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multipara

 [mul-tip´ah-rah]
a woman who has had two or more pregnancies resulting in viable offspring; called also pluripara. adj., adj multip´arous.
grand multipara a woman who has had six or more pregnancies that resulted in viable offspring.

mul·tip·a·ra

(mŭl-tip'ă-ră),
A woman who has given birth at least twice to an infant, liveborn or not, weighing 500 g or more, or having an estimated length of gestation of at least 20 weeks.
[multi- + L. pario, to bring forth, to bear]

multipara

/mul·tip·a·ra/ (mul-tip´ah-rah) a woman who has had two or more pregnancies resulting in viable fetuses, whether or not the offspring were alive at birth.multip´arous
grand multipara  a woman who has had six or more pregnancies resulting in viable fetuses.

multipara

(mŭl-tĭp′ər-ə)
n. pl. multipa·ras also multipa·rae (-rē)
A woman who has given birth two or more times.

multipara

[multip′ərə] pl. multiparae
Etymology: L multus + parere, to bear
a woman who has delivered more than one viable infant. Also called pluripara. Compare multigravida, nullipara, primipara.

multipara

Obstetrics A woman who has completed 2 or more pregancies resulting in the birth of live infants, or to the point of viability. Cf Multigravida.

mul·tip·a·ra

(mŭl-tip'ă-ră)
A woman who has given birth at least twice to an infant, liveborn or not, weighing 500 g or more, or having an estimated length of gestation of at least 20 weeks.
[multi- + L. pario, to bring forth, to bear]

multipara

A woman who has carried at least two babies to a viable stage or who has delivered more than one live baby.

multipara

a female which has had two or more pregnancies resulting in viable offspring.
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