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origin (n.)

15世纪, “祖先, 种族”, 来自拉丁文 originem (名词 origo) “兴起, 开始, 开始, 源头; 后裔, 血统, 出生”, 源于 oriri “出现, 兴起, 起床; 出现在地平线之上, 变得可见; 出生, 被降生, 接受生命;” 形象地说是“出世, 起源, 进行, 开始” (河流, 谣言等的).), 出自PIE *heri- “兴起” (来源也是赫梯语 arai- “兴起, 提升, 提高”, 梵语 iyarti “启动, 移动”, 亚美尼亚语 y-arnem “兴起” ). 意思是“存在的开始” 是从1560年代开始的; “某物从其存在或性质中获得的意义” 是从17世纪开始的.

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Definitions of origin from WordNet

origin (n.)
the place where something begins, where it springs into being;
Jupiter was the origin of the radiation
Synonyms: beginning / root / rootage / source
origin (n.)
properties attributable to your ancestry;
he comes from good origins
Synonyms: descent / extraction
origin (n.)
an event that is a beginning; a first part or stage of subsequent events;
Synonyms: origination / inception
origin (n.)
the point of intersection of coordinate axes; where the values of the coordinates are all zero;
origin (n.)
the source of something's existence or from which it derives or is derived;
origin in sensation
the rumor had its origin in idle gossip
vegetable origins
mineral origin
origin (n.)
the descendants of one individual;
Synonyms: lineage / line / line of descent / descent / bloodline / blood line / blood / pedigree / ancestry / parentage / stemma / stock
From wordnet.princeton.edu