1(with masculine article in the singular) ama de cría femenino(with masculine article in the singular) ama de leche femeninonodriza femenino
- The women went away, too, to work as wet nurses in Paris and elsewhere.
- The fourth type of wet-nursing developed when the Church and the State employed wet nurses to suckle foundlings in institutions created for saving souls and lives.
- From the beginning there was a practical obstacle to the proselytising: the hospital soon ran out of Protestant wet nurses.
- In the past, upper-class women sent their children to wet nurses until they were weaned.
- Women administrators were appointed to supervise the system of child welfare services to ‘enfants assistés’ and the regulation of wet nurses.
1(child) amamantar(person) mimar(industry) proteger