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A coming or arrival
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  1. A coming or arrival
  2. (Christianity) The liturgical period preceding Christmas, beginning in Western churches on the fourth Sunday before Christmas and in Eastern churches in mid-November, and observed by many Christians as a season of prayer, fasting, and penitence.
  3. The coming or arrival of something or someone that is important or worthy of note:
The beginning of something; start; commencement
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  1. The beginning of something; start; commencement
To bring into being; esp., to create (something original); invent
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  1. To bring into being; esp., to create (something original); invent
  2. To bring into being; create or start:
  3. To come into being; begin; start
(Now chiefly poetic) Dawn.
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  1. (Now chiefly poetic) Dawn.
  2. The first beginnings of something.
The daily appearance of the sun above the eastern horizon
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  1. The daily appearance of the sun above the eastern horizon
  2. The event or time of the appearance of the upper circumferential edge of the sun as it rises above the horizon, typically the eastern horizon except for extreme latitudes.
  3. The sky as the sun rises:
The time in the morning when daylight first appears; dawn
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  1. The time in the morning when daylight first appears; dawn
  2. The beginning of day; dawn.
  3. Dawn.
Any person, place, or thing by which something is supplied
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  1. Any person, place, or thing by which something is supplied
  2. One, such as a person or document, that supplies information:
  3. A person or thing from which something comes into being or is derived or obtained:
An act of beginning; an initial effort:
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  1. An act of beginning; an initial effort:
  2. An instance of beginning a race:
  3. A position of advantage over others, as in a race or an endeavor; a lead:
(Informal) An angry or irritated reaction:
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  1. (Informal) An angry or irritated reaction:
  2. An origin, beginning, or source:
  3. Occasion or opportunity:
To found; establish:
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  1. To found; establish:
  2. To take the first step in doing:
  3. (Now Chiefly Dial.) To cause to start, or move involuntarily; startle
To become visible:
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  1. To become visible:
  2. To seem; look
  3. To give the impression of being in a certain way; seem:
The goddess of the dawn.
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  1. The goddess of the dawn.
  2. The dawn
  3. A luminous atmospheric phenomenon appearing as streamers or bands of light sometimes visible in the night sky in northern or southern regions of the earth. It is thought to be caused by charged particles from the sun entering the earth's magnetic field and stimulating molecules in the atmosphere.
The time when roosters begin to crow; early morning; dawn
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  1. The time when roosters begin to crow; early morning; dawn
  2. The very beginning of the day; dawn.
(Now chiefly poetic) Dawn.
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  1. (Now chiefly poetic) Dawn.
  2. The first beginnings of something.
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  1. Dawn.
  2. The time in the morning when daylight first appears; dawn
  3. The beginning of day; dawn.
The dawn.
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  1. The dawn.
  2. The morning.
The first or early part
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  1. The first or early part
  2. The dawn; daybreak
  3. The part of the day after midnight and before midday: one o'clock in the morning = 0100 or 1 a.m.
The daily appearance of the sun above the eastern horizon
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  1. The daily appearance of the sun above the eastern horizon
  2. The sky as the sun rises:
  3. The event or time of the appearance of the upper circumferential edge of the sun as it rises above the horizon, typically the eastern horizon except for extreme latitudes.
The first part:
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  1. The first part:
  2. The time when something begins or is begun:
  3. The act or process of bringing or being brought into being; a start:
The set of characteristics or circumstances received from one's ancestors; inheritance:
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  1. The set of characteristics or circumstances received from one's ancestors; inheritance:
  2. The beginning of anything
  3. A beginning or commencement.
The day when degrees are conferred by colleges and universities upon students and others.
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  1. The day when degrees are conferred by colleges and universities upon students and others.
  2. The act or time of commencing; beginning; start
  3. A beginning; a start.
The coming into being of something; the origin.
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  1. The coming into being of something; the origin.
  2. (Proper) The first book of the Bible, giving an account of the Creation
  3. The way in which something comes to be; beginning; origin
A state of incipiency; a quality of nascence.
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(Linguistics) The part of a syllable that precedes the nucleus. In the word nucleus (no͝o&STRESS;klē-əs), the onset of the first syllable is (n), the onset of the second syllable is (kl), and the last syllable has no onset.
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  1. (Linguistics) The part of a syllable that precedes the nucleus. In the word nucleus (no͝o&STRESS;klē-əs), the onset of the first syllable is (n), the onset of the second syllable is (kl), and the last syllable has no onset.
  2. The beginning or start of something:
  3. A beginning; start; appearance
A beginning; first part; commencement
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  1. A beginning; first part; commencement
  2. A specific pattern or series of beginning moves in certain games, especially chess.
  3. Start of operations; formal beginning
(Anat.) The less movable of the two points of attachment of a muscle, usually the end attached to the more rigid part of the skeleton
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  1. (Anat.) The less movable of the two points of attachment of a muscle, usually the end attached to the more rigid part of the skeleton
  2. That in which something has its beginning; source; root; cause
  3. A coming into existence or use; beginning
The beginning or initial stage of something
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  1. The beginning or initial stage of something
  2. The initial stage of something; the beginning:
  3. A setting out; beginning; start
That season of the year in which plants begin to grow after lying dormant all winter: in the North Temperate Zone, generally regarded as including the months of March, April, and May: in the astronomical year, that period between the vernal equinox and the summer solstice
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  1. That season of the year in which plants begin to grow after lying dormant all winter: in the North Temperate Zone, generally regarded as including the months of March, April, and May: in the astronomical year, that period between the vernal equinox and the summer solstice
  2. Any period of beginning or newness
  3. A source, beginning, or motive:
An opportunity of beginning or entering upon a career, etc.
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  1. An opportunity of beginning or entering upon a career, etc.
  2. A lead or other advantage, as at the beginning of a race or contest
  3. An instance of beginning a race:
To come into sight
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  1. To come into sight
  2. To give the impression of being in a certain way; seem:
  3. To become visible:
To come into being; originate
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  1. To come into being; originate
  2. To result or spring (from)
  3. To result, issue, or proceed:
To enter upon or have a beginning; start.
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  1. To enter upon or have a beginning; start.
  2. To begin; start; originate
To become conscious:
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  1. To become conscious:
  2. To become apparent or known
  3. To come forth into view; become visible
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