Noun(1) a region of eastern South Africa on the Indian Ocean(2) a port city in northeastern Brazil
Adjective(1) relating to or accompanying birth(2) of or relating to the buttocks
(1) Purdah is observed much more loosely and sometimes not at all by women when they are with their natal families.(2) The first was the birth or natal status of the child defined by social and canonical conventions, and the social status of the parents.(3) Young salmon spend up to three years in their natal streams before migrating to the sea.(4) Sharp-shinned Hawks tend to use specific flyways during migration, which reflect their natal or breeding origins.(5) A second patient brought mobile phone images of his partner's episodic natal cleft rash, which had defied GP and dermatological diagnosis for 3 years.(6) The Aphelops bias is similar and could be explained as a natal birth bias.(7) Similarly, of the 39 juveniles that departed, 35% departed to a wetland unit not in their natal region.(8) Another aspect of their subordination is that children's natal origins could be erased in the process of their circulation.(9) Although natal teeth are frequently found in normal infants, they are more often present in newborns with cleft palate.(10) Most women give birth in their natal households, to which they return when childbirth is near.(11) Unlike the stereotype of salmon returning unerringly to their natal streams, salmon are innately resilient and opportunistic.(12) A 58 year old man was referred to the surgical clinic with a swelling in the natal cleft thought to be a pilonidal mass or abscess.(13) This was a fate shared by many women in this time, a result of a high birth rate and poor natal care.(14) The distribution of psoriasis on extensor surfaces, scalp and natal cleft helps distinguish psoriasis from discoid eczema.(15) The operation consists of making a 5-7cm incision, usually in the natal cleft crease.(16) Instead, it offered information that might satisfy children's future curiosity about natal origins.
(1) natal :: natal
1. natural ::
2. born ::
3. natal ::
4. inherent ::
5. innate ::
6. native ::
Different Formsnatal, postnatal
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