Fetus comes from Latin offspring, little one.

Authentic Nouveau

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First recorded in 1350–1400; Middle English, from Latin fētus “bringing forth of young,” hence “that which is born, offspring, young still in the womb,”

The abortion movement despises use of BABY in English and in Hospitals.

So abortionizers do not want to say baby. as hypocrites they have no problem saying womb instead of uterus.

Latin, “fetus” means “little one,”

Pro-deathers pound their dictionary and it just doesn't work. By the way, getting all obsessed over this, means they have an agenda.



This is why we don't trust the abortion industrial complex and their agenda.
 

Temujin

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The abortion movement despises use of BABY in English and in Hospitals.

So abortionizers do not want to say baby. as hypocrites they have no problem saying womb instead of uterus.

Latin, “fetus” means “little one,”

Pro-deathers pound their dictionary and it just doesn't work. By the way, getting all obsessed over this, means they have an agenda.



This is why we don't trust the abortion industrial complex and their agenda.
Bicycle is from a Greek word meaning circle. Miles is from a Latin word meaning a thousand. It is the height of ignorance to confuse a word's roots with its meaning. For meanings we go to dictionaries:

foetus
an unborn or unhatched offspring of a mammal, in particular an unborn human more than eight weeks after conception.
 

Authentic Nouveau

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The profound influence of Latin upon the genesis and development of English medical terminology is undeniable and well-grounded Approximately 95% of English terms are borrowed from or created on the basis of Latin and latinized Greek Therefore, the English medical terminology cannot be “reasonably mastered without the knowledge of basic Latin

Our highly uneducated local abortion pushers are education crippled. Even nurses use a lot of abbreviated Latin

NPO. So a patient before elective surgery has a NPO order.
The uneducated get all sassy

NPO everyone knows is nil per os.

Why nil per os? Under emergency C-sections, the patient can aspirate gastric contents under general. That is why elective cases order nil per os.

The patient is told "nothing by mouth" fluids food.
 

Temujin

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Our highly uneducated local abortion pushers are education crippled. Even nurses use a lot of abbreviated Latin

NPO. So a patient before elective surgery has a NPO order.
The uneducated get all sassy

NPO everyone knows is nil per os.

Why nil per os? Under emergency C-sections, the patient can aspirate gastric contents under general. That is why elective cases order nil per os.

The patient is told "nothing by mouth" fluids food.
Gosh, more Google skills being demonstrated. You have fully grasped search, cut and paste. Jolly well done.
 

Authentic Nouveau

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So when some pedophile get a little lady pregnant, we calculate measurements and the case calls for a C-section.
Diagnosis CPD

The spammer has never heard of CPD
Cephalo pelvic disproportion

Cephalo is a Greek prefix related to brain or head. Like encephalitis, hydro Cephalic. (Now they can do shunts for hydro-cephalics in utero before baby is delivered???)
shunt, or tube, into the child's head to drain the CSF

CSF
is abbreviated Latin

Hydro is \Greek root

cerebral gets its meaning from cerebrum, which is Latin for "brain

But the uneducated pro-abortion neurotics have a coniption fit if we call the baby a baby instead of Fetus.

They don't go
hysterical if we say brain instead of cerebrum. \


CRANIO- Meaning: "of the skull," from Latinized combining form of Greek kranion "skull" (see cranium)


So if we do a craniotomy (burr holes of even a bone flap}

Hysterical
Hyster is a prefix from

Latin hysteria, from hysteric, from Latin hystericus, from Ancient Greek ὑστερικός (husterikós, “suffering in the uterus, hysterical”), from ὑστέρα (hustéra, “womb”).

Authentic Nouveau offers a learning opportunity again.
 

Authentic Nouveau

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The profound influence of Latin upon the genesis and development of English medical terminology is undeniable and well-grounded Approximately 95% of English terms are borrowed from or created on the basis of Latin and latinized Greek Therefore, the English medical terminology cannot be “reasonably mastered without the knowledge of basic Latin

Hysterical when pro-abortion tribes watch how honest people substitute baby for fiːtəs
 

Temujin

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So when some pedophile get a little lady pregnant, we calculate measurements and the case calls for a C-section.
Diagnosis CPD

The spammer has never heard of CPD
Cephalo pelvic disproportion

Cephalo is a Greek prefix related to brain or head. Like encephalitis, hydro Cephalic. (Now they can do shunts for hydro-cephalics in utero before baby is delivered???)
shunt, or tube, into the child's head to drain the CSF

CSF
is abbreviated Latin

Hydro is \Greek root

cerebral gets its meaning from cerebrum, which is Latin for "brain

But the uneducated pro-abortion neurotics have a coniption fit if we call the baby a baby instead of Fetus.

They don't go
hysterical if we say brain instead of cerebrum. \


CRANIO- Meaning: "of the skull," from Latinized combining form of Greek kranion "skull" (see cranium)


So if we do a craniotomy (burr holes of even a bone flap}

Hysterical
Hyster is a prefix from

Latin hysteria, from hysteric, from Latin hystericus, from Ancient Greek ὑστερικός (husterikós, “suffering in the uterus, hysterical”), from ὑστέρα (hustéra, “womb”).

Authentic Nouveau offers a learning opportunity again.
Well, personally I learned that English words have foreign roots at age seven or eight. It is good that you have caught up with the rest of us. All you need to do know is learn that a words roots do not necessarily mean the same as the English definition, and that words change their meaning over time. I would recommend "Made in America" by Bill Bryson, if you are interested in this subject. You would learn a lot. You might even learn the difference between being amusing and being dense.
 

Beloved Daughter

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Hysterical when pro-abortion tribes watch how honest people substitute baby for fiːtəs

People who don't want to face the facts resort to name calling, and obfuscation. They use these tactics to avoid having to discuss, size and level of development. No matter what they say, they know there is a baby in the uterus. It does not help their POV, it simply demonstrates that even they know a sham when they post one. LOL!
 

J regia

Member
People who don't want to face the facts resort to name calling, and obfuscation. They use these tactics to avoid having to discuss, size and level of development. No matter what they say, they know there is a baby in the uterus. It does not help their POV, it simply demonstrates that even they know a sham when they post one. LOL!
Did the writers of Numbers 5:20-28 care whether or not an embryo or a zygote is called a baby when they commanded the termination of pregnancies of adulteresses
 

Beloved Daughter

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Did the writers of Numbers 5:20-28 care whether or not an embryo or a zygote is called a baby when they commanded the termination of pregnancies of adulteresses

It's pointless to talk about scripture with one who does not really want to discuss it. Now, I have saved all the posts where you posted the same thing over and over. CARM has rules against such posting. Here let me quote it for you.

Spamming:
  1. Spamming in any form not permitted, you may not post the same post or thread more than once on forums. Using the CARM instant message programs is also prohibited, including promotion, invitations to websites, advertisements of any sort. The Administration may have the ability to view sampling of IM messages for security purposes. Any poster attempting to spam the CARM posters pm's or emails will be immediately suspended from the CARM forums when reports received.
    1. The boards are for discussion, not for promotion. In other words, you may post an opinion and even promote an idea that is contrary to scripture, but continued ignoring of responses (avoiding discussion of a position you promote) will result in the post being deleted and/or posting privileges being revoked. A poster certainly need not respond to every question in discussion but must show interest in discussion with responses to their topics or papers posted, and be active in response to discussions they have initiated. Again, you may not spam the forums with papers in refusing to participate in activity and discussion and may post a thread/post only one time, may not post same thread on more than one board. Remember, these are "discussion" boards, not "promotion" boards.
Think it over.
 

J regia

Member
It's pointless to talk about scripture with one who does not really want to discuss it. Now, I have saved all the posts where you posted the same thing over and over. CARM has rules against such posting. Here let me quote it for you.

Spamming:
  1. Spamming in any form not permitted, you may not post the same post or thread more than once on forums.Using the CARM instant message programs is also prohibited, including promotion, invitations to websites, advertisements of any sort. The Administration may have the ability to view sampling of IM messages for security purposes. Any poster attempting to spam the CARM posters pm's or emails will be immediately suspended from the CARM forums when reports received.
    1. The boards are for discussion, not for promotion. In other words, you may post an opinion and even promote an idea that is contrary to scripture, but continued ignoring of responses (avoiding discussion of a position you promote) will result in the post being deleted and/or posting privileges being revoked. A poster certainly need not respond to every question in discussion but must show interest in discussion with responses to their topics or papers posted, and be active in response to discussions they have initiated. Again, you may not spam the forums with papers in refusing to participate in activity and discussion and may post a thread/post only one time, may not post same thread on more than one board. Remember, these are "discussion" boards, not "promotion" boards.
Think it over.
So why is it spamming to discuss what the bible actually says and means?

And where else on this forum have I posted the same post about the definition of an embryo and zygote, and whether or not they are children?
 
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Beloved Daughter

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So why is it spamming to discuss what the bible actually says and means?

And where else on this forum have I posted the same post about the definition of an embryo and zygote, and whether or not they are children?
I have documented 20 posts on this scripture in one thread. I'm happy to produce it. To introduce those same verses in a completely different thread is the very definition of spamming the boards.

I never make claims for which I have no evidence.

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J regia

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None of those posts you quoted are the same. Nor are any of them about whether or not embryos and zygotes are babies.

And none of them are simply "evidence please", "unsupported assertion", "projection"............ as posted by one particular poster over and over ad nauseum.

It's pointless to talk about scripture with one who does not really want to discuss it. And it's your choice if you don't believe what the bible actually says and means, and just reject anything that disagrees with your personal opinion.
 

Beloved Daughter

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None of those posts you quoted are the same. Nor are any of them about whether or not embryos and zygotes are babies.

And none of them are simply "evidence please", "unsupported assertion", "projection"............ as posted by one particular poster over and over ad nauseum.

It's pointless to talk about scripture with one who does not really want to discuss it. And it's your choice if you don't believe what the bible actually says and means, and just reject anything that disagrees with your personal opinion.

Each one of those posts include the verses in Numbers that you don't understand. I have archived every one of them..
 

J regia

Member
That's still just your personal opinion, and your claims that that commandment is about magic spells and magic potions and sore thighs and upset stomachs has no credibility.
 

Diogenes

Member
People who don't want to face the facts resort to name calling, and obfuscation. They use these tactics to avoid having to discuss, size and level of development. No matter what they say, they know there is a baby in the uterus. It does not help their POV, it simply demonstrates that even they know a sham when they post one. LOL!

If anything, the distinction in terms is done in order to distinguish stages of development.
 

Temujin

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If anything, the distinction in terms is done in order to distinguish stages of development.
True, but there is more to it than that. Calling a foetus a baby demean babies. Babies are, or mostly are, a source of wonder and delight. Calling a group of cells on a petri dish, a baby, devalues the word to the point it becomes meaningless, particularly when the petri dish is then washed by a lab worker and the "baby" is flushed away. In an attempt to elevate the embryo or the foetus into something it is not, the use of "baby" just cheapens the term.

A similar thing happens when abortion is called murder. Instead of an horrific act laden with malice, "murder" becomes every day employment for thousands of respectable and honest people. Apart from the obvious legal falsity of the term, it is robbed of its force by applying it to the banal.

Pregnancy is about wanting a baby, about looking forward to having a baby. What is developing inside will hopefully become a baby. It isn't one until it is born.
 

Diogenes

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Calling a group of cells on a petri dish, a baby, devalues the word to the point it becomes meaningless, particularly when the petri dish is then washed by a lab worker and the "baby" is flushed away. In an attempt to elevate the embryo or the foetus into something it is not, the use of "baby" just cheapens the term.

It would be much easier to wash out cells if they were not referred to as a baby. No matter what those cells are called, they are still unique in their DNA, alive, and human. They merely aren't persons.


A similar thing happens when abortion is called murder. Instead of an horrific act laden with malice, "murder" becomes every day employment for thousands of respectable and honest people. Apart from the obvious legal falsity of the term, it is robbed of its force by applying it to the banal.

While abortion is not legally murder, it is still the destruction of human life. Whether or not it's a person depends on the stage of development.

Pregnancy is about wanting a baby, about looking forward to having a baby. What is developing inside will hopefully become a baby. It isn't one until it is born.

Not wanting a baby wouldn't make a female any less pregnant. It's a biological state. Form the moment of conception it's human and alive, only personhood would require development as a criterion.
 
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