excidere

excidere
index eradicate, extirpate

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  • échoir — [ eʃwar ] v. intr. et défectif <conjug. : il échoit (vx échet), ils échoient; il échut; il échoira (vx écherra); il échoirait; échéant, échu> • XIIe; lat. pop. °excadere, class. excidere → choir 1 ♦ Être dévolu par le sort ou par un hasard …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • exzidieren — (operativ) entfernen; herausschneiden; ausschneiden * * * ex|zi|die|ren 〈V. tr.; hat; Med.〉 herausschneiden [<lat. excidere „ausschneiden, abhauen“] * * * ex|zi|die|ren <sw. V.; hat [lat. excidere = herausschneiden] (Med.) …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Exzision — Ex|zi|si|on 〈f. 20; Med.〉 das Herausschneiden, operative Entfernung (von Gewebe, Geschwülsten) [→ exzidieren] * * * Ex|zi|si|on, die; , en [lat. excisio = das Ausschneiden, zu: excisum, 2. Part. von: excidere, ↑ exzidieren] (Med.): das Exzidieren …   Universal-Lexikon

  • exciser — [ ɛksize ] v. tr. <conjug. : 1> • XVIe; du rad. de excision ♦ Enlever par excision. Exciser une tumeur. Spécialt Pratiquer l excision du clitoris sur (une fille, une femme). P. p. adj. Fillettes africaines excisées. ● exciser verbe… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • excision — [ ɛksizjɔ̃ ] n. f. • 1340; lat. excisio, de excidere « couper » 1 ♦ Ablation, au moyen d un instrument tranchant (d un fragment peu volumineux d organe ou de tissu). ⇒ incision; ectomie; exérèse, extirpation. Excision d un cor. Excision des… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Excide — Ex*cide , v. t. [L. excidere, excisum; ex out + caedere to cut. See {Concise}, and cf. {Excise} to cut off.] To cut off. [R.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Excise — Ex*cise , n. [Apparently fr. L. excisum cut off, fr. excidere to cut out or off; ex out, off + caedere to cut; or, as the word was formerly written accise, fr. F. accise, LL. accisia, as if fr. L. accidere, accisum, to cut into; ad + caedere to… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • excision — noun Etymology: Middle French, from Latin excision , excisio, from excidere Date: 1541 the act or procedure of removing by or as if by cutting out; especially surgical removal or resection • excisional adjective …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • excise — I. noun Etymology: obsolete Dutch excijs (now accijns), from Middle Dutch, probably modification of Old French assise session, assessment more at assize Date: 15th century 1. an internal tax levied on the manufacture, sale, or consumption of a… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Excision — Als Exzision (lat. excidere: (her)aushauen, schneiden, abhauen) wird in der Medizin das chirurgische Entfernen von Gewebe aus dem Körper bezeichnet. Das entsprechende Verb lautet exzidieren. Hierbei wird im Unterschied zur Inzision das betroffene …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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