Simple Definition of birthplace
: the place where someone was born or where something began
Full Definition of birthplace
: place of birth or origin
Examples of birthplace in a sentence
He visited his grandmother's birthplace.
New Orleans is regarded as the birthplace of jazz.
First Known Use of birthplace
Rhymes with birthplace
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BIRTHPLACE Defined for Kids
Definition of birthplace for Students
: the place where a person was born or where something began <the birthplace of freedom>
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