origin
I (ancestry) noun ancestral descent, birth, bloodline, derivation, descent, dynasty, extraction, family, filiation, genealogical tree, genealogy, heritage, kith and kin, line, line of ancestors, line of descent, lineage, origo, parentage, parenthood, pedigree, race, stock, tribe foreign phrases:
- Origine propria neminem posse voiuntate sua eximi manifestum est — It is evident that no one by his own will can renounce his own origin.
II (source) noun beginning, birth, birthplace, cause, commencement, cradle, creation, dawn, derivation, fons, font, foundation, fountainhead, genesis, inception, initiation, nascency, nativity, onset, origo, principium, root, starting point, wellspring foreign phrases:
- Ex facto jus oritur. — Law arises out of facts
- Causa et origo est materia negotii. — The cause and origin are the substance of the transaction
III index affiliation (bloodline), ancestry, basis, birth (beginning), bloodline, cause (reason), derivation, descent (lineage), determinant, embryo, family (common ancestry), foundation (basis), genesis, ground, inception, lineage, nascency, nationality, onset (commencement), outset, parentage, paternity, progenitor, reason (basis), source, start

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  • Origin — Origin, origins, or original may refer to: Contents 1 Beginning of the universe and life 2 Science and technology 3 Computer …   Wikipedia

  • Origin — (englisch origin „Ursprung, Beginn, Quelle, Verursacher“ etc.): Origin ist eine wissenschaftliche Software zur Analyse und Darstellung von Daten, siehe Origin (Software) Origin Systems war ein US amerikanischer Computerspiele Hersteller Origin… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • origin — origin, source, inception, root, provenance, provenience, prime mover denote the point at which something (as a process, a growth, a development, a custom, a habit, or an institution) begins its course or its existence. Origin applies chiefly to… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • Origin — Or i*gin, n. [F. origine, L. origo, iginis, fr. oriri to rise, become visible; akin to Gr. orny nai to stir up, rouse, Skr. [.r], and perh. to E. run.] [1913 Webster] 1. The first existence or beginning of anything; the birth. [1913 Webster] This …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Origin — альбом рок группы Evanescence. Origin альбом метал группы Borknagar. Origin программа научной графики и обработки данных. Origin последняя строчка фидошного письма. Origin американская дэт метал группа. Origin платформа цифровой дистрибуции… …   Википедия

  • Origin — (origen en inglés) puede hacer referencia a: Origin (álbum), álbum de Evanescence; Origin Systems, desarrollador de videojuegos (1983 2004); Origin Game Fair, convención de videojuegos que tiene lugar cada año en Columbus (Ohio, Estados Unidos) …   Wikipedia Español

  • origin — [ôr′ə jin, är′ə jin] n. [ME origyne < MFr origine < L origo (gen. originis) < oriri, to rise: see ORIENT] 1. a coming into existence or use; beginning 2. parentage; birth; lineage 3. that in which something has its beginning; source;… …   English World dictionary

  • origin — [n1] cause, basis agent, ancestor, ancestry, antecedent, author, base, causality, causation, connection, creator, derivation, determinant, egg*, element, embryo, fountain, generator, germ, horse’s mouth*, impulse, inception, inducement, influence …   New thesaurus

  • origin — ► NOUN 1) the point where something begins or arises. 2) a person s social background or ancestry. 3) Mathematics a fixed point from which coordinates are measured. ORIGIN Latin origo, from oriri to rise …   English terms dictionary

  • origin — (n.) early 15c., from M.Fr. origine, from L. originem (nom. origo) rise, beginning, source, from stem of oriri to rise, become visible, appear (see ORCHESTRA (Cf. orchestra)) …   Etymology dictionary

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