From en- + womb.
enwomb (third-person singular simple present enwombs, present participle enwombing, simple past and past participle enwombed)
- (poetic, archaic) To place or cause to be contained in the womb; to make pregnant; to conceive.
- 1590, Edmund Spenser, The Faerie Queene, III.6:
- For not as other wemens commune brood / They were enwombed in the sacred throne / Of her chaste bodie [...].
2007, John Goldingay, David Payne, Isaiah 40-55 Vol 2: A Critical and Exegetical Commentary, Continuum International Publishing Group, ISBN 9780567030726:
- Dahood hypothesizes an occurrence of a verb rihham ('to conceive, enwomb')
- (poetic or archaic) To enclose.
- Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia, Vol. III, Page 1959, enwomb