Translation of circumcision in Spanish:

circumcision

circuncisión, n.

Pronunciation /səːkəmˈsɪʒ(ə)n//ˈsərkəmˌsɪʒən/

noun

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    circuncisión feminine
    • Sometimes circumcision is carried out for religious reasons.
    • As furor over female genital mutilation grows, so does the criticism of male circumcision.
    • In the past, young boys underwent ritual circumcision at a relatively late age.
    • Kubu was once used as a site for the initiation and circumcision of young boys.
    • This is an extremely rare type of cancer, and circumcision may only offer protection if done in childhood, not during puberty.
    • Although circumcision is carried out more often on babies and young boys, it can be performed on men of any age.
    • The bris, or ritual circumcision, takes place eight days after birth.
    • Male circumcision is one of the most common surgical operations done worldwide and is considered by many to be a minor procedure.
    • At present, circumcision is only available on health grounds at the majority of the country's hospitals.
    • Infant male circumcision as practised by the Jews occurs on the eighth day after birth.
    • Male circumcision is the most commonly performed surgical operation in the United States.
    • Young men who undergo circumcision at the same time become part of a social group that lasts for a lifetime.
    • I am a pediatric surgeon who has observed numerous circumcisions done by excellent Mohelim.
    • Brit Milah, or circumcision, is performed on a Jewish male eight days after he is born.
    • Ever since Abraham, circumcision was the way Jews marked their covenant with God.
    • Male initiation in the form of circumcision is practiced among most Xhosa groups.
    • In an effort to meet what he believes are his younger mistress' true desires, Nick even undergoes adult circumcision.
    • Some groups practice circumcision of boys aged ten to twelve to mark their passage into manhood.
    • There is nothing moral or immoral about the choices we make about circumcision.
    • The wanted them to face charges of practising circumcision without a permit.