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birth·place

 (bûrth′plās′)
n.
The place where someone is born or where something originates.

birthplace

(ˈbɜːθˌpleɪs)
n
the place where someone was born or where something originated

birth•place

(ˈbɜrθˌpleɪs)

n.
place of birth or origin.
[1600–10]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.birthplace - the place where someone was born
place, spot, topographic point - a point located with respect to surface features of some region; "this is a nice place for a picnic"; "a bright spot on a planet"
2.birthplace - where something originated or was nurtured in its early existence; "the birthplace of civilization"
origin, source, root, rootage, beginning - the place where something begins, where it springs into being; "the Italian beginning of the Renaissance"; "Jupiter was the origin of the radiation"; "Pittsburgh is the source of the Ohio River"; "communism's Russian root"

birthplace

noun native land, homeland, cradle, fatherland Athens, the birthplace of the ancient Olympics.
Translations
مَحَلُّ الوِلادَةمَسْقِطُ رأْس، مكانُ وِلادَة الشَّخص
rodiště
fødested
زادگاه
syntymäpaikka
mjesto rođenja
születési hely
fæîingarstaîur
出生地
출생지
rodisko
rojstni kraj
födelseort
สถานที่เกิด
nơi sinh

birthplace

[ˈbɜːθpleɪs] Nlugar m de nacimiento

birthplace

birth place [ˈbɜːrθpleɪs] n
[person] → lieu m de naissance
[thing] → berceau mbirth plan n [pregnant woman] → projet m d'accouchementbirth rate ntaux m de natalité, natalité f

birthplace

[ˈbɜːθˌpleɪs] nluogo di nascita; (town) → città natale

birth

(bəːθ) noun
1. (an) act of coming into the world, being born. the birth of her son; deaf since birth.
2. the beginning. the birth of civilization.
birth control
prevention of the conception of children.
ˈbirthday noun
the anniversary of the day on which a person was born. Today is his birthday; (also adjective) a birthday party.
ˈbirthmark noun
a permanent mark on the skin at or from birth. She has a red birthmark on her face.
ˈbirthplace noun
the place where a person etc was born. Shakespeare's birthplace.
ˈbirthrate noun
the number of births per head of population over a given period.
give birth (to)
(of a mother) to produce (a baby) from the womb. She has given birth to two sets of twins.

birthplace

مَحَلُّ الوِلادَة rodiště fødested Geburtsort τόπος γέννησης lugar de nacimiento syntymäpaikka lieu de naissance mjesto rođenja luogo di nascita 出生地 출생지 geboorteplaats fødested miejsce urodzenia local de nascimento место рождения födelseort สถานที่เกิด doğum yeri nơi sinh 出生地

birthplace

n. lugar de nacimiento.
References in classic literature ?
I would have liked to visit the birthplace of Gutenburg, but it could not be done, as no memorandum of the site of the house has been kept.
The heathen had beforehand seized the higher ground," as old Asser says, having wasted everything behind them from London, and being just ready to burst down on the fair Vale, Alfred's own birthplace and heritage.
Some years ago, when you were beginning to tell me your real name and birthplace, you may remember I stopped you, and preferred to remain ignorant of all.
But the sweetest incident of Anne's sojourn in Bolingbroke was the visit to her birthplace -- the little shabby yellow house in an out-of-the-way street she had so often dreamed about.
One of them is Dwarka, the birthplace of the god Krishna.
He had wandered to this remote region from his birthplace in the interior of the State of New York, to seek his fortune.
They are strangers in their birthplace, and the leafy lanes they have known from childhood or the populous streets in which they have played, remain but a place of passage.
Here I had found a man not made from dust; one who had no narrow boasts of birthplace or country, one who, if he bragged at all, would brag of his whole round globe against the Martians and the inhabitants of the Moon.
Whenever it is fully admitted, as I believe it will some day be, that each species has proceeded from a single birthplace, and when in the course of time we know something definite about the means of distribution, we shall be enabled to speculate with security on the former extension of the land.
Could it be this abortion that had climbed to be an advocate, and now lived in the birthplace of Flora and the home of John's tenderest memories?
Had it befallen me never to quit that village--had it befallen me to remain for ever in that spot--I should always have been happy; but fate ordained that I should leave my birthplace even before my girlhood had come to an end.
The excursionists will have an opportunity to look over this, the "magnificent city of palaces," and visit the birthplace of Columbus, twelve miles off, over a beautiful road built by Napoleon I.