primipara

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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Latin prīmipara (pregnant for the first time; having given birth to only one offspring; primiparous),[1] from prīmus (first) + parere[2] (from pariō (to bear, give birth to; to beget, produce), ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *per- (to carry forth)). The word is cognate with French primipare.

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Particularly: "RP"
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Particularly: "GA"

NounEdit

primipara (plural primiparas or primiparae)

  1. (obstetrics, veterinary medicine) A woman or female animal during or after her first pregnancy. [from mid 19th c.]
    Synonyms: primigravid, primigravida, primip
    Antonyms: multigravid, multigravida, multip, multipara
  2. (obstetrics, veterinary medicine, specifically) A woman or female animal that has carried a first pregnancy to a viable gestational age.
    Synonym: primip
    Antonyms: multip, multipara

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NounEdit

primipara f (plural primipare)

  1. primipara, primigravid