Unborn vs Prenate - What's the difference?
As nouns the difference between unborn and prenate
is that unborn
is (countable) a single offspring at any stage of gestation while prenate
is an unborn offspring at any stage of gestation.
As an adjective unborn
is not yet born; yet to come; future.
not yet born; yet to come; future.
not yet delivered; still existing in the mother's womb.
existing without birth or beginning.
(countable) A single offspring at any stage of gestation.
* 2009 , Catherine Playoust & Ellen Bradshaw Aitken, "The Leaping Child: Imagining the Unborn in Early Christian Literature", in Imagining the Fetus: The Unborn in Myth, Religion, and Culture (eds. Vanessa R. Sasson & Jane Marie Law), Oxford University Press (2009), ISBN 9780195380040,
(uncountable) offspring collectively.
- Whereas the lack of a child brings shame upon Anna and Joachim, the converse holds true for Mary: the existence of an unborn in the womb of a woman who is supposed to be a virgin causes great scandal.
- Inheritance law allows property to be left to the unborn .
An unborn offspring at any stage of gestation.
* 2000 , Carista Luminaire-Rosen, Parenting Begins Before Conception: A Guide to Preparing Body, Mind, and Spirit for You and Your Future Child , Healing Arts Press (2000), ISBN 0892818271,
- Compositions by such classical composers as Bach, Mozart, Hadyn, Handel, Fasch, and Vivaldi are excellent for the pregnant mom. It has been commonly noted that prenates do not like hard-rock music.