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Nwunye bụ nwanyị na mmekọrịta alụmdi na nwunye . Nwaanyị nke kewapụrụ onwe ya na onye òtù ọlụlụ ya ga-anọgide n'ịbụ nwunye ruo mgbe alụmdi na nwunye ahụ bụ nke iwu ga-etisa site n'ikpe ịgba alụkwaghịm. Mgbe di ya nwụrụ, a na-akpọ ya nwanyị di ya nwụrụ . Ikike na ọrụ dị n'alụmdi na nwunye n'ihe gbasara onye òtù ọlụlụ ya na ọkwa ya n' obodo na iwu dịgasị iche iche n'etiti omenala ma dị iche iche n'oge.

Nchịkọta/Etymology[mezie | dezie ebe o si]

Okwu a nwere ntọala na German, bụ nke si na Proto-Germanic * wībam, "nwanyị". Na Middle English o nwere ụdị wif, na n' Old English wīf, " nwanyị ma ọ bụ nwunye". Ọ metụtara ọgbara ọhụrụ German Weib (nwanyị, nwanyị), [1] na Danish viv (nwunye, na-adịkarị n'ụdị abụ ); Ihe izizi nkebiokwu ahụ bụ “nwunye” pụtara dị ka “nwanyị” enweghị njikọ na alụmdi na nwunye ma ọ bụ di na nwunye, echekwara na okwu ndị dị ka " midwife "," ezigbo nwunye "," nwunye azụ " na " spaewife ".

  1. Etymology of "Weib" (broken link to a uni personal account)