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 for beginning
From Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 :

  130 Moby Thesaurus words for "beginning":
     abecedarian, aboriginal, alpha, anlage, antenatal, anticipation,
     appearance, authorship, autochthonous, babyhood, basal, beginnings,
     birth, budding, childhood, coinage, commencement, conception,
     concoction, contrivance, contriving, cradle, creation, creative,
     creative effort, dawn, dawning, day, derivation, devising,
     earliness, early hour, early stage, elemental, elementary,
     embryonic, emergence, fabrication, fetal, first crack, first stage,
     foresight, formative, foundational, freshman year, fundamental,
     generation, genesis, gestatory, grass roots, ground floor,
     hatching, head, head start, improvisation, in embryo,
     in its infancy, in the bud, inaugural, inception, inceptive,
     inchoate, inchoation, inchoative, incipience, incipiency,
     incipient, incunabula, incunabular, infancy, infant, infantile,
     initial, initiative, initiatory, introductory, invention,
     inventive, making do, mintage, nascence, nascency, nascent, natal,
     nativity, onset, opening, origin, original, origination, outset,
     outstart, parturient, parturition, postnatal, pregnancy, pregnant,
     prenatal, prevenience, prevision, primal, primary, prime, primeval,
     primitive, primogenial, procreative, prologue, provenience,
     radical, radix, readiness, rise, root, rudiment, rudimental,
     rudimentary, running start, setout, source, spring, sprout, start,
     stem, stock, taproot, time to spare, ur, very beginning, youth

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