingham,(nb...)|month=April|year=1808|volume=III|issue=11 (number 35 overall)|page=481|pageurl=|column=1|oclc=1013324617|passage=Doctor MacWhorter|Alexander MacWhorter was of Scotch extraction. His maternal ancestors were among the first emigrants from Scotland to the North of Ireland; and the family of his father removed to the same country about the time of his father's birth.

  13. (quote-book)|year=1985|year_published=1987|page=298|pageurl=|isbn=978-0-226-43926-6|passage=While the attribution to the elder children of the given names of paternal grandparents was generally respected, alternation between paternal and maternal lines was not the rule. The father is more apt to have recourse to relatively distant paternal kin or to his own maternal kin than to his own affines. The paternal given names easily supplant the maternal ones.

  14. Derived from the mother as opposed to the foetus during pregnancy.

  15. (quote-journal)|date=17 November 1831|year_published=1832|volume_plain=part I|pages=63|pageurl=|oclc=759427994|passage=The facts which have now been stated warrant, I think, the conclusion, that the human placenta does not consist of two parts, maternal and fœtal, that no cells exist in its substance, and that there is no communication between the uterus and the placenta by large arteries and veins.

  16. (quote-book)|year=1991|page=33|pageurl=|isbn=978-0-8493-8814-9|passage=Undernutrition occurs when dietary intake cannot meet nutritional requirements. The synthesis of maternal and fetal tissue or breast milk, and the associated costs of maternal maintenance increase nutrient requirements during pregnancy and lactation.

  17. (quote-book)|year=2009|pages=253–254|pageurl=|isbn=978-1-4610-4224-2|passage=Chorionic villus samples typically contain a mixture of placental villi and maternally derived decidua. Although specimens are thoroughly washed and inspected under a microscope after collection, some maternal cells may remain and grow in the culture. As a result, two cell lines, one fetal and the other maternal, may be identified. In other cases, the maternal cell line may completely overgrow the culture, thereby leading to diagnostic errors, including incorrect sex determination, and potentially to false-negative diagnoses, although there are no published reports of the latter.

  18. A mother.

  19. (quote-journal)|month=January|year=1865|volume=IX|issue=59|page=146|pageurl=|oclc=1015473216|passage=In the necessarily brief space allotted to a review in these pages it would be impossible to sketch out the story at any length. Suffice it that there are two fathers, two sons and two daughters; the maternals, for once, go for little, but there is an Aunt Philly—a conception, that starts out in the intense reality of existence.

  20. (quote-book)|chapter=Letter III|title=Smoked Glass|location=New York, N.Y.|publisher=George W. Carleton, publisher; London: Low|Sampson Low, Son, & Co.|year=1868|page=53|pageurl=|oclc=3737482|passage=... I would especially bring to your attention the manifest propriety of discountenancing any familiarity from your mothers when in society. If obliged to go with your tiresome maternals to any social gathering, you may reclaim your freedom immediately upon entering the room by slipping abstractedly away in the direction of the piano, and from thenceforth being artlessly forgetful of all messages forwarded to you, and miraculously blind to all beckonings and elevation of fans.

  21. (quote-journal)|month=March|year=1868|volume=XXVII|page=181|pageurl=|column=2|oclc=247142692|passage=A little girl of this city, who is acknowledged by all to be pretty smart, was holding a very animated conversation with one of about her own years, a few days since. ... After naming over various meritorious acts of which their maternals were capable, the one in question put an end to the dispute by exclaiming, "Well, there's one thing my mother can do that yours can't—my mother can take every one of her teeth out at once."

  22. A person related through the mother, or her side of the family; a maternal relative.

  23. (quote-journal)|editors=George S. Yerger and (w)|title=Jane C. Butler ''v.'' James M. King|journal=Tennessee Reports. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Tennessee|edition=new|location=St. Louis, Mo.|publisher=G. I. Jones and Company|month=January|year=1826|year_published=1876|volume=II|page=109|pageurl=|oclc=22127556|passage=Divide what? The estate that came from the father to the son. Amongst whom? The paternal brothers. If it means, that paternals and maternals shall now divide, as paternals formerly did, the whole sentence operates nothing; for without, the half blood on both sides, would have taken. But say it establishes a well-known standard to divide by, and that this standard excludes the maternals, then every word, as well as this word "only," has a material effect and energy.

  24. (quote-book))|location=London|publisher=Elder & Co.|Smith Elder and Co.,(nb...)|year=1869|page=286|pageurl=|oclc=820921463|passage=If there are both paternal and maternal uncles and aunts, the maternals take a third, even if there is only one of them, and whether male or female, and the paternals two-thirds, even though there is only one of them, and whether male or female. If the maternals are of one kind, a male has the portion of two females.

  25. (synonym of)

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  27. (l) (gloss)

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  29. a school for young children

  30. (l)