Definición de origin en inglés:

origin

Silabificación: or·i·gin
Pronunciación: /ˈôrəjən
 
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sustantivo

1The point or place where something begins, arises, or is derived: a novel theory about the origin of oil the name is Norse in origin the terminology has its origins in America
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  • In Ireland and Great Britain, sacred wells derive their distant origins from megalithic and Celtic times.
  • The islands are volcanic in origin, having arisen from a mantle hotspot, and they have never been connected to the mainland.
  • Martial arts is a broad term that covers a variety of schools and forms whose unity derives only from their origins in the arts of war and single combat.
Sinónimos
beginning, start, commencement, origination, genesis, birth, dawning, dawn, emergence, creation, birthplace, cradle; source, basis, cause, root(s)
formal radix
source, derivation, root(s), provenance, etymology
1.1A person’s social background or ancestry: they will be asked about their ethnic origin a voice that betrays his Southern origins
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  • Born in Dublin and sent to an orphanage, his social origins and date of birth remain obscure.
  • It took years of archeological excavation to trace the origins and ancestry of various races.
  • In terms of social origins, most came from a peasant background, reflecting their rural births.
Sinónimos
2 Anatomy The place or point where a muscle, nerve, or other body part arises, in particular.
2.1The more fixed end or attachment of a muscle.
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  • It is usually placed on a level above and behind the condyloid origin of flexor carpi ulnaris.
  • It then exits the cubital tunnel by passing between the two heads of the origin of the flexor carpi ulnaris muscle.
  • The insertion of gastrocnemius is discussed following the description of the origin of the soleus muscle.
2.2A place where a nerve or blood vessel begins or branches from a main nerve or blood vessel.
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  • In cases of two cystic arteries, their origins have been reported as follows.
  • Branches of the anterior and posterior divisions or the internal iliac may exchange origins.
  • Exceptional origins of esophageal arteries occurred on the right side in 3 specimens.
3 Mathematics A fixed point from which coordinates are measured, as where axes intersect.
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  • Given ABC, we may assume its vertices lie on a circle centered at the origin of a Cartesian coordinate system.
  • Let u and v denote two positions on a chromosome, measured in a scale in morgan units with the coordinate origin at the target locus.
  • In fact, from the point P which is at distance d from the origin measured along a radius vector, the distance from P to the pole is d sec b.

Origen

early 16th century: from French origine, from Latin origo, origin-, from oriri 'to rise'.

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Pronunciación: ˌɪntəˈniːsʌɪn
adjective
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