natal

(redirected from natally)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Encyclopedia.

natal

 [na´tal]
1. pertaining to birth.

na·tal

(nā'tăl),
1. Relating to birth.
2. Relating to the buttocks or nates.

natal

/na·tal/ (nāt´'l)
1. pertaining to birth.

natal

(nāt′l)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or accompanying birth: natal injuries.
2. Of or associated with the time or place of one's birth: a natal star.

natal

[nā′təl]
1 [L, natus] pertaining to birth.
2 [L, nates] pertaining to the nates, or buttocks.

na·tal

(nā'tăl)
1. Relating to birth.
2. Relating to the buttocks or nates.
[L. natalis, fr. nascor, pp. natus, to be born]

natal

1. Pertaining to birth.
2. Pertaining to the buttocks.

natal

pertaining to birth.

natal

1. pertaining to birth.
2. pertaining to the nates (buttocks).

Patient discussion about natal

Q. Can autism occur in more than one child? We’re a couple in our early thirties, and have a 8 years old son that was diagnosed with autism. It’s not easy to rear him, but now we feel we are ready for another child. However, we are very worried – our first son was born healthy, and only couple of years later he was diagnosed with autism. We love him very much, but we feel another child with autism will be just beyond our energies. What are the chances we will have another child with autism? Is there any way to diagnose the baby during pregnancy?

A. YES

More discussions about natal
References in periodicals archive ?
Jeff said that he is not bothered by the age difference and denied that he is trying to take advantage of Natally in order to be famous.
63%) Pulmonary Embolism 0 0 0 Death 0 0 0 POST NATALLY Post-partum Eclampsia 0 0 1(2.
Kelly Nascimento Silva (I) Rafael Pio (I) * Maraisa Hellen Tadeu (I) Cynthia Natally de Assis (I) Paula Nogueira Curi (I) Pedro Henrique Abreu Moura (I) Leonardo Silva Patto (I)
Vinicius Daher Alvares Delfino (1), Natally Marques Santiago (1), Altair Jacob Mocelin (1), Luiz Fernando Kunii (1) and Andre Luiz Bortoliero (2)
Dunbar's children are signs of progress rather than patronage; once natally alienated, they are now portrayed as the nations heirs apparent.
I would advise them on what to expect in theatre and how to cope post- natally.