doula

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Origin from Greek δούλα (doúla, servant-woman), from Ancient Greek δούλη (doúlē, female slave).

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doula (plural doulas)

  1. A support person, usually female, who may not have medical or midwifery training, who provides emotional assistance to a mother or pregnant couple before, during or after childbirth.

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doula

  1. doula

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Portuguese[edit]

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doula f (plural doulas)

  1. doula (woman who provides emotional support during a childbirth)

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doula f (plural doulas)

  1. doula