begotten

Part of speech: verb

Of BEGET, v.

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Usage examples "begotten":

  1. Answer me now, if by some oracle My sire was destined to a bloody end By a son's hand, can this reflect on me, Me then unborn, begotten by no sire, Conceived in no mother's womb? - "The Oedipus Trilogy", Sophocles.
  2. I am the Lover of Life By whom my Son is begotten: This is my Son- The Soul in whom I am well pleased. - "The Piper and the Reed", Robert Norwood.
  3. But to be correct, we will say that it is the grandchild of nature, because all visible things are begotten by nature, and these her children have begotten painting. - "Thoughts on Art and Life", Leonardo da Vinci.