Birthed [verb]

Definition of Birthed:

emit, emerge; come from

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Sentence/Example of Birthed:

She flies straight back to the US, gives birth, and gives the baby up for adoption.

Unexpectedly, she gave birth in prison to Gallagher’s child.

One cool, sunny day before I could walk, I went missing in my great-aunt’s home, where my 20-year-old parents lived for the first few months after their elopement five months before my birth.

The biggest years for millennial births ranged from 1989 to 1993.

According to John, although the implantation of an embryo into a surrogate often does not “take,” it did take in both cases for them resulting in the birth of their two sets of twins.

Authorities said they had found no evidence that Decker had left the country and no records showing that she had given birth.

I was really scared to give birth while wearing a mask—but I was really glad that I didn’t have to do that.

The “baby blues” that women can experience after giving birth usually go away within a week or two, but it now appears that more severe depressive symptoms, known as postpartum depression, may affect some new mothers for at least three years.

Scientists suspect that adorable appearances and charming behavior are essential because human infants cannot move around or care for themselves after birth.

At 12 to 15 feet at birth, these calves can grow up to three feet a month.