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Spell check of birth

Correct spelling: birth

acquit, turn out, pitch, consanguineous, cede, digest, throw, ingest, pay, have a bun in the oven, brook, infancy, initiate, cradle, parentage, have got, spring, hand over, blood, travail, race, conduct, take in, the bourgeoisie, sustain, stomach, blood line, line, consanguinity, surrender, arrival, accept, biological, emerge, hatching, germinate, antenatal, childbirth, fork out, return, prelude, present, behave, beginning, lineage, form, originate, birthing, put up, carry, seed, suffer, class, possess, parenthood, appearance, Genesis, genealogy, inception, delivery, classism, precursor, rank, giving birth, bring forth, onset, nascency, emergence, give birth, stimulate, create, inauguration, introduction, earliness, hold, creation, turn in, stock, labor, initialize, kin, origin, baby blues, endure, induce, save, preparation, rich, prepare, affinity, get, redeem, conception, baby shower, bud, blue blood, support, introduce, precede, parturition, bourgeois, descent, stand, experience, bear, nobility, classless, class-conscious, hatch, deliver, start, cause, opening, stemma, decease, take, own, relationship, the afterbirth, outset, accouchement, rescue, sprout, conceive, gestate, embark, make, fork over, extraction, assume, amniotic fluid, feature, give up, stick out, embryo, inaugurate, alliance, expect, family, yield, drive home, commencement, arrive, childbearing, starting point, ancestry, give, beneath, take over, consume, amniocentesis, dawn, induct, noblesse, nativity, background, over, bloodline, nascence, render, receive, fork up, lying-in, abide, commence, stem, undertake, tolerate, death, derivation, pedigree, beginnings, wear, anti-choice, contain, comport, begin, babyhood, source, develop, kind, have, line of descent, kindred, let, deport, extradite.

death, dying, decease, adoptive, illegitimate, expiry, adopted, demise.

Examples of usage:

1) Reason gives birth to justice; wisdom gives birth to goodness. - "Life and Writings of Maurice Maeterlinck", Jethro Bithell.

2) Here now, before him, at this birth of his child, everything that he had done, thought, said- everything that he had been- confronted him. - "Fortitude", Hugh Walpole.

3) The Morans have seen the birth of this city. - "The Maid of Maiden Lane", Amelia E. Barr.