gravido-, gravid- +

(Latin: pregnant, pregnancy [from grav-, heavy])

decigravida
A woman who is pregnant for the tenth time.
geodetic gravimetry
The science or technique of measuring gravitational acceleration for the purpose of determining the size and shape of the earth.
gravid
1. Being with child; heavy with young; pregnant.
2. An advanced stage of pregnancy.
gravida
A pregnant woman.
gravidic
1. Taking place during or occurring in pregnancy.
2. Relating to pregnancy or a pregnant woman.
gravidism
1. Pregnancy, or the sum of symptoms, signs, and conditions associated with it.
2. The condition of having a developing embryo or fetus in the body after union of an ovum and spermatozoon.
graviditas
Pregnancy, the condition of having a developing embryo or fetus in the body, after union of an ovum and spermatozoon.

The absolute signs of pregnancy are fetal movements, sounds of the fetal heart, and demonstration of the fetus by x-ray or ultrasound.

gravidity
The condition of being pregnant.
gravidocardiac
A reference to heart disease as a result of pregnancy.
gravidopuerperal
Referring to pregnancy and the puerperium (period from the end of the third stage of labor until involution of the uterus is complete).
ingravidate
To impregnate.
multigravida
A pregnant woman who has had at least one previous pregnancy or who has been pregnant several times.
nonigravida
A woman who is pregnant for the ninth time.
octigravida
A woman who is pregnant for the eighth time.
primigravida (s) (noun), primigravidae (pl)
1. An obstetrical term to indicate the first pregnancy of a woman: "The doctor at the hospital completed the form, 'Statement of Live Birth', indicating primigravida for the patient."
2. Etymology: from modern Latin (feminine), from Latin primus, first" + gravidus, "pregnant".

Related "pregnant, pregnancy" word units: cyesio-, cyo-; cyo-.