parturient \pahr-TOOR-ee-uhnt, adjective:
1. Bearing or about to bear young; travailing.
2. Pertaining to parturition.
3. Bringing forth or about to produce something, as an idea.
With a scornful snicker, he settled himself behind his desk, replaced the empty cigarette holder in his mouth and lapsed into parturient silence for a few moments.
— Joseph Heller, Catch 22
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— James Joyce, Ulysses
Prometheus or Hephaistos smote the head of the parturient god with an axe, and Athena leaped out fully armed.
— William F. Hansen, Handbook of Classical Mythology
Parturient is derived from the Latin word parturient- which literally meant “being in labor” or “desiring to bring forth.”