noun, plural pri·mip·a·ras, pri·mip·a·rae [prahy-mip-uh-ree] /praɪˈmɪp əˌri/. Obstetrics.
- primitive baptist,
- primitive cell,
- primitive church,
- primitive costal arch
Origin of primipara
Examples from the Web for primipara
It is also larger altogether, and softer, than in the primipara.
If the fetal head does not engage in a primipara, this fact at once suggests an absolutely or relatively narrow pelvis.
It is now very short, even in primipara, but in those who have borne children it is scarcely to be distinguished at all.
A dry labor in a primipara with an undilated cervix is a grave condition.
If the offspring of a primipara dies, it is sometimes buried in a place where jackals can get at it.Omens and Superstitions of Southern India|Edgar Thurston