Definition of nullipara in English:

nullipara

noun

Medicine Zoology
  • A woman (or female animal) that has never given birth.

    Compare with primipara
    • ‘The key finding was a significant reduction in the overall obstetric intervention rate, for otherwise healthy nulliparae would previously have received augmentation of labour.’

Origin

Late 19th century: modern Latin, from Latin nullus none + -para (feminine of -parus), from parere bear children.

Pronunciation:

nullipara

/nʌˈlɪp(ə)rə/