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primigravida

[prahy-mi-grav-i-duh]
noun, plural primigravidas, primigravidae [prahy-mi-grav-i-dee] . Obstetrics.
a woman pregnant for the first time.

Origin:
1885–90; < Neo-Latin, equivalent to Latin prīmi-, combining form of prīmus first (see prime) + gravida, feminine of gravidus pregnant (see gravid), on the model of primipara

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primigravida (ˌpraɪmɪˈɡrævɪdə)
 
n , pl -das, -dae
obstetrics a woman who is pregnant for the first time
 
[C19: New Latin, from Latin prima first + gravidagravid (woman)]

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primigravida pri·mi·grav·i·da (prī'mĭ-grāv'ĭ-də)
n.
A woman in her first pregnancy.

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