- birth + mother (Wiktionary)
“Nothing good will come from her knowing she lived in the prison before foster care, or that her birthmother was a heroin addict.”
“Nothing good will come from her knowing that she lived in the prison before foster care, or that her birthmother was a heroin addict.”
“What if the birthmother is the one who decides to search for her son or daughter?”
“We take some perverse pleasure in a situation where the "birthmother" says no but the adoptee can get his/her OBC if she's deceased.”
“We're still not sure where he stands if the "birthmother" is deceased or can't be found.”
“Many birth (or first) mothers don't lke the term "birthmother" because they feel it reduces their role to one small act, that of giving birth.”
“(including OBCs) unless and until the "birthmother" gives her consent.”
“My husband and I wrote birthmother letters, and never even knew these books were written, but if someone wants to write one and have some help in presenting it correctly, what is so wrong with that.”
“Reading birthmother blogs has made me aware of how incredibly traumatic it can be to give a child up for adoption, how much regret some women feel.”
“Seventeen days after meeting Mrs. Himes, my lifelong needle-in-a-haystack search for my birthmother was over, because the “needle” called me on my cell phone.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘birthmother’.
Words only (I left out the expressions) from Geza Kerenyi's EN-HU interpreters' dictionary. Most of them pose some difficulty when interpreted between HU and EN in either or both directions.
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