Common misspellings for birth:
borther, baqth, abuth, breth, ourth, buythe, brith, bothj, beirther, bequith, birthay, birthdy, bourth, sabith, birthof, beingthe, bowth, 2bath, bouth, turth, bopth, bareth, bothh, thirthy, bithc, biirthday, bartch, bacth, birght, beath, thirth, birthn, chilbirth, baith, aboth, bvath, birt, biorth, fiurth, bioth, irth, bithday, bithe, biirth, bvoth, tirth, bythe, bither, wirth, botht, brigh5, 1bath, birrth, bothy, butthurt, barther, eiwth, birthady, mcbeth, brth, noirth, botha, diwth, batha, rebith, benth, bolth, dirthy, borth, bosth, 3bath, butthat, buthe, aerth, brieth, butthe, bothg, birthey, beith, burthday, birtch, birh, birtay, butthey, bothn, bnoth, bruth, boath, brigh, aiwth, birht, ofboth, wirthy, boguth, birthd, benieath, abouth, burth, borthday, beirth, bogth, bnath, baugth, birther, bboth, birthda, boith, birthorder, bitthday, bouthg, bithch, barthday, iwth, berthiume, bitth, baoth, botth, baath, bitrth, bearth, nboth, dirth, birthy, birith, birthbay, 4bath, beauth, brath, bith, tiwth, birgh, bicth, birtsh, bath3, birthmom, bwith, bineath, bitrh, benieth, fairth, builth, eboth, virth, happybirth, birthe, thurth, birty, abirth, 2bdth, buthow, nirth, boboth, blith, bothc, birthish, bathw, brouth, barth, beulth, b9o9oth, boyth, iboth, bearthe, borthel, buith, siwth, baerrate, bfarad, bafarad, board, baorad, bort, baort, boveboard, baoveboard, barade, baraded, broad, baroad, babard, babart, babbirt, babbirtt, babritt, baberiidae, babiea'-breath, babiee'-breath, babiew'-breath, babie'-breath, babie3'-breath, babiruda, baby brd, baby bred, baby berd, baby red, bwby bird, bir r, hirth, girth, bjrth, bkrth, b9rth, b8rth, bieth, bidth, bifth, bi5th, bi4th, birrh, biryh, bir6h, bir5h, birtg, birtb, birtn, birtj, birtu, vbirth, bvirth, nbirth, bnirth, hbirth, bhirth, gbirth, bgirth, buirth, biurth, bjirth, bijrth, bkirth, bikrth, boirth, b9irth, bi9rth, b8irth, bi8rth, bierth, bireth, bidrth, birdth, bifrth, birfth, birtth, bi5rth, bir5th, bi4rth, bir4th, birtrh, birtfh, birgth, birtgh, biryth, birtyh, bir6th, birt6h, birt5h, birthg, birtbh, birthb, birtnh, birtjh, birthj, birtuh, birthu, ibrth, bbirth, birthh, rirth, jirth, firth, cirth, byrth, bhrth, bi2th, bibth, bizth, bivth, bipth, bisth, bir4h, birph, biruh, birtx, birti, bayerth, beyerth, b irth, bi rth, bir th, birt h.
Definition of birth:
- The act or fact of coming into life, or of being born; -- generally applied to human beings; as, the birth of a son.
- The act of being born or wholly brought into separate existence. Wallace v. State, 10 Tex. App. 270.
- the process of giving birth
- Lineage; extraction; descent; sometimes, high birth; noble extraction.
- The condition to which a person is born; natural state or position; inherited disposition or tendency.
- The act of bringing forth; as, she had two children at a birth.
- That which is born; that which is produced, whether animal or vegetable.
- Origin; beginning; as, the birth of an empire.
- See Berth.
- The act or fact of coming into life, or of being born; - generally applied to human beings; as, the birth of a son.
- The act of coming into life; the fact of being born; the act of bringing forth; descent; as, a man of humble birth; origin; beginning.
- A ship's station at anchor.
- The act of bearing or bringing forth: the offspring born: dignity of family: origin.
- The act of being born; origin.
- The coming into life or being born; nativity; origin.
- Ancestry or descent; lineage.
- Issue; offspring; the giving birth to offspring.
- The act of coming into life, or of being born; the act of bringing forth; the condition in which a person is born; rank by birth, especially high rank; that which is born; that which is produced, whether animal or vegetable.
- The act of coming into life; being born; descent; family; condition in which one is born; origin; beginning; the thing produced.
- The function in the female by which the product of conception is expelled from the uterus through the vagina to the outside world.
- The passage of the child from the uterus to the outside world; the act of being born.
- Producing living things; act of being born.