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birthirth (b&etilde;rth), n. [oe. burth, birth, as. beor&edt;, gebyrd, fr. beran to bear, bring forth; akin to d. geboorte, ohg. burt, giburt, g. geburt, icel. bur?r, skr. bhrti bearing, supporting; cf. ir. & gael. beirthe born, brought forth. ?92. see 1st bear, and cf. berth.] 1. the act or fact of coming into life, or of being born; -- generally applied to human beings; as, the birth of a son. 2. lineage; extraction; descent; sometimes, high birth; noble extraction. elected without reference to birth, but solely for qualifications. 3. the condition to which a person is born; natural state or position; inherited disposition or tendency. a foe by birth to troy's unhappy name. 4. the act of bringing forth; as, she had two children at a birth. "at her next birth." 5. that which is born; that which is produced, whether animal or vegetable. poets are far rarer births than kings. jonson. others hatch their eggs and tend the birth till it is able to shift for itself. 6. origin; beginning; as, the birth of an empire.   similar words(15) 

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The condition to which a person is born; natural state or position; inherited disposition or tendency.  


The act or fact of coming into life, or of being born; -- generally applied to human beings; as, the birth of a son.  


The act of bringing forth; as, she had two children at a birth.  


That which is born; that which is produced, whether animal or vegetable.  


See Berth.  


Origin; beginning; as, the birth of an empire.  


Lineage; extraction; descent; sometimes, high birth; noble extraction.  

Noun1. the time when something begins (especially life); "they divorced after the birth of the child"; "his election signaled the birth of a new age" (antonym) death, dying, demise (hypernym) beginning, commencement, first, outset, get-go, start, kickoff, starting time, showtime, offset (hyponym) cradle (part-holonym) life, lifetime, lifespan (derivation) give birth, deliver, bear, have2. the event of being born; "they celebrated the birth of their first child" (synonym) nativity, nascency, nascence (antonym) death, decease (hypernym) change, alteration, modification (hyponym) delivery (derivation) give birth, deliver, bear, have3. the process of giving birth (synonym) parturition, giving birth, birthing (hypernym) organic process, biological process (hyponym) brooding, incubation (part-holonym) reproduction (derivation) give birth, deliver, bear, have4. the kinship relation of an offspring to the parents (synonym) parentage (hypernym) kinship, family relationship, relationshipVerb1. give birth (to a newborn); "My wife had twins yesterday!" (synonym) give birth, deliver, bear, have (hypernym) produce, bring forth (hyponym) twin (entail) conceive (verb-group) have a bun in the oven, bear, carry, gestate, expect

breith f., gin, saolúHappy birthday (to you)!: Lá Breithe Sona [LAW BREH-huh SO-nuh], breith lá sona (duit), breithlá sona [BREH-LAW SO-nuh] (duit)A man is better than his birth: Is fearr fear a chiniud

Birth, (n.)The first and direst of all disasters. As to the nature of it there appears to be no uniformity. castor and pollux were born from the egg. pallas came out of a skull. galatea was once a block of stone. Peresilis, who wrote in the tenth century, avers that he grew up out of the ground where a priest had spilled holy water. It is known that Arimaxus was derived from a hole in the earth, made by a stroke of lightning. Leucomedon was the son of a cavern in mount Aetna, and I have myself seen a man come out of a wine cellar.   

Dadeni = n. a second birth

Erthyl = n. an abortion, untimely birth

Genid = n. nativity, birth

Mabddall = a. blind from birth

Mamai = n. the birth wort

Tymp = n. an enlargement; a bringing forth, a birth; a time

to defecate very considerably

to defecate

to defecate

the station in which a ship rides at anchor, either alone, or in a fleet; the due distance between two ships; and also a room or apartment for the officers of a mess.

Birth is the process in animals by which an offspring is physiologically expelled from the body of its mother. different forms of birth are ovipary, vivipary or ovovivipary.


for a married woman to dream of giving birth to a child, great joy and a handsome legacy is foretold.For a single woman, loss of virtue and abandonment by her lover.  

See aeroplane landing

fear of childbirth

fear of motherhood

both cupped hands, palms facing the body, are placed at the stomach or lower chest, one on top of the other. both hands are moved out and away from the body in unison describing a small arc.

birth; generation  

As soon as a child was born it was washed, and rubbed with salt (Ezek. 16:4), and then swathed with bandages (Job 38:9; luke 2:7, 12). A hebrew mother remained forty days in seclusion after the birth of a son, and after the birth of a daughter double that number of days. At the close of that period she entered into the tabernacle or temple and offered up a sacrifice of purification (Lev. 12:1-8; luke 2:22). A son was circumcised on the eighth day after his birth, being thereby consecrated to god (Gen. 17:10-12; comp. Rom. 4:11). seasons of misfortune are likened to the pains of a woman in travail, and seasons of prosperity to the joy that succeeds child-birth (Isa. 13:8; Jer. 4:31; john 16:21, 22). the natural birth is referred to as the emblem of the new birth (John 3:3-8; Gal. 6:15; titus 3:5, etc.). Birth-day the observance of birth-days was common in early times (Job 1:4, 13, 18). they were specially celebrated in the land of egypt (Gen. 40:20). there is no recorded instance in scripture of the celebration of birth-days among the Jews. On the occasion of Herod's birth-day john the baptist was beheaded (Matt. 14:6).


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