Translation of circumcise in Spanish:

circumcise

circuncidar, v.

Pronunciation /ˈsərkəmˌsaɪz//ˈsəːkəmsʌɪz/

transitive verb

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    circuncidar
    • At first my husband and I were in agreement that we wouldn't circumcise him.
    • My husband and I are both Jewish, not practicing in the traditional sense, and we are debating whether to circumcise our son, soon to be born.
    • The author of Jubilees attacks those who failed to circumcise their sons, clearly implying that some did not.
    • Shemot Rabbah tells us that the Jews ceased circumcising their sons to blend in better with their Egyptian hosts.
    • In some parts of the world Sunni Muslims also circumcise for religious reasons.
    • A court ruled that an adult male could sue the doctor who circumcised him even though the parents had consented.
    • As a mother, over time I have come to regret that my son was circumcised.
    • God had directed Abraham to circumcise newborn males specifically on the eighth day.
    • As Muslims, all Turkmen males are circumcised, usually between the ages of three and seven.
    • My wife Devorah and I were resolute about our decision not to circumcise our son.
    • In the past, males were circumcised during the teen years.
    • His grandmother was upset that his parents did not want to circumcise him.
    • Some parents fear that their son will be teased if he is not circumcised.
    • Abraham obeyed God and circumcised his son Ishmael and all other males in his household.
    • In Europe at that time, only Jewish children were circumcised.
    • Jewish boys are circumcised eight days after birth in a religious ceremony called a bris.
    • A father who forcibly circumcises his son will not win his son's gratitude, affection, trust, or love.
    • He was circumcised, as required by the law, and he was a member of the tribe of Benjamin.
    • Some types of sexually transmitted infections are more common in uncircumcised than circumcised men.