genedigaeth, enedigaeth, enedigaethau, genedigaethau, ngenedigaeth, ngenedigaethau
Noun(1) the time when something begins (especially life(2) the event of being born(3) the process of giving birth(4) the kinship relation of an offspring to the parents(5) a baby born; an offspring
Verb(1) cause to be born
(1) The daughter had lived with her single mother from birth .(2) the birth of Christianity(3) the mother is English by birth(4) by right of birth(5) That's still 6 per cent short of the $1.17 rate at the euro's birth at the start of 1999.(6) he was blind from birth(7) Yang places a high importance on using stem cells from birth , rather than those collected from adults because of vitality.(8) I don't think there is a regional favorite, although he's clearly a South Carolinian by birth .(9) English by birth , I'd been in Australia for about 10 years and had a hankering to return to my roots, if not permanently, then at least for a considerable length of time.(10) the birth of an idea(11) The young feed themselves from birth normally by pecking.(12) Only those moments that show democracy's birth and possibility, along with its decline and failure, become resources for imagining our future.(13) Why does the left in Ireland have no problem siding objectively with those determined to strangle democracy at birth in Iraq?(14) They do not permit her to make us happy, but put her on a level with money, status, noble birth , health, beauty and other things which are common to virtue and vice.(15) Like other animals, they pass through a life cycle from birth to maturity to death.(16) he welcomed the birth of the new company
(1) date of birth :: Dyddiad Geni
1. childbirth ::
3. ancestry ::
4. giving birth ::
5. parentage ::
6. nativity ::
7. give birth ::
1. issue ::
2. posterity ::
3. progeny ::
4. seed ::
Different Formsbirth, birthed, birthing, births
Word Example from TV Shows
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If child BIRTH is half this bad
you are so screwed!
The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 6
My mother died giving BIRTH to me.
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 9
That way Walter can be on his feet
for the BIRTH of your daughter.
Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 11
No doubt he'd heard of your BIRTH
and assumed new fathers were easy targets.
Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 4
And He brought me here to draw it
from you and BIRTH it into the world.
Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 8
English to Welsh Dictionary: birth
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