brainchild brainchild  /b ˈreɪn ˌtʃaɪld/


  • (n) a product of your creative thinking and work


  1. The brainchild of Nathan Withrington, a pilot and engineer from Britain, the GoCar speaks directions out loud.
  2. The Red Cross was the brainchild of Switzerland's Henri Dunant, who was also the originator of the Geneva Convention.
  3. The race was the brainchild of Henri Desgrange, a Parisian magazine editor who launched it in 1903 with 60 riders in a bid to boost circulation.


  1. Seeing Change Through 'Wild Soul' Sunglasses

    After graduating from Emory College, buddies Marc Battipaglia and Andres Beker had the idea to turn their love for sunglasses from passion to business. They also incorporated philanthropy into the equation, determined to put some heart into these fashion accessories. Their brainchild officially launched in November 2012, as Wild Soul Sunglasses.
    on June 26, 2013     Source: Forbes

  2. N.A.S.A.: The Spirit of Apollo

    Highly Recommended The brainchild of L.A. producers Squeak E. Clean (Sam Spiegel, brother of Spike Jonze) and DJ Zegon, N.A.S.A. is a hip-hop group with influences from all over the world. Their name stands for "North America South America," representing the roots of the two producers, and to celebrate the release of their first album, The Spirit of Apollo , they taped the sessions that helped ...
    on June 26, 2013     Source: DVD Talk

  3. Codie Gentry: H&M seriously lacking in plus-size options

    Plus-sized fashionistas won't be happy to discover that H&M's plus-size section is merely a few racks. / Codie Gentry is the brainchild of Codie Gentry, a Nashville-based, style-obsessed, plus size-girl with a penchant for fashion, blogging and vintage treasures.
    on June 26, 2013     Source: The Journal News


  1. Lord Sugar, 63, told The Sun: "I've enjoyed Junior Apprentice tremendously - it was my brainchild, it was one reason for me continuing The Apprentice."
    on Jun 10, 2010 By: Sir Alan Sugar Source: The Press Association

  2. About two years ago, the company was acquired by Abraxas Corporation, who chose to keep Cottrell on in the role of chief scientist "as most of the things we build are my brainchild," Cottrell said.
    on Jun 30, 2010 By: Cottrell Source: The New New Internet

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