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Words and phrases that have a meaning related to birth:   (455 results)

Antonyms:
death, decease, demise, dying

Often used in the same context:
brith, caesarean section, pregnancy, baby, triplets, firstborn, caesarean, childbirth, cesarean section, breech birth, cesarian section, septuplets, twins, caesarean delivery, newborn baby, cesarean, infant, cesarean delivery, fertility, conception, fetal distress, stillbirth, miscarrying, midwife, quints, newborns, diaphragmatic hernia, quintuplets, gestation, intrauterine, offspring, epidural, stillborn infant, parentage, womb, neonatal mortality, parturition, neonate, quadruplet, miscarriage, pitocin, placenta previa, parenthood, child, sextuplet, arrival, artificial insemination, paternity, tubal pregnancy, infertility, abruption, sprog, birth defect, surrogate mother, orpah, breast feeding, betrothal, sonogram, molar pregnancy, utero, prenatal, conceptus, preterm, breastfeeding, menstrual, hysterectomy, grandchild, polydactylism, rh incompatibility, natal, mothers, birthrate, birth certificate, vaginal birth, childbed fever, hydrocephaly, prematurity, pyloric stenosis, premie, fatherhood, filiation, antepartum, christening, toxemia, preterm infant, ectopic pregnancy, menstruation, wedlock, epidural anesthesia, vasectomy, prenatal diagnosis, menses, insemination, ovulation, marriage, gestational age, episiotomy, imperforate anus, preggers, deformity, implantation, postnatal, births, descent, ancestry, advent, birthplace, bloodline, king, nativity, origin, prototype, rebirth, sovereign, ascension, author, cf, deliverance, incarnation, birthing, calendric, stipulated, approximate, auspicious, calendrical, gestational, agreedupon, depression, disappointing, maltreatment, postrelease, spacing, whole, burial, compensable, contraceptive, current

More specific:
accouchement, brooding, calving, childbearing, childbed, childbirth, confinement, cradle, delivery, drop, egg laying, farrow, farrowing, foal, hatch, hatching, incubation, kitten, labor, labour, lamb, laying, litter, live birth, lying-in, parturiency, rebirth, reincarnation, travail, twin, vaginal birth, yean

Appears in the definition of:
., accouchement, achondroplasia, achondroplasty, aletta jacobs, androgyne, antenatal, antepartum, atelectasis, babe, baby, baby buster, baptismal name, base, baseborn, bear, be born, bipedalism, birth-control campaigner, birth-control reformer, birthday party, birthing, birthmark, birthright, birth canal, birth certificate, birth defect, birth trauma, blessed event, buster, calve, calving, carol, caul, cephalhematoma, cephalohematoma, cerebral palsy, childbearing, childbed, childbirth, chondrodystrophy, chorionic villus biopsy, chorionic villus sampling, christian era, christian name, christmas, christmas carol, christmas day, circumcision, cmv, coitus interruptus, commonwealth day, common era, confinement, congenital, congenital abnormality, congenital anomaly, congenital defect, congenital disorder, congenital heart defect, connatural, contraception, contraceptive method, cradle, cub, cytomegalovirus, dec 25, deliver, delivery, distance, drop, ductus arteriosus, ectopia, eldest, embryologic, embryonal, embryonic, embryonic membrane, empire day, epicine, epicine person, erythroblastosis fetalis, exomphalos, expect, farrow, female parent, firstborn, foal, forceps delivery, foster-daughter, foster-son, franklin, full term, galactosemia, gestation, give birth, giving birth, gospel according to luke, gospel of luke, gynandromorph, happy event, have, have young, heir presumptive, hermaphrodite, humble, hyperdactyly, ignoble, implant, inborn, inbred, incompetent cervix, infant, inherent, innate, intersex, intervene, in laborp, in one's birthday suit, in your birthday suit, ishmael, jacobs, jus sanguinis, jus soli, keep, knight, labor, labour, lactation, lamb, land, left-handed, life, lifespan, lifetime, litter, liveborn, liveborn infant, live birth, low-birth-weight infant, lowborn, lowly, luke, lying-in, margaret higgins sanger, margaret sanger, marie charlotte carmichael stopes, marie stopes, maternal-infant bonding, maternity, may 24, meritocracy, morganatic, mother, mother's milk, mother-naked, multiple, myotonia atrophica, myotonic dystrophy, myotonic muscular dystrophy, naked as the day one was born, naked as the day you were born, natal, nationality, native, native-born, nativeness, nativity, natural childbirth, neonatal, neonatal intensive care unit, neonate, nest, nevus, newborn, newborn baby, newborn infant, nicu, nobility, noble, noblesse, not kinp, nullipara, omphalocele, onanism, ophthalmia neonatorum, osteosclerosis congenita, para, parent, parous, parturiency, parturient, parturition, patent ductus arteriosus, patrial, patrimony, pelvimetry, perinatal, pig, polydactyly, posthumous birth, postnatal, postpartum, pregnancy, prenatal, presentation, press, primiparous, pseudohermaphrodite, puerperal, pulling out, punctiliously, pup, push, quadripara, quintipara, ramanavami, rebirth, reincarnation, samsara, sanger, spastic paralysis, springer, springing cow, squat, steinert's disease, stillborn, stillborn infant, stopes, syndactylism, syndactyly, term, thalidomide, trace, travail, twin, umbilical hernia, unconnected, ungentle, uterine contraction, vaginal birth, vasectomize, veil, virgin birth, waters, whelp, withdrawal method, xmas, yearling

Part of:
life, lifespan, lifetime, reproduction

More general:
alteration, beginning, biological process, change, commencement, conceive, family relationship, first, kickoff, kinship, modification, offset, organic process, outset, relationship, start, starting time

Synonyms:
bear, birthe, birthing, deliver, give birth, giving birth, have, nascence, nascency, nativity, parentage, parturition

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— Nouns for birth: control, weight, rate, order, place, defects, death, rates, date, day, pills, more...

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