Chopunnish for mears or gelings but they will not exchange altho we offer 2 for one; we came to a resolution to castrate them and began the operation this evening one of the indians present offered his services on this occasion.
Cut each other very much and as we Can't exchange them we think it best to Castrate them and began the opperation this evening one of the Indians present offered his Services on this occasion.
To remove or extirpate the ovaries of, as a sow or a bitch; tocastrate (a female animal).
To deprive of virile or procreative power; tocastrate power; to castrate; to geld.
It will be easiest tocastrate the kids between the age of two and four weeks.
One large breeder who supplied bucks to some tributary country, said that he thought that it was a shame to castrate a buck, no matter how bad he might be.
Valesians castrate themselves and those who partake of their hospitality, thinking that after this manner, they ought to serve God.
The response to the revolution in the cell-republic of the castrate by the other endocrines, the thyroid, the pituitary, and the adrenals, determines which it is to be.
The Hebrews placarded castration an unpardonable sin, making it a sin to castrate even animals.
To castrate an individual means to cut him off from the tree of the species upon which he grows, and thus severed, leave him to wither: hence the degradation of his mental and physical powers.
A low impure caste of the Maratha Districts, who act as village musicians and castrate bullocks, while their women serve as midwives.
Occupation The caste beat drums at village festivals, and castrate cattle, and they also make brooms and mats of date-palm and keep leeches for blood-letting.
Those of the Sand or bull sept will not castrate bullocks themselves, and must have this operation performed on their plough-bullocks by others.
It is, however, neither necessary to castrate nor is it suggested by those who, like myself, would like to see the sterilization of those totally unfit for parenthood made an immediate possibility, indeed made compulsory.