in statu nascendi
Definition of in statu nascendi
: in the nascent state produce the aldehyde in statu nascendi — C. D. Hurd : in the course of being formed or developed if … isolation can promote the formation of full species, such species must in statu nascendi pass through a phase of less than specific distinction — Fridthjof Økland
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Origin and Etymology of in statu nascendi
Latin, in the state of being born
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