Definition of Birthplaces

1. Noun. (plural of birthplace) ¹



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Definition of Birthplaces

1. birthplace [n] - See also: birthplace

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Birthplaces

birthing pool
birthings
birthless
birthmark
birthmarked
birthmarks
birthmother
birthmothers
birthname
birthnames
birthnight
birthnights
birthparent
birthparents
birthplace
birthplaces (current term)
birthrate
birthrates
birthright
birthrights
birthroot
birthroots
births
birthsite
birthstone
birthstones
birthtime
birthtimes
birthweight
birthweights

Literary usage of Birthplaces

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1. The Springfield Survey: Study of Social Conditions in an American City by Shelby Millard Harrison, Russell Sage Foundation Dept. of Surveys and Exhibits, Springfield Survey Committee (Springfield, Ill.) (1918)
"With respect to the birthplaces of the fathers and the children, conditions in ... birthplaces OF 13 YEAR OLD CHILDREN AND birthplaces OF THEIR FATHERS ..."

2. A Beginner's History of Philosophy by Herbert Ernest Cushman (1911)
"HAP SHOWING TUB birthplaces ... MAP SHOWING THE birthplaces OF THE CHIEF PHILOSOPHERS OF THE RENAISSANCE (The names of the philosophers are given in ..."

3. Statistical Register by Australia Commonwealth Bureau of Census and Statistics. New South Wales Office, New South Wales Registrar General, New South Wales Bureau of Statistics and Economics (1907)
"birthplaces of Distinct Person«, und number of times arrested during 1905 . ... birthplaces of Distinct Persons arrested during 1905, and classification of ..."

4. A Study of British Genius by Havelock Ellis (1904)
"The determination of place of origin—birthplaces of grandparents the best available criteria—Relative productiveness in genius of England, Wales, ..."

5. Our Colonial Homes by Samuel Adams Drake (1894)
"birthplaces OF THE TWO PRESIDENTS ADAMS QUINCY, MASS. WE have thus far opened at one point only the historical vein which divides with its granite Quincy's ..."

6. Records and Reminiscences, Personal and General by Francis Cowley Burnand (1904)
"... birthplaces — WHEN ALL THE WORLD WAS YOUNGER—FRENCH FRIENDS—RETOUR AMONG the few real holidays I have had and thoroughly enjoyed, I count four notable ..."

7. A Pocket Guide to the Public and Private Galleries of Holland and Belguim by Ronald Sutherland Gower (1875)
"birthplaces OF DUTCH ARTISTS. NOTICE of the birthplaces of the principal painters whose works we have seen in the various public and private collections may ..."

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