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stork mark  n.— «Stork mark Pink macular mark, localized over the forehead, face, or nape of the neck in the newborn (angel’s kiss, salmon patch, stork bit, naevus simplex, erythema nuchae). Represents the fetal circulatory pattern in the...

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stork mark  n.— «Stork marks, reddish patches on the back of the neck at the base of the skull, on the eyelids or the forehead, will usually fade within a year or two.» —by Miranda Castro Homeopathy for Pregnancy, Birth, and Your...

stork mark

stork mark n. an impermanent blemish on the skin of a newborn baby. Etymological Note: From the folk story that newborns are brought to families by storks. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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stork mark  n.— «My 16 month old baby still has stork marks on her forehead and upper eyelids. The pediatrician says they will fade but doesn’t say when.» —“How to Keep Well” by T.R. Van Dellen Chicago Daily...

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stork mark  n.— «Our baby has dark red hand marks on her cheek. Do these marks go away?…Yes, if they are stork marks, but no, if they are birthmarks. Bring this matter to the attention of your physician.» —“How to Keep...

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stork mark  n.— «Emma was born on 13 February this year—Friday the 13th. She had a couple of stork marks—also known as salmon patches—on the back of her scalp. These are common and, though they don’t usually fade, are soon covered by...