Definition of Para I

1. Noun. (obstetrics) woman who has been delivered of a child for the first time.

Exact synonyms: Primipara
Category relationships: Midwifery, Ob, Obstetrics, Tocology
Generic synonyms: Female Parent, Mother
Derivative terms: Primiparous



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Para I

papyruses
paquebot
paquebots
par
par excellence
par for the course
par value
par yield
par yields
para
para-
para-actinomycosis
para-aortic bodies
para-appendicitis
para I (current term)
para aminobenzoic acid
para nut
para red
para reds
para rubber
para rubber tree
paraaminobenzoic acid
paraballism
parabanic
parabanic acid
parabariomicrolite
parabasal body
parabasal filament

Literary usage of Para I

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1. Dictionary and Grammar of the Language of Saʻa and Ulawa, Solomon Islands by Walter George Ivens (1918)
"S., maana para, U., a gate, para'i tr., to defend, to protect, ... sunshade of plaited coconut leaf worn when fishing. para'i nima U., knuckle. para'ita 1. ..."

2. Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers by American Institute of Electrical Engineers (1906)
"The United States navy has specified these tests for the last two years, and as their specifications call for 40 per cent, pure para I think they are ..."

3. Transactions of the American Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists by American Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (1921)
"Mrs. D., para i; month of fetal death, three and one-half; retention in ... Mrs. T., para i; month of fetal death, fourth; retention г« utero, three months. ..."

4. Hooker's Journal of Botany and Kew Garden Miscellany by William Jackson Hooker (1851)
"... valley of the Amazon—are here quite different ia specie*, ami partly in genera, from those of Santarem and Para, I hare bee» glad to meet with abundance ..."

5. A Tramp Trip: How to See Europe on Fifty Cents a Day by Lee Meriwether (1886)
"I was willing to leave, but not without my one hundred para. I extended my ... There was no sign of my one hundred para. I looked the Turk square in the ..."

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