The woman—a gem—studied the charges and told me she was going to look at the origination of their purchases.
And Brahman has been defined as that from which there proceed the origination, sustentation, and retractation of this world.
Of origination there is no speck in his reflections or spark in his style.
These are unconfirmed statements, having no details, and are suspicious in their time of origination.
But what conception are we to form of the nature and mode of this origination?
I cannot separate the origination of ideas from the reception of ideas.
To ascribe the origination of order to law is a manifest evasion of the real problem.
There is no necessity of a supernatural aid for the origination of language.
The origination of electric waves in a circuit by a sounding magnet.
A very large part of even quite intelligent conversation has no origination in it and is just made up of phonograph records.
1640s, from Middle French origination (15c.), from Latin originationem (nominative originatio), from originem (see original (adj.)).
1650s, probably a back-formation of origination. In earliest reference it meant "to trace the origin of;" meaning "to bring into existence" is from 1650s; intransitive sense of "to come into existence" is from 1775. Related: Originated; originating.
originate o·rig·i·nate (ə-rĭj'ə-nāt')
v. o·rig·i·nat·ed, o·rig·i·nat·ing, o·rig·i·nates
To bring into being; create.
To come into being; start.