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Pronunciation of Midwives: Learn how to pronounce Midwives in English correctly

Learn how to say Midwives correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word midwives:

plural noun
of midwife

noun
(plural) -wives (-ˌwaɪvz)
a person qualified to deliver babies and to care for women before, during, and after childbirth
Word Origin
C14: from Old English mid with + wif woman

Example Sentences Including ‘midwife’

A midwife came to visit me at home every day for ten days with Ethan.
SUN, NEWS OF THE WORLD (2001)
Even woman’s traditional role as healer and midwife has been hijacked by a male medical establishment.
Crowley, Vivianne PHOENIX FROM THE FLAME
Many years ago the midwife who delivered Henderson – “Miss Holford.
NEW ZEALAND HERALD (2004)
Mrs O’Brien today said she was “gutted” the council did not believe the midwife was a risk to other women.
NEW ZEALAND HERALD (2004)
The midwife was in a corner of the room, rolling stained sheets into a bundle.
Melville, Anne THE HARDIE INHERITANCE
They learn to judge the noises, he always said, like a midwife with her ear on a pregnant woman’s paunch.
Kerr, Katharine A TIME OF WAR
To take account of midwife level clustering effects, all these analyses used random effects models.
BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL (2002)