noun see micturate

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  • Micturition — Mic tu*ri tion, n. [L. micturire to desire to make water, v. desid. fr. mingere, mictum, to make water.] The act of voiding urine; urination; also, a morbidly frequent passing of the urine, in consequence of disease. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • micturition — (n.) 1725, the need very badly to urinate, from L. micturitum, from pp. of micturire to desire to urinate, desiderative of mingere to urinate, from PIE *meigh to urinate (Cf. Skt. mehati urinates; Avestan maezaiti urinates; Gk. omeikhein to… …   Etymology dictionary

  • micturition — [mik΄tyo͞o rish′ən, mik΄tərish′ən] n. [< L micturitus, pp. of micturire, to desire to urinate < mingere, to urinate < meiere, to urinate < IE base * meiĝh > MASH] the act of urinating …   English World dictionary

  • Micturition — Urination, the act of urinating. The word "micturition" comes from the Latin "micturire" which has a slightly different meaning, namely "to want to urinate." [A contribution entitled "Fetal Micturition" to… …   Medical dictionary

  • Micturition syncope — or post micturition syncope is the name given to the human phenomenon of fainting shortly after or during urination. People often become pale, nauseated, sweaty and weak before they lose consciousness. Sometimes even defecating, coughing or… …   Wikipedia

  • micturition centers — centers in the brain and spinal cord that control functioning of the bladder and urethra in micturition; see pontine micturition c. and sacral micturition c …   Medical dictionary

  • Micturition syncope — The temporary loss of consciousness upon urinating. (Syncope is the temporary loss of consciousness or, in plain English, fainting). The situations that trigger this reaction are diverse and include having blood drawn, straining while urinating… …   Medical dictionary

  • micturition — /mik cheuh rish euhn/, n. the act of passing urine; urination. [1715 25; < L micturi(re) to desire to urinate (see MICTURATE) + TION] * * * …   Universalium

  • micturition — noun urination …   Wiktionary

  • micturition — (mi ktu ri sion) s. f. Terme de médecine. Besoin fréquent de rendre l urine. ÉTYMOLOGIE    Lat. micturire, désidératif de mingere (voy. miction) …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

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