birth definition

  • noun:
    • The emergence and separation of offspring through the human anatomy for the mommy.
    • The act or procedure for bearing youthful; parturition: the mare's second delivery.
    • The circumstances or problems relating to this occasion, as the time or place: an incident that happened before my beginning; a Bostonian by delivery.
    • The collection of qualities or circumstances received from a single's forefathers; inheritance: strong-willed by birth; acquired their particular wealth through beginning.
    • Origin; removal: of Swedish beginning; of humble birth.
    • Noble or high standing: persons of birth.
    • a new or commencement. See Synonyms at beginning.
    • the entire process of childbearing.
    • An instance of childbirth.
    • a new or start; a point of origin.
    • The situations of your respective background, ancestry, or upbringing.
    • The act or reality of getting into life, or to be born; -- usually placed on human beings.
    • Lineage; removal; lineage; occasionally, large delivery; noble extraction.
    • the problem that an individual is born; natural state or place; hereditary disposition or inclination.
    • The act of bringing forth.
    • whatever exists; what is created, whether animal or veggie.
    • Origin; beginning.
    • See berth.
    • the simple fact of being produced; nativity.
    • By expansion, any work or fact of entering existence; beginning; origination: because, the beginning of Protestantism.
    • The act of bearing or bringing forth; parturition: as, “at her next birth,”
    • the problem into which an individual is born; lineage; extraction; lineage: as, Grecian birth; noble delivery: occasionally, positively, descent from noble or honorable parents and ancestors: since, a guy of birth.
    • what is born; what is created.
    • Nature; kind; intercourse; natural character.
    • In astrology, nativity; lot of money.
    • See berth.
    • the entire process of giving birth
    • the time when one thing begins (especially life)
    • the kinship connection of an offspring toward parents
    • a baby born; an offspring
    • the function of being produced
  • verb-transitive:
    • Chiefly Southern U.S. to produce (a baby).
    • Chiefly Southern U.S. To keep (a kid).
  • adjective:
    • A familial relationship founded by childbirth.
  • verb:
    • To keep or provide birth to (a kid).
    • to create, bring about.
    • reason enough to be produced

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