Definition of origination:
insertion, lineage, extraction, blood, substructure, mental hospital, creation, understructure, first appearance, origin, presentation, design, world, stock, line of descent, stemma, opening, entry, inception, incipiency, beginning, knowledgeability, asylum, founding, existence, leadoff, grounding, introduction, intromission, foundation, line, knowledgeableness, mental institution, bloodline, launching, blood line, launch, incipience, foundation garment, parentage, organization, start-up, inauguration, rootage, pedigree, kickoff, groundwork, institution, insane asylum, foot, mental home, creative activity, debut, commencement, unveiling, fundament, trigger, start, base, constitution, instauration, induction, macrocosm, ancestry, cornerstone, installation, initiation, innovation, intro, excogitation, psychiatric hospital, universe, cosmos, descent.
- cause (part of speech: noun)
- creation (part of speech: noun)
- "A Candid Examination of Theism", George John Romanes.
Mr. Gladstone, however, though he ended by expressing his concurrence in the resolution proposed by his chief, used very different language respecting the vote of the House of Lords, characterizing it as " a gigantic innovation, the most gigantic and the most dangerous that had been attempted in our time," since " the origination of a bill for the imposition of a tax, or the amendment of a money- bill, was a slight thing compared with the claim to prevent the repeal of a tax;" and, dealing with assertions which he had heard, that in this instance " the House of Commons had been very foolish and the House of Lords very wise," he asked whether that really described the constitution under which we live.- "The Constitutional History of England From 1760 to 1860", Charles Duke Yonge.
- "Mr. Gladstone and Genesis Essay #5 from "Science and Hebrew Tradition"", Thomas Henry Huxley.