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So, we aren't shortening "primipara" into primip, but rather "primigravida" into primip? It does sound cuter than primig.
And, a nullipara, at least according to Oxhorn-foote, is a woman who has not yet delivered a baby at term (or viability). A nulligravida is one who has never been pregnant. Anyway, color me confused.
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