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Cradle Cap
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Cranioclasm
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Cranioclasm: The crushing of a childs head, as with the cranioclast or craniotomy forceps in cases of very difficult delivery. Dunglison.
Creche
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Creche: A public nursery, where the young children of poor women are cared for during the day, while their mothers are at work.
Cripple
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Cripple: To deprive of the use of a limb, particularly of a leg or foot to lame. He had crippled the joints of the noble child. Sir W. Scott. To deprive of strength, acti
Cross-birth
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Cross-birth: Any preternatural labor, in whiche the boly of the child lies across the pelvis of the mother, so that the shoulder, arm, or trunk is the part first presente
Cunning
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Cunning: Knowledge art skill dexterity. [Archaic] Let my right hand forget her cunning. Ps. cxxxvii. A carpenters desert Stands more in cunning than in power. Chapman. Th
Cystic fibrosis
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Cystic fibrosis: Inherited childrens disease in which there is fibrosis of the pancreas and respiratory infections
Cytula
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Cytula: The fertilized egg cell or parent cell, from the development of which the child or other organism is formed. H?ckel.
Dad
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Dad: Father a word sometimes used by children. I was never so bethumped withwords, Since I first called my brothers father dad. Shak.
Daddle
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Daddle: To toddle to walk unsteadily, like a child or an old man hence, to do anything slowly or feebly.
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