Definition of Place of origin

1. Noun. Where something originated or was nurtured in its early existence. "The birthplace of civilization"

Exact synonyms: Birthplace, Cradle, Provenance, Provenience
Generic synonyms: Beginning, Origin, Root, Rootage, Source



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Place Of Origin

place bet
place card
place cards
place down
place holder
place in the sun
place kick
place kicks
place mat
place name
place names
place of articulation
place of birth
place of business
place of decimals
place of origin (current term)
place of worship
place on a pedestal
place one's cards on the table
place setting
place theory
place upright
place word
placeable
placeables
placebic
placeblog
placeblogs
placebo
placebo effect

Literary usage of Place of origin

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Commentaries Upon International Law by Robert Phillimore (1889)
"I. place of origin. CCXI. THE Domicil resulting from Origin is to be ... The place of Origin continues to be the Domicil until it be changed either by those ..."

2. 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 ..."

3. Organography of Plants, Especially of the Archegoniata and Spermaphyta by Karl Goebel, Isaac Bayley Balfour (1905)
"place of origin of the Lateral Hoots on the Chief Roots. This is definite. If we leave out of consideration the dichotomy of roots as it occurs ..."

4. Kinship Organisations and Group Marriage in Australia by Northcote Whitridge Thomas (1906)
"Place of Origin. Formative Elements of the Names : Suffixes, Prefixes. Meanings of the Class Names. THE priority of phratries over classes is commonly ..."

5. The White Man in Nigeria by George Douglas Hazzledine (1904)
"... was found—How he learned so many tongues—His place of origin—His mother, his playmates, and his father—The slave raid—His mother's flight—Kidnapped—The ..."

6. Commentaries Upon International Law by Robert Phillimore (1889)
"I. place of origin. CCXI. THE Domicil resulting from Origin is to be ... The place of Origin continues to be the Domicil until it be changed either by those ..."

7. 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 ..."

8. Organography of Plants, Especially of the Archegoniata and Spermaphyta by Karl Goebel, Isaac Bayley Balfour (1905)
"place of origin of the Lateral Hoots on the Chief Roots. This is definite. If we leave out of consideration the dichotomy of roots as it occurs ..."

9. Kinship Organisations and Group Marriage in Australia by Northcote Whitridge Thomas (1906)
"Place of Origin. Formative Elements of the Names : Suffixes, Prefixes. Meanings of the Class Names. THE priority of phratries over classes is commonly ..."

10. The White Man in Nigeria by George Douglas Hazzledine (1904)
"... was found—How he learned so many tongues—His place of origin—His mother, his playmates, and his father—The slave raid—His mother's flight—Kidnapped—The ..."

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