from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- v. Past tense and a past participle of beget.
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- v. Simple past of beget.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- imp. & p. p. of beget.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Preterit and past participle of beget.
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Hence, either the Syriac text has been slightly altered by a transcriber (only one letter had to be changed) or the translator understood the word begot of conventional, not of carnal, fatherhood, a meaning it has in verses 8 and 12.
As for "begot" meaning "became the ancestor of," I was taking the date to refer to the date the child was born.
I asked for proof that "begot" could mean "begot the person who became the ancestor of …"
"As for" begot "meaning" became the ancestor of, "I was taking the date to refer to the date the child was born.
From the one came the many, begot or pollinate by inspiration or its lack: Alamo RentaCar begat AlamoDome begat Alamo Frozen Burrito which in turn was father to Alamo Bowlarama.
Inspirational Quote: The hag Sedition was your mother, and Perversity begot you.
Yet to say blindness begot the love gives people the illusion that blindness is more than a physical disability.
And then Jill begot Jake and Jake begot Ali and Ali begot Chris -except Chris decided he didn't want to be the Bachelor.
I stopped talking, nothing feeding nothing until nothing was huge and nothing begot nothing.
But, conversion begot by aggressive or predatory proselytization is a form of violence.