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birth certificate

n.
An official record of the date and place of a person's birth, usually including the names of the parents.

birth certificate

n
an official form giving details of the time and place of a person's birth, and his or her name, sex, mother's name and (usually) father's name

birth′ certif`icate


n.
an official form recording the birth of a baby and containing pertinent data, as name, sex, date, place, and parents.
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Noun1.birth certificate - a copy of the official document giving details of a person's birthbirth certificate - a copy of the official document giving details of a person's birth
certificate, credential, credentials, certification - a document attesting to the truth of certain stated facts
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Prior to that Judge's decision, there had been an unofficial correcting of birth certificates for humane reasons.
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