bbirth, biirth, birrth, birt, birthh, birtth, irth
Birth — synonyms, birth antonyms, definition
1. birth (Noun)
accouchement ancestry bearing young beginning birthing blood childbearing childbirth commencement conception confinement creation delivery derivation descent extraction family font formation generation • • •
birth (Noun) — The time when something begins (especially life).
ex. "they divorced after the birth of the child" ex. "his election signaled the birth of a new age"
birth (Noun) — The event of being born.
ex. "they celebrated the birth of their first child"
birth (Noun) — The process of giving birth.
birth (Noun) — The kinship relation of an offspring to the parents.
birth (Noun) — A baby born; an offspring.
ex. "the overall rate of incidence of Down's syndrome is one in every 800 births"
24 types of
alteration beginning biological process change commencement family relationship first get-go individual kickoff kinship modification mortal offset organic process outset person relationship showtime somebody • • •
accouchement brooding calving childbearing childbed childbirth confinement cradle delivery egg laying farrow farrowing hatch hatching incubation labor labour laying live birth lying-in • • •
5 parts of
life life-time lifespan lifetime reproduction
2. birth (Verb)
bear deliver give birth have
birth (Verb) — Cause to be born.
2 types of
bring forth produce
bear calve carry cub drop expect farrow fawn foal gestate have a bun in the oven have young kitten lamb litter pig pup twin whelp