Definition of Nascence

1. Noun. The event of being born. "They celebrated the birth of their first child"

Exact synonyms: Birth, Nascency, Nativity
Generic synonyms: Alteration, Change, Modification
Specialized synonyms: Delivery, Live Birth, Posthumous Birth, Posthumous Birth, Rebirth, Reincarnation, Renascence
Derivative terms: Be Born, Birth, Nascent
Antonyms: Death



Definition of Nascence

1. Noun. birth ¹

2. Noun. coming into being ¹

3. Noun. commencement or inception ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Nascence

1. nascency [n -S] - See also: nascency

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nascence

nasalization
nasalizations
nasalize
nasalized
nasalizes
nasalizing
nasally
nasalness
nasals
nasard
nasards
nasaruplase
nasba
nascal
nascals
nascence (current term)
nascences
nascencies
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nascent
nascent hydrogen
nascent protein
nascent proteins
nasciturus rule
nase
naseberries
naseberry
nases
nasheed
nasheeds

Literary usage of Nascence

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1. Buddhist Dictionary: Manual of Buddhist Terms and Doctrines by Nyanatiloka (1972)
"... ie feeling, etc., is for the 6th base, or consciousness - as being always inseparably associated therewith a condition by way of co- nascence, etc. ..."

2. The Discourse on the All-Embracing Net of Views: The Brahmajala Sutta and by Gautama Buddha, Bodhi, Bhikkhu Bodhi (1992)
"All this is implied when it is said "under the crest of co-nascence." "Clinging is a condition for existence in the same way": that is, under the crest of ..."

3. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1901)
"Recent formations may arise either from nascence or by modification. If by nas- cence they must originate upon areas previously destitute of any floral ..."

4. Mental Physiology by Theophilus Bulkeley Hyslop (1895)
"If there is to be a period of nascence with the one, so there must also be with the other. As far as we can see. the nascence of the one must evolve into ..."

5. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1893)
"... nor is this correlate a "nascence" of the correlate of the object of desire (cf. Mr. Spencer), but the occurrence of a preceding portion of it before ..."

6. The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge: Embracing by Johann Jakob Herzog, Philip Schaff, Albert Hauck (1909)
"3 are late, and that the account of the reformation of Josiah seems to imply no earlier efforts. nascence of the cult. These historical facts are explained ..."

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