in birth; before being carried out:
The scheme died aborning.
being born; coming into being, fruition, realization, etc.:
A new era of architecture is aborning.
And green things died and shriveled, aborning: The desert was dotted with dead cattle.
Still Jim Honor Willsie Morrow
(US) while being born, developed, or realized (esp in the phrase die aborning)
1893, American English, from a- (1) + born + -ing (2).
to bring forth a fetus from the uterus before the fetus is viable; miscarry. to develop incompletely; remain in a rudimentary or undeveloped state. to fail, cease, or stop at an early or premature stage. Military. to fail to accomplish a purpose or mission for any reason other than enemy action. Rocketry. (of a missile) […]
- Aborted systole
aborted systole aborted systole n. A loss of the systolic beat in the radial pulse through weakness of the ventricular contraction.
destruction of a fetus in the uterus; feticide. a drug or other agent that causes .
abortient abortient a·bor·tient (ə-bôr’shənt) adj. Abortifacient.