Which is correct? Birth place or Native place


Please see the following sentences.

I will visit my native place tomorrow.
I will visit my birth place tomorrow.

In one site, it was mentioned that the correct usage is “birth place” and that is the American style . I am little puzzled on seeing that as mostly I use “native place” in my conversation.

Please anyone throw light on this.


Well, birthplace is definitely more often used than native place hence it is spelled as one word which indicates that it’s a common expression. Anyone understands what a birthplace is - it’s the place where you were born. The term native place is much more general.[YSaerTTEW443543]

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