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Primigravida

ˌpriːmɪˈɡravɪdə

Meanings of Primigravida:

noun

A woman who is pregnant for the first time.

Usage examples:

The one who delivered at the hospital was considered an older primigravida for that time.

Priming

prʌɪm

Meanings of Priming:

noun

A substance that prepares something for use or action.

Usage examples:

He checked the priming of his gun
verb

Make (something) ready for use or action.

Meanings of Primiparae:

noun

A woman who is giving birth for the first time.

Usage examples:

We restricted the analysis to primiparae (73.5% of whom reported no previous pregnancies) because d…

Meanings of Primiparity:

noun

The condition of being primiparous.

Primiparous

praɪˈmɪp.ər.əs

Meanings of Primiparous:

adjective

Producing a child or young animal for the first time, or having produced only one child or young animal

Usage examples:

The sample consisted of children of primiparous mothers recruited while receiving prenatal care., t…

Meanings of Primipilar:

noun

= primipilus .

Meanings of Primitiae:

noun

First fruits or first produce; specifically = "annate" now chiefly historical and figurative.

Meanings of Primitial:

adjective

Of, relating to, or of the nature of, primitiae or first-fruits.

Meanings of Primitive:

adjective

Relating to, denoting, or preserving the character of an early stage in the evolutionary or historical development of something.

Usage examples:

Primitive mammals
noun

A person belonging to a preliterate, non-industrial society.

Usage examples:

Reports of travellers and missionaries described contemporary primitives

Primitively

ˈprɪm.ɪ.tɪv.li

Meanings of Primitively:

adverb

In a way that is basic, unpleasant, or uncomfortable

Usage examples:

By modern standards the house was built primitively, out of great blocks of stone., the band headed…

Meanings of Primitives:

noun

A person belonging to a preliterate, non-industrial society.

Usage examples:

Reports of travellers and missionaries described contemporary primitives
adjective

Relating to, denoting, or preserving the character of an early stage in the evolutionary or historical development of something.

Usage examples:

Primitive mammals

Primitivism

ˈprɪmɪtɪvɪz(ə)m

Meanings of Primitivism:

noun

A belief in the value of what is simple and unsophisticated, expressed as a philosophy of life or through art or literature.

Usage examples:

The stark primitivism of the music

Meanings of Primitivistic:

adjective

Primitivist.

Primly

ˈprɪm.li

Meanings of Primly:

adverb

In a very formal and correct way

Usage examples:

Primly dressed, "certainly not," he replied primly.

Meanings of Primmed:

verb

Purse (the mouth or lips) into a prim expression.

Usage examples:

Laurie primmed up his mouth
adjective

Feeling or showing disapproval of anything regarded as improper; stiffly correct.

Usage examples:

A very prim and proper lady

Primmer

prɪm

Meanings of Primmer:

adjective

Feeling or showing disapproval of anything regarded as improper; stiffly correct.

Usage examples:

A very prim and proper lady
verb

Purse (the mouth or lips) into a prim expression.

Usage examples:

Laurie primmed up his mouth

Comparative of prim disapproving

Meanings of Primmest:

adjective

Feeling or showing disapproval of anything regarded as improper; stiffly correct.

Usage examples:

A very prim and proper lady
verb

Purse (the mouth or lips) into a prim expression.

Usage examples:

Laurie primmed up his mouth

Superlative of prim disapproving

Meanings of Primming:

verb

Purse (the mouth or lips) into a prim expression.

Usage examples:

Laurie primmed up his mouth
adjective

Feeling or showing disapproval of anything regarded as improper; stiffly correct.

Usage examples:

A very prim and proper lady

Primo

ˈpriː.məʊ

Meanings of Primo:

noun

The leading or upper part in a duet.

Usage examples:

I couldn't resist recording the secondo on my disklavier and playing the primo along with it.
adjective

Of top quality or importance.

Usage examples:

The primo team in the land

Meanings of Primogenial:

adjective

= primigenial .

Meanings of Primogenitive:

adjective

Primogenital.

Primogenitor

ˌprʌɪmə(ʊ)ˈdʒɛnɪtə

Meanings of Primogenitor:

noun

An ancestor, especially the earliest ancestor of a people; a progenitor.

Usage examples:

The primogenitor of countless domesticated breeds is the red junglefowl of southern asia.

Meanings of Primogenitors:

noun

An ancestor, especially the earliest ancestor of a people; a progenitor.

Usage examples:

The primogenitor of countless domesticated breeds is the red junglefowl of southern asia.

Primogeniture

ˌpraɪ.məʊˈdʒen.ɪ.tʃər

Meanings of Primogeniture:

noun

The state of being the firstborn child.

Usage examples:

Maui and tahaki are famous mythological heroes in polynesia and they have more powerful manas than …

Primordia

prʌɪˈmɔːdɪəm

Meanings of Primordia:

noun

An organ, structure, or tissue in the earliest stage of development.

Usage examples:

The primordium of the pituitary

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