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Categories: 1865 introductions, Rituals, Human pregnancy, Wikipedia articles incorporating a citation from the 1911 Encyclopaedia Britannica with Wikisource reference
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couvade
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A custom among some peoples whereby the husband of a pregnant wife is put to bed at the time of bearing the child WordNet 3.0
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A custom among some peoples whereby the husband of a pregnant wife is put to bed at the time of bearing the child WordNet 3.0 & Open English WordNet
Couvade is a term which was coined by anthropologist E. B. Tylor in 1865 to refer to certain rituals in several cultures that fathers adopt during pregnancy. Wikipedia
Custom in which a father before and after childbirth takes upon himself the duties and cares of the mother Wikidata
A practice among some peoples, such as the Basques, of the husband of a woman in the last stages of pregnancy taking to bed, avoiding certain foods, or imitating other behaviours of a pregnant woman. Wiktionary
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