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midwife

noun /ˈmidwaif/ ( plural midwives /-waivz/)
a person (usually a trained nurse) who helps at the birth of children.
comadrona, partera, matrona
midwifery /midˈwi-, (American) ˈmidwai-/ noun
obstetricia
Translations of “midwife”
in Korean 산파…
in Arabic قابِلة…
in French sage-femme…
in Italian ostetrica, levatrice…
in Chinese (Traditional) 助產士,接生員, 產婆…
in Russian акушерка…
in Turkish doğum hemşiresi, ebe…
in Polish położna…
in Portuguese parteira…
in German die Hebamme…
in Catalan llevador, -a…
in Japanese 助産婦…
in Chinese (Simplified) 助产士,接生员, 产婆…
(Definition of midwife from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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