Meaning of BIRTH in English

I. noun Usage: often attributive Etymology: Middle English, from Old Norse byrth; akin to Old English beran Date: 13th century 1. the emergence of a new individual from the body of its parent, the act or process of bringing forth young from the womb, a state resulting from being born especially at a particular time or place , 3. lineage , extraction , high or noble ~, 4. one that is born, beginning , start , II. verb Date: 1855 transitive verb to bring forth, 2. to give rise to ; originate , to give ~ to, intransitive verb to bring forth or be brought forth as a child or young, III. adjective Date: 1975 biological 3

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