noun see sacralize

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  • Sacralization — can mean: * to make sacred; sanctification * Sacralization (medicine) …   Wikipedia

  • sacralization — See sacralize. * * * …   Universalium

  • sacralization — noun a) To dedicate and sanctify a structure such as a church or religious school for a sacred purpose. b) A developmental abnormality in which the first sacral vertebra becomes fused with the fifth lumbar veterbra. Ant: desanctification,… …   Wiktionary

  • sacralization — Lumbar development and appearance of the first sacral vertebra. * * * sa·cral·iza·tion .sā krə lə zā shən also Brit sa·cral·isa·tion .lī zā n incorporation (as of the last lumbar vertebra or any of its parts) into the sacrum specif a congenital… …   Medical dictionary

  • sacralization — sacral·iza·tion …   English syllables

  • sacralization — n. abnormal fusion of the fifth lumbar vertebra with the sacrum …   The new mediacal dictionary

  • sacralization — ˌsakrələ̇ˈzāshən, ˌsāk , ˌlīˈz noun ( s) Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary sacral (I) + ization : incorporation (as of the last lumbar vertebra or any of its parts) into the sacrum; specifically …   Useful english dictionary

  • sacralize — sacralization, n. /say kreuh luyz , sak reuh /, v.t., sacralized, sacralizing. to make sacred; imbue with sacred character, esp. through ritualized devotion: a society that sacralized science. Also, esp. Brit., sacralise. [1930 35; SACRAL1 + IZE] …   Universalium

  • Bertolotti syndrome — sacralization of the fifth lumbar vertebra together with sciatica and scoliosis …   Medical dictionary

  • Christopher Partridge — Christopher Hugh Partridge (born 1961) is an author, editor, professor at Lancaster University, and founding Co director of the Centre for the Study of Religion and Popular Culture.[1] According to Gordon Lynch, Partridge is a leading scholar of… …   Wikipedia

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