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Definitions: Nativity

Nativity

Noun

1. The event of being born; "they celebrated the birth of their first child".

2. The theological doctrine that Jesus Christ had no human father; Christians believe that Jesus's birth fulfilled Old Testament prophecies and was attended by miracles; the Nativity is celebrated at Christmas.

Source: WordNet 1.7.1 Copyright © 2001 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
 

 

Date "nativity" was first used: 12th century. (references)

 

http://www.websters-online-dictionary.org/definition/Nativity

Specialty Definition: Nativity

(From Wikipedia, the free Encyclopedia)


A Nativity Scene

The Nativity refers to the birth of Jesus Christ.

According to the Bible Jesus was born in the city of Bethlehem in a stable, surrounded by farm animals and shepherds. The baby Jesus was born into a manger from the Virgin Mary assisted by her husband Joseph. The odd location of the birth was the result of the refusal of a nearby inn to accommodate the expecting couple. Three wise men were also said to have visited the event, bearing gifts.

Remembering or re-creating the Nativity is one of the central ways Christians celebrate Christmas. In Christian churches children will often perfom plays re-creating the events of the Nativity, or sing some of the numerous Christmas carols that reference the event. Many Christians will also display a small re-creation of the Nativity known as a Nativity scene in their homes, using wooden figurines to portray the key characters of the event.

Though Jesus's birth is celebrated on December 25, most scholars agree that it is unlikely he was actually born on this date.

Source: adapted by the editor from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia under a copyleft GNU Free Documentation License (GFDL) from the article "Nativity."

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Synonyms: Nativity

Synonyms: birth (n), nascence (n), nascency (n). (additional references)

Antonym: death (n). (additional references)

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Synonyms within Context: Nativity

Context

Synonyms within Context (source: adapted from Roget's Thesaurus).

Beginning

Origin; (cause); source, rise; bud, germ; egg, rudiment; genesis, primogenesis, birth, nativity, cradle, infancy; start, inception, creation, starting point; dawn; (morning); evolution.

Prediction

Verb: predict, prognosticate, prophesy, vaticinate, divine, foretell, soothsay, augurate, tell fortunes; cast a horoscope, cast a nativity; advise; forewarn.

 

Noun: prediction, announcement; program, programme; (plan); premonition; (warning); prognosis, prophecy, vaticination, mantology, prognostication, premonstration; augury, auguration; ariolation, hariolation; foreboding, aboding; bodement, abodement; omniation, omniousness; auspices, forecast; omen; horoscope, nativity; sooth, soothsaying; fortune telling, crystal gazing; divination; necromancy.

Sorcery

Verb: practice sorcery;Noun: cast a nativity, conjure, exorcise, charm, enchant; bewitch, bedevil; hoodoo, voodoo; entrance, mesmerize, magnetize; fascinate; (influence); taboo; wave a wand; rub the ring, rub the lamp; cast a spell; call up spirits, call up spirits from the vasty deep; raise spirits from the dead.

Source: adapted from Roget's Thesaurus.

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Crosswords: Nativity

English words defined with "nativity": ApotelesmcrecheNatalitious, Nativies, NowelParousia, PatavinityThe Nativityvirgin birth. (references)

 

Specialty definitions using "nativity": FeastsHaloNativity sceneOdd NumbersShandean Exactness, St. John's Eve, St. Mark's Eve. (references).

 

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Modern Usage: Nativity

Domain

Usage

Screenplays

Oh God. One Christmas our dog, Vandi, stole The Baby Jesus from the Nativity scene and my mother ran through the neighborhood in her housecoat screaming 'Vandi you eat that Baby Jesus you're going to Doggy Hell. (Caroline in the City; writing credit: Angela Carneiro)

Twinkling colored lights are nice and so are plastic Santas and reindeers and nativity scenes, but let me tell you something. (Northern Exposure; writing credit: Khadijah Hashim)

Movie/TV Titles

The Nativity Cycle (1956)

Nativity Blues (1989)

The Nativity (1986)

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Commercial Usage: Nativity

Domain

Title

Books

·         Angels & All Children: A Nativity Story in Words, Music, and Art (reference)

·         Nativity (reference)

·         Nativity Poems (reference)

·         Precious Moments Christmas Miracle: Create Your Own Nativity Scene With Press-Out Figures! (reference)

·         Sister Wendy's Nativity (reference)

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Theater & Movies

·         The Beginner's Bible - The Story of the Nativity (reference)

·         Greatest Adventure Stories from the Bible: The Nativity (reference)

(more DVD examples; more video examples)

 

 

Music

·         Christmas Night: Carols of the Nativity (reference)

·         Black Nativity [Broadway Cast] [CAST RECORDING] (reference)

(more classical music examples; more popular music examples)

 

 

Consumer Goods

·         Marquis by Waterford Holy Family Nativity Set (reference)

(more baby examples; more wireless phone examples; more garden examples; more kitchen examples; more tool examples)

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Image Slideshow: Nativity

Photos:
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Familiar Quotations: Nativity

Author

Quotation

Christopher Marlowe

You stars that reigned at my nativity, whose influence hath allotted death and hell.

Source: compiled by the editor from various references.

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Non-Fiction Usage: Nativity

Subject

Topic

Quote

Business

 

Sweden had an elderly population earlier than many other countries because of its low nativity levels at the end of the 19th century. (references)

Lexicography

Devil's Dictionary

HALO, n. Properly, a luminous ring encircling an astronomical body, but not infrequently confounded with "aureola," or "nimbus," a somewhat similar phenomenon worn as a head-dress by divinities and saints. The halo is a purely optical illusion, produced by moisture in the air, in the manner of a rainbow; but the aureola is conferred as a sign of superior sanctity, in the same way as a bishop's mitre, or the Pope's tiara. In the painting of the Nativity, by Szedgkin, a pious artist of Pesth, not only do the Virgin and the Child wear the nimbus, but an ass nibbling hay from the sacred manger is similarly decorated and, to his lasting honor be it said, appears to bear his unaccustomed dignity with a truly saintly grace.

Source: compiled by the editor from ICON Group International, Inc.; see credits.

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Usage Frequency: Nativity

"Nativity" is generally used as a noun (singular) -- approximately 100.00% of the time. "Nativity" is used about 93 times out of a sample of 100 million words spoken or written in English. Its rank is based on over 700,000 words used in the English language. Some parts-of-speech are not covered due to the samples used by the British National Corpus. (note: percents less than one-hundredth of one percent have been omitted)

 

Parts of Speech

Percent

Usage per
100 Million Words

Rank in English

Noun (singular)

100%

93

34,067

Source: compiled by the editor from several corpora; see credits.

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Derived & Related Names: Nativity

The following table summarizes names derived from the word "nativity".
 

Name

Gender

Language

Meaning

Molid

N/A

Biblical

Nativity

Source: compiled by the editor from various references.

 

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Expression: Nativity

Expressions using "nativity": cast a nativity nativity of Christ nativity of mary nativity play nativity scene one's nativity the nativity to calculate one's nativity to cast one's nativity. Additional references.

Hypenated Usage

 

Ending with "nativity": Neo-nativity.

Source: compiled by the editor from various references; see credits.

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Frequency of Internet Keywords: Nativity

The following statistics estimate the number of searches per day across the major English-language search engines as identified by various trade publications. Hyperlinks lead to commercial use of the expression at Amazon.com.
 

 

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Modern Translations: Nativity

Language

 

Translations for "nativity"; alternative meanings/domain in parentheses.

Albanian

  

lindje (accouchement, birth, dawn, delivery, East, generation, genesis, giving birth, labor, labour, nascence, nascency, Orient, origination, procreation, progeniture, rise), lindja e krishtit, horoskop (horoscope). (various references)

 

 

 

Arabic 

  

ميلاد السيد المسيح (the nativity), ولادة (accouchement, birth, confinement, delivery, giving birth). (various references)

 

 

 

Bulgarian 

  

рождество христово, рождение, хороскоп (horoscope), произход (background, beginning, birth, blood, derivation, descent, extraction, filiation, fountain, genesis, line, mint, origin, origination, origins, parentage, pedigree, provenance, provenience, rise, stock). (various references)

 

 

 

Czech

  

narození (birth), zrození. (various references)

 

 

 

Danish

  

julekrybbe (crib, Nativity scene). (various references)

 

 

 

Dutch

  

krib (crib, groin, groyne, manger, Nativity scene, spit, spur, trough). (various references)

 

 

 

French

  

nativité. (various references)

 

 

 

German

  

geburt (birth, childbirth, child-birth, delivery, descent, fruit, parturition, partus). (various references)

 

 

 

Greek 

  

γέννηση (birth, childbirth, delivery, ganeration, nascency, parturition, partus, procreation, progeniture). (various references)

 

 

 

Hungarian

  

horoszkóp (horoscope). (various references)

 

 

 

Italian

  

nativit (birth). (various references)

 

 

 

Japanese Kanji 

  

"�誕 (birth). (various references)

 

 

 

Japanese Katakana 

  

せいた��" (birth, charcoal making), ��"��"うた��" (birth), ��"うた��" (birth, end, exaggerated beyond recognition, lies, nonsense, wild talk). (various references)

 

 

 

Manx

  

ruggyr (birth; Rugby football, rugby, rugger), cheet nyn Jiarn (Advent), cheet er y theihll. (various references)

 

 

 

Pig Latin

  

ativitynay.(various references)

 

 

 

Portuguese

  

nativos (natives), natividade, nascimento de cristo, nascimento (birth, heatspot, rising, uprise). (various references)

 

 

 

Romanian

  

naştere (accouchement, bearing, birth, childbirth, confinement, deliverance, delivery, genesis, get, lying in, parentage, parturition, rise, strain), loc de origine. (various references)

 

 

 

Russian 

  

рождение (accouchement, birth, delivery, giving birth, nascency). (various references)

 

 

 

Scottish

  

důthchas (hereditary right or, heredity). (various references)

 

 

 

Serbo-Croatian

  

rođenje (birth), rađanje (birth, nascency, parturition, procreation), gospojina (assumption). (various references)

 

 

 

Spanish

  

navidad (Christmas, Christmas Day, Noel, xmas, Yule), natividad, nacimiento (birth, calve, crib, dawn, detonation, formation, Nativity scene, rise, rising, source). (various references)

 

 

 

Swedish

  

nativitet (birth rate, birth-rate, natality), födelse (birth, fall). (various references)

 

 

 

Turkish

  

doğum (accouchement, birth, childbearing, delivery, Natal, obstetric, parturition, puerperal, termination of pregnancy), doğuş (birth, genesis, nascency, Natal, origin, rise, rising). (various references)

 

 

 

Ukranian 

  

різдво христове, гороскоп (ascendant, horoscope), народження (birth), місце народження (birthplace). (various references)

Source: compiled by the editor from various translation references.

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Ancestral Language Translations: Nativity

Language

Period

Translations

Latin

500 BCE-Modern

nativitate, nativitatis, nativus. (various references)

Source: compiled by the editor from various references.

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Bible Trace: Nativity

Language

Date

Source

Genesis Chapter 11, Verse 28

Greek (transliterated)

250 BC

Septuagint

Kai apeqanen arran enwpion qara tou patroV autou en th gh h egenhqh en th cwra twn caldaiwn

Latin

405

Vulgate

Mortuusque est Aran ante Thare patrem suum in terra nativitatis suae in Ur Chaldeorum

Middle English

1395

Wyclif

And Aran was deed bifore Thare, his fadre, in the lond of his birthe, in Vr of Caldeis.

Renaissance English

1526

Tyndale

And Haran dyed before Terah his father in the londe where he was borne at Vr in Chaldea.

Jacobean English

1611

King James

And Haran died before his father Terah in the land of his nativity, in Ur of the Chaldees.

Victorian English

1833

Webster

And Haran died before his father Terah, in the land of his nativity, in Ur of the Chaldees.

Basic English

1964

Ogden

And death came to Haran when he was with his father Terah in the land of his birth, Ur of the Chaldees.

Source: compiled by the editor from various references; see credits.

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Matched Bible Translations: Nativity

Language

Genesis Chapter 11, Verse 28

Bulgarian

И Аран умря преди баща си Тара в Ур Халдейски, в родната си земя.

Cebuano

Ug namatay si Haran, sa wala pa mamatay ang iyang amahan nga si Tare sa yuta nga iyang natawohan; sa Ur sa mga Caldehanon.

Chinese

" ��'

Croatian

Haran umrije za života svoga oca Teraha, u svome rodnom kraju, u Uru Kaldejskom.

Danish

Haran dřde i sin Fader Taras Levetid i sin Hjemstavn i Ur Kasdim.

Dutch

En Haran stierf voor het aangezicht zijns vaders Terah, in het land zijner geboorte, in Ur der Chaldeen.

Finnish

Ja Haaran kuoli ennen isäänsä Terahia synnyinmaassansa, Kaldean Uurissa.

French

Et Haran mourut en présence de Térach, son pčre, au pays de sa naissance, Ur en Chaldée. -

German

Haran aber starb vor seinem Vater Tharah in seinem Vaterlande zu Ur in Chaldäa.

Haitian Creole

Aran mouri anvan papa l'. Li mouri lavil Our nan peyi Kalde kote l' te fčt la.

Hungarian

Meghala pedig Hárán, az ő atyjának Thárénak szemei előtt, az ő születésének földjén, Úr-Kaszdimban.

Indonesian-Bahasa Sehari-hari

Haran meninggal di kampung halamannya, yaitu Ur di Babilonia, pada waktu ayahnya masih hidup.

Indonesian-Terjemahan Lama

Maka Haran itu mati dahulu dari pada Terah, bapanya, di tanah tempat ia tumpah darah, yaitu di Urkasdim.

Italian

Aran poi morě alla presenza di suo padre Terach nella sua terra natale, in Ur dei Caldei.

Korean

�� ��"

Maori

A i mate a Harana i te oranga ano o tona papa o Teraha i te whenua i whanau ai ia, i Uru o nga Karari.

Modern Greek

Και απεθανεν ο Αρραν ενωπιον Θαρα του πατρος αυτου εν τω τοπω της γεννησεως αυτου, εν Ουρ των Χαλδαιων.

Norwegian

Og Haran dřde hos sin far Tarah i sitt fedreland, i Ur i Kaldea.

Portuguese

Hară morreu antes de seu pai Tera, na terra do seu nascimento, em Ur dos Caldeus.   

Rumanian

Wi Haran a murit kn faya tatqlui squ Terah, kn yara kn care se nqscuse, kn Ur kn Haldea. -

Russian

й ХНЕТ бТБО ТЙ жБТТЕ, ПФ"Е УЧПЕН, Ч ЪЕНМЕ ТПЦ"ЕОЙС УЧПЕЗП, Ч хТЕ иБМ"ЕКУЛПН.

Spanish

Harán murió antes que su padre Taré, en el lugar donde había nacido, en Ur de los caldeos.

Swedish

Och Haran dog hos sin fader Tera i sitt fädernesland, i det kaldeiska Ur.

Thai

ฮารานไ��"้สิ้นชีวิตก่อนเทราห์ผู้เป็นบิ��"าของเขาในแผ่น��"ินที่เขาบังเกิ��" ในเมืองเออร์ของชาวเคลเ��"ีย

Ukrainian

"аран же помер за життя свого батька, у краї свого народження, в Урі халдейському.

Source: compiled by the editor from various references; see credits.

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Misspellings: Nativity

Misspellings

 

"Nativity" is suggested in spellcheckers for the following: naiviety, naivity, nomicity. (additional references)

Source: compiled by the editor, based on several corpora (additional references).

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Rhyming with "Nativity"

# of Phoneme Matches

Pronunciation

Word(s) rhyming with "nativity" (pronounced nuti"vutē)

7

-u t i" v u t ē

insensitivity, negativity, oversensitivity, relativity, sensitivity.

6

-t i" v u t ē

activity, captivity, conductivity, connectivity, creativity, festivity, hyperactivity, inactivity, objectivity, productivity, radioactivity, reactivity, receptivity, retroactivity, selectivity, subjectivity, superconductivity.

5

-i" v u t ē

aggressivity, exclusivity, expressivity, passivity, proclivity, progressivity, reflexivity.

4

-v u t ē

brevity, cavity, depravity, gravity, hypersensitivity, levity, longevity, velvety.

3

-u t ē

ability, abnormality, absurdity, acceptability, accessibility, accountability, acidity, actuality, acuity, adaptability, admissibility, adversity, advisability, affinity, affordability, agility, alacrity, alkalinity, ambiguity, amenity, amiability, amity, analyticity, animosity, annuity, anonymity, antiquity, anxiety, applicability, atrocity, audacity, austerity, authenticity, authority, availability, banality, barbarity, believability, bestiality, biodiversity, bisexuality, brutality, calamity, capability, capacity, causality, celebrity, centrality, charity, chastity, civility, clarity, collegiality, commodity, commonality, community, comparability, compatibility, complexity, complicity, comprehensibility, conditionality, confidentiality, conformity, congeniality, congruity, constitutionality, continuity, convertibility, credibility, credulity, criminality, criticality, crotchety, culpability, curiosity, cyclicality, debility, deductibility, deformity, deity, deniability, density, dependability, deputy, desirability, dexterity, dignity, dimensionality, disability, discontinuity, disparity, dissimilarity, disunity, diversity, divinity, docility, domesticity, duality, ductility, duplicity, durability, eccentricity, elasticity, electability, electricity, eligibility, enforceability, enmity, enormity, entity, equality, equanimity, equity, eternity, ethnicity, eventuality, extraterritoriality, extremity, facility, fallibility, falsity, familiarity, fatality, feasibility, Felicity, femininity, ferocity, fertility, fidelity, finality, flammability, flexibility, fluidity, formality, fragility, fraternity, frivolity, frugality, functionality, futility, generality, generosity, geniality, gentility, gratuity, gullibility, heredity, heterogeneity, heterosexuality, hilarity, homogeneity, homosexuality, hospitality, hostility, humanity, humidity, humility, identity, illegality, illiquidity, immaturity, immobility, immorality, immortality, immunity, impartiality, impersonality, impossibility, impropriety, impunity, impurity, inability, inaccessibility, incapacity, incivility, incompatibility, incongruity, incredulity, indemnity, indestructibility, indignity, individuality, inequality, inequity, inevitability, infallibility, inferiority, infertility, infidelity, infinity, infirmity, inflexibility, informality, ingenuity, inhumanity, insanity, insecurity, instability, instrumentality, insularity, integrity, intensity, invincibility, invisibility, invulnerability, irrationality, irregularity, irresponsibility, irritability, laity, laxity, legality, legibility, lethality, liability, liberality, liquidity, lividity, locality, majority, malleability, maneuverability, marketability, masculinity, materiality, maternity, maturity, mediocrity, mendacity, mentality, minority, miscibility, mobility, modality, modernity, monstrosity, morality, morbidity, mortality, motility, multiplicity, municipality, musicality, mutuality, nationality, necessity, neutrality, nobility, Nonconformity, nonentity, nonutility, normality, notoriety, nudity, obesity, obscenity, obscurity, oddity, opacity, opportunity, originality, overcapacity, palatability, parity, partiality, particularity, paternity, paucity, peculiarity, permeability, perpetuity, perplexity, personality, perversity, piety, plausibility, plurality, polarity, polity, pomposity, popularity, portability, possibility, posterity, practicality, predictability, principality, priority, probability, probity, profanity, profitability, promiscuity, propensity, proportionality, propriety, prosperity, proximity, publicity, punctuality, purity, quality, quantity, rapidity, rarity, rationality, readability, reality, reciprocity, regularity, reliability, religiosity, respectability, responsibility, rickety, rigidity, salinity, sanctity, sanity, scarcity, seasonality, security, senility, seniority, sensibility, sensuality, sentimentality, serendipity, serenity, severity, sexuality, similarity, simplicity, sincerity, sobriety, society, solemnity, solidarity, solidity, sorority, speciality, specificity, spirituality, spontaneity, stability, sterility, stupidity, suitability, superfluidity, superiority, supermajority, surety, survivability, susceptibility, sustainability, technicality, temerity, tenacity, theatricality, timidity, tonality, totality, toxicity, tranquility, transferability, Trinity, triviality, turbidity, ubiquity, unanimity, unavailability, unfamiliarity, uniformity, unity, universality, university, unpopularity, unpredictability, unreality, unreliability, uppity, utility, validity, vanity, variability, variety, varsity, velocity, venality, veracity, Verity, versatility, viability, vicinity, virginity, virility, virtuosity, viscosity, visibility, vitality, volatility, voracity, vulgarity, vulnerability.

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Anagrams: Nativity

Scrabble® Enable2K-Verified Anagrams

 

Words within the letters "a-i-i-n-t-t-v-y"

 

-1 letter: tantivy.

 

-2 letters: titian, vanity.

 

-3 letters: natty, nitty, taint, titan, vitta.

 

-4 letters: anti, ayin, inia, inti, navy, tain, tint, tiny, titi, tivy, tyin, vain, vina, viny, vita.

 

-5 letters: ain, ait, ani, ant, any, att, ivy, nay, nit, tan, tat, tav, tin, tit, van, vat, via, yin.

 

Words containing the letters "a-i-i-n-t-t-v-y"

 

+2 letters: inactivity, invitatory, negativity.

 

+3 letters: antigravity.

 

+4 letters: intravitally, transitively, transitivity.

 

+5 letters: inattentively, inevitability, interactively, investigatory, nonadditivity, noncreativity, terminatively, underactivity.

Source: compiled by the editor from various references; see credits.

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Alternative Orthography: Nativity


Hexadecimal (or equivalents, 770AD-1900s) (references)

4E 61 74 69 76 69 74 79

Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519; backwards) (references)

American Sign Language (origins from 1620-1817 in Italy and, especially, France) (references)

Semaphore (1791, in France) (references)

Braille (1829, in France) (references)

Morse Code (1836) (references)

-.    .-    -    ..    ...-    ..    -    -.--.

Dancing Men (Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, 1903) (references)

Binary Code (1918-1938, probably earlier) (references)

01001110 01100001 01110100 01101001 01110110 01101001 01110100 01111001

HTML Code (1990) (references)

&#78 &#97 &#116 &#105 &#118 &#105 &#116 &#121

ISO 10646 (1991-1993) (references)

004E 0061 0074 0069 0076 0069 0074 0079

British Sign Language (Fingerspelling, BSL; 1992, British Deaf Association Dictionary of British Sign Language) (references)

Encryption (beginner's substitution cypher): (references)

4867867588758691

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Modern Literature: Nativity

Genre

Long Story

The Liam Smith Show: Nativity by Jason Gaston

 

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Art Gallery: Nativity

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Proper Noun and Trade Name Usage: NATIVITY

 

Book Titles: Nativity

The Nativity ~ Julie Vivas 
 Date:
31 October, 1994
 Publisher: Voyager Books
 Price: $5.40

Nativity: Cre*ches of the World ~ Leslie A. Pina, Lorita Winfield, Leslie Pina, Ramon Pina, Leslie Pin*a
 Date:
01 January, 2000
 Publisher: Schiffer Publishing
 Price: $29.95

'Twas The Night: The Nativity Story (Carlson, Melody) ~ Melody Carlson, Susan Reagan
 Date:
30 October, 2004
 Publisher: Broadman & Holman Publishers
 Price: $9.74

A Child Was Born: A First Nativity Book ~ Grace Maccarone, Sam Williams
 Date:
01 November, 2000
 Publisher: Scholastic
 Price: $10.95

Nativity Stained Glass Coloring Book (Dover Pictorial Archives) ~ Marty Noble
 Date:
18 June, 2004
 Publisher:
Dover Publications
 Price: $5.95

Baby's First Nativity : The First Bible Collection ~ Muff Singer, Peter Stevenson 
 Date:
01 October, 1997
 Publisher: Reader's Digest Association
 Price: $10.99

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Music Titles: Nativity

Bending Towards the light...A jazz nativity ~ Hampton, Brubeck, Puente, Faddis, Various Artists, Anne Phillips 
 Release Date:
10 October, 1997
 Label: Milan Records
 Price: $15.99

Nativity in Black, Vol. 2: A Tribute to Black Sabbath ~ Various Artists 
 Release Date:
06 June, 2000
 Label: Priority Records
 Price: $16.98

Nativity in Black ~ Various Artists 
 Release Date:
04 October, 1994
 Label: Sony
 Price: $11.98

Black Nativity [Broadway Cast] ~ Broadway Cast Recording 
 Release Date:
30 January, 2001
 Label: Collectables
 Price: $12.97

Sanctus: Baroque Music For The Nativity ~ Johann Sebastian Bach, Brossard de Montancy, Anonymous, Guillaume Bouzignac, Crestot, Michel Corrette, Marc-Antoine Charpentier, Giovanni Gabrieli, Claudio Monteverdi, Arcangelo Corelli 
 Release Date: 15 October, 1996
 Label: Asv Living Era
 Price: $16.98

Bending Towards the Light: Jazz Nativity ~ Various Artists
 Release Date:
14 November, 1995
 Price: $16.98

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Classical Music Titles: Nativity

Christmas Night: Carols of the Nativity ~ Christmas Traditional, Boris Ord, Herbert Howells, Harold Edwin Darke, John Rutter, Patrick Hadley, William Ballet, Peter Cornelius, Sir Richard Runciman Terry, Samuel Scheidt 
 Release Date: 20 January, 1993
 Label: Collegium
 Price: $17.99

 

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Video Titles: Nativity

Nativity Miracles
 Release Date:
23 September, 2003
 Studio: Good Times Home Vide
 Price: $9.95

Greatest Heroes and Legends of the Bible: The Nativity
 Release Date:
20 January, 2004
 Studio: Good Times Home Vide
 Price: $9.99

Children Nativity
 Release Date:
23 September, 2003
 Studio: Good Times Home Vide
 Price: $9.95

The Beginner's Bible - The Story of the Nativity 
 Release Date:
24 September, 2002
 Studio: Sony Music (Video)
 Price: $11.68

The Nativity: A Marvelous Exchange
 Release Date:
15 November, 2004
 Studio: Bema Publishing, LLC
 Price: $11.95

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Authors: Nativity

A Pilgrim's Guide to the Holy Land for Orthodox Christians ~ Holy Nativity Convent Staff
 Date:
01 December, 1997
 Publisher: St. Nectarios Press
 Price: $22.00

One Holy Night ~ Red Nativity Cssorr 1001
 Date:
31 October, 1998
 Publisher: SOAR
 Price: $9.99

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Recording Artists: Nativity

Vol. 2-Visions & Rhythms ~ Red Nativity, Koljademo, Raven
 Release Date:
08 June, 1999
 Label: Natural Visions
 Price: $17.99

Vol. 2 ~ Nashboro Nativity
 Release Date:
19 September, 1995
 Label: Nashboro Records
 Price: $12.98

Vol. 1 ~ Nashboro Nativity
 Release Date:
19 September, 1995
 Label: Nashboro Records
 Price: $12.98

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Garden Products: Nativity

Winter White Nativity Pattern
 Source: Sherwood Creations, Inc.

3-D Nativity Shadow Pattern
 Source: Sherwood Creations, Inc.

Rejoice Nativity Pattern
 Source: Sherwood Creations, Inc.

Arched Nativity - Set Pattern
 Source: Sherwood Creations, Inc.

Lawn Nativity Manger Set Pattern
 Source: Sherwood Creations, Inc.

Nativity Shepherd Pattern
 Source: Sherwood Creations, Inc.

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Kitchen Products: Nativity

Lenox China Jewels Nativity Porcelain Donkey
 Release Date:
01 September, 2004
 Source: Lenox
 Price: $44.95

Lenox China Jewels Nativity Porcelain 3-Piece The Three Kings
 Release Date:
01 September, 2004
 Source: Lenox
 Price: $149.95

Lenox China Jewels Nativity Porcelain Balthazar
 Release Date:
01 September, 2004
 Source: Lenox
 Price: $49.95

Lenox China Jewels Nativity Porcelain Shepherd with Staff
 Release Date:
01 September, 2004
 Source: Lenox
 Price: $54.95

Lenox China Jewels Nativity Porcelain Sheep
 Release Date:
01 September, 2004
 Source: Lenox
 Price: $34.95

Lenox China Jewels Nativity Porcelain 3-Piece The Holy Family
 Release Date:
01 September, 2004
 Source: Lenox
 Price: $114.95

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Toy Products: Nativity

Veggie Tales Nativity Set
 Source: Blue Box, Inc.
 Price: $19.99

 

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Use in News and Articles: NATIVITY

Here are the people behind the welcome. (Cathedral of the Nativity of the blessed Virgin Mary, Biloxi, Mississippi)
Date:
October 17, 1997;
Publication: National Catholic Reporter; Author: Jones, Arthur

HEAVENLY PIECES GLOBAL NATIVITY COLLECTION BORN OF CULTURAL INTEREST .(Lifestyles/Spotlight)
Date:
December 1, 1999;
Publication: Rocky Mountain News (
Denver, CO); Author: Meadow, James B.

HEAVENLY PIECES GLOBAL NATIVITY COLLECTION BORN OF CULTURAL INTEREST
Date:
December 1, 1999;
Publication:
Denver Rocky Mountain News; Author: James B. Meadow; News Staff Writer

Families: Is the Nativity play living in the past?; Go back a decade and schools would have shuddered at the thought of anything other than a traditional Nativity, but today they are embracing a whole new concept of the Christmas play. Do parents feel robbed of the traditional Nativity play, or do they prefer to see something different in our multicultural society? DIANE PARKES reports.(Features)
Date:
December 16, 2003;
Publication: Birmingham Evening Mail (
England); Author: None

Nativity Returns to Crossroads
Date:
November 30, 2006;
Publication: Post-Bulletin; Author: None

 

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INDEX

  Nativity (Back to Top)

  Definition

  Synonyms

  Crosswords

  Usage: Modern

  Usage: Commercial

  Images: Slideshow

  Quotations: Familiar

  Quotations: Non-fiction

  Usage Frequency

  Names: Derived from

  Expressions

  Expressions: Internet

  Translations: Modern

  Translations: Ancient

  Bible Trace

  Derivations

  Rhymes

  Anagrams

  Orthography

  Bibliography

 

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