origin, origination, inceptionnoun
an event that is a beginning; a first part or stage of subsequent events
The creation or beginning of something; the establishment.
From its inception the agency has been helping people obtain and properly install car seats for children.
Etymology: From inception-, stem of inceptio, from inceptus, past participle of incipere.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Etymology: inceptio, Latin.
The inception of putrefaction hath in it a maturation. Francis Bacon.
beginning; commencement; initiation
reception; a taking in
Etymology: [L. inceptio, fr. incipere to begin; pref. in- in + capere to take. See Capable.]
Inception: The Subconscious Jams 1994-1995 is a compilation of unreleased tracks by the band Download.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
in-sep′shun, n. a beginning.—v.i. Incept′, to commence, esp. the period of candidature for the degree of master of arts, or a period of licensed teaching.—adj. Incep′tive, beginning or marking the beginning.—adv. Incep′tively, in a manner denoting beginning.—n. Incep′tor. [L. inceptionem—incipĕre, inceptum, to begin—in, on, capĕre, to take.]
The numerical value of inception in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of inception in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
This is the biggest positive step to have happened in the commodity market since its inception, all the demand that commodity markets have had, which is to allow participation of banks, FIIs, mutual funds, financial institutions, that entire thing in one sweeping reform now gets enabled.
Racism has plagued the United States since its inception.
The SB277 Referendum was sabotaged from without and within by powerful forces from its very inception.
We have taken into account prosecutors' statements that they might bring additional charges against Mr. Lev Parnas and others since the inception of this case. We are therefore not surprised, and remain prepared to defend Mr. Parnas against any such charges.
Not Donald Trump, not anyone else will be successful in dividing us based on race or our country of origin, racism has plagued the United States since its inception.
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- iniciCatalan, Valencian
- Einführung, Beginn, AnfangGerman
- آغاز به کارPersian
- alku, aloitus, perustaminenFinnish
- début, commencementFrench
- սկզբնակետ, սկիզբArmenian
- byrjun, upphafIcelandic
- debutto, inizio, principioItalian
- początek, rozpoczęciePolish
- concepção, conceçãoPortuguese
- начало, отправная точка, исходное положениеRussian
- påbörjande, början, startSwedish
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