noun, plural grav·i·das, grav·i·dae [grav-i-dee] /ˈgræv ɪˌdi/. Obstetrics.
a woman's status regarding pregnancy; usually followed by a roman numeral designating the number of times the woman has been pregnant.
a pregnant woman.
Origin of gravida
1925–30; < New Latin, Latin: feminine of gravidus pregnant, laden; see gravid
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n. pl. grav•i•das
A pregnant woman.
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