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1. origin

noun. ['ˈɔrədʒən'] the place where something begins, where it springs into being.

Synonyms

  • birthplace
  • source
  • provenance
  • point source
  • place of origin
  • wellhead
  • jumping-off place
  • trailhead
  • head
  • cradle
  • derivation
  • fountainhead
  • root
  • headwater
  • trail head
  • wellspring
  • headspring
  • home
  • beginning
  • provenience
  • point of departure
  • spring
  • rootage

Antonyms

  • death
  • crossbred
  • purebred
  • descendant

Etymology

  • origine (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • origo (Latin)

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Rhymes with Place Of Origin

Sentences with place-of-origin


1. Noun Phrase
However, there are indications that Mesopotamia may have been the place of origin, perhaps around 5000 B.C.

2. Noun Phrase
Scotia tomatoes take their name from their place of origin.

2. place

verb. ['ˈpleɪs'] put into a certain place or abstract location.

Synonyms

  • fix
  • middle
  • mislay
  • underlay
  • pillow
  • cock
  • prepose
  • pigeonhole
  • perch
  • put down
  • move
  • sow
  • stratify
  • settle
  • set up
  • bed
  • appose
  • repose
  • deposit
  • lean
  • tee up
  • upend
  • lay
  • sit
  • bucket
  • ground
  • space
  • ship
  • set
  • throw
  • step
  • butt
  • glycerolise
  • stick in
  • recline
  • stand
  • thrust
  • shelve
  • plant
  • superimpose
  • load
  • enclose
  • lay over
  • put in
  • glycerolize
  • bottle
  • parallelize
  • superpose
  • park
  • sign
  • imbricate
  • introduce
  • settle down
  • replace
  • ensconce
  • intersperse
  • nestle
  • instal
  • place down
  • postpose
  • arrange
  • displace
  • pile
  • poise
  • dispose
  • trench
  • ladle
  • place upright
  • set down
  • coffin
  • posit
  • barrel
  • cram
  • situate
  • inclose
  • put back
  • pose
  • lose
  • rest
  • put
  • position
  • siphon
  • misplace
  • emplace
  • juxtapose
  • snuggle
  • install
  • clap
  • insert
  • reposition
  • sit down
  • docket
  • seed
  • jar
  • tee
  • seat
  • marshal
  • recess
  • rack up

Antonyms

  • deglycerolize
  • stand still
  • push
  • raise

Etymology

  • place (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • plæse (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

3. place

noun. ['ˈpleɪs'] a point located with respect to surface features of some region.

Synonyms

  • point
  • birthplace
  • polling place
  • zone
  • summit
  • tomb
  • hiding place
  • holy
  • mecca
  • target
  • high
  • grave
  • peak
  • hole-in-the-wall
  • top
  • junction
  • solitude
  • showplace
  • heights
  • rendezvous
  • polling station
  • scour
  • end
  • place of birth
  • crest
  • stop
  • tip
  • topographic point
  • puddle
  • nesting place
  • service area
  • spot
  • crown
  • overlook
  • sanctum
  • holy place
  • target area

Antonyms

  • sit
  • sit down
  • lie down
  • surrender

Etymology

  • place (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • plæse (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

4. place

noun. ['ˈpleɪs'] any area set aside for a particular purpose.

Synonyms

  • sanctuary
  • center
  • boatyard
  • colony
  • centre
  • hatchery
  • geographical region
  • geographic area
  • property
  • geographical area

Antonyms

  • posteriority
  • outer
  • outwardness
  • interior

Etymology

  • place (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • plæse (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

5. place

noun. ['ˈpleɪs'] an abstract mental location.

Synonyms

  • stratum
  • knowledge
  • cognition
  • layer
  • level

Antonyms

  • email
  • human
  • nonhuman
  • inactivity

Etymology

  • place (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • plæse (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

6. place

noun. ['ˈpleɪs'] a general vicinity.

Synonyms

  • vicinity
  • neighborhood
  • neighbourhood
  • locality

Antonyms

  • straight line
  • uncover
  • nonconformity
  • noncompliance

Etymology

  • place (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • plæse (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

7. place

verb. ['ˈpleɪs'] place somebody in a particular situation or location.

Synonyms

  • designate
  • depute
  • delegate

Antonyms

  • buy
  • war
  • disagree
  • float

Etymology

  • place (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • plæse (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

8. place

noun. ['ˈpleɪs'] the post or function properly or customarily occupied or served by another.

Synonyms

  • part
  • stead
  • behalf
  • office
  • function
  • lieu
  • position

Antonyms

  • equilibrium
  • inclusion
  • rejection
  • e-mail

Etymology

  • place (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • plæse (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

9. place

noun. ['ˈpleɪs'] a particular situation.

Synonyms

  • position
  • shoes

Antonyms

  • unlock
  • unpin
  • untie

Etymology

  • place (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • plæse (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

10. place

verb. ['ˈpleɪs'] assign a rank or rating to.

Synonyms

  • superordinate
  • rank
  • shortlist
  • judge
  • range
  • prioritise
  • pass judgment
  • downgrade
  • upgrade
  • order
  • prioritize
  • reorder
  • sequence
  • grade
  • seed
  • evaluate
  • rate

Antonyms

  • downgrade
  • summerize
  • peripheral
  • terminal

Etymology

  • place (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • plæse (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
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