Birth and House


Birth noun - The line of ancestors from whom a person is descended.
Usage example: a man of noble birth

House and birth are semantically related. in ancestry topic. In some cases you can use "House" instead a noun "Birth".

Nearby Words: birthday, birthing


House noun - A commercial or industrial activity or organization.

Birth and house are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Birth" instead a noun "House".

How words are described

human human birth human house
safe safe birth safe house
normal normal birth normal house
common common birth common house
Other adjectives: standard, original, noble, single, actual, famous, new, cursed, royal, next, last.

Both words in one sentence

  • House of the Scorpion Clones, in order for the general populace to be able to accept their status as nonhuman, must be given drugs at birth to stunt their intelligence.
  • Please Don't Leave Me: The woman's jerkass husband leaves the house and she has to stave off the birth alone with years long supply of birth-delaying roots until he returns.
  • The first time, they put a water-soluble contraceptive in the well near the house where Adolf Hitler was born, thus preventing his birth.
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