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natal

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Birth
natalna‧tal /ˈneɪtl/ adjective technical 🔊 🔊 MBrelating to birth 🔊 Green turtles return to their natal island to breed.
Examples from the Corpus
natalWhen last sighted, McCartney was living in the soft south, several hundred miles from his natal city.Enormous improvements have been made there and £1m was provided in 1989 for new maternity and ante natal facilities.All male baboons eventually leave their natal group.Soon there were other worries to consider, and besides, Gary looked none the worse for those natal incantations.The solution Pre natal screening and termination.It was surprising just how people fitted their natal sign.Females tend to remain in their natal units, which thereby increase gradually in size.
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