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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of begin.

Etymologies

begin +‎ -eth (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Here beginneth the chronicle of those memorable circumstances of the year 1620, as recorded by Nathaniel Morton , keeper of the records of Plymouth Colony, based on the account of William Bradford , sometime governor thereof:

    The Desolate Wilderness

  • Here beginneth the chronicle of those memorable circumstances of the year 1620, as recorded by Nathaniel Morton, keeper of the records of Plymouth Colony, based on the account of William Bradford, sometime governor thereof:

    The Desolate Wilderness

  • For here beginneth trouble's cycle, and, worse than that, relentless fate; and from one man's folly came a universal curse, bringing death to the land of Simois, with trouble from an alien shore.

    Hecuba

  • “Purification beginneth prayer, saying the Allaho Akbar of prohibition consecrateth, and the salutation endeth prayer.”

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Vicious Imagery: Verily, bump does beginneth with the letter B skip to main

    Verily, bump does beginneth with the letter B

  • H ere beginneth the chronicle of those memorable circumstances of the year 1620, as recorded by Nathaniel Morton, keeper of the records of Plymouth Colony, based on the account of William Bradford, sometime governor thereof:

    The Desolate Wilderness

  • The great ship flew past us on the wind as the barge had done, but when she was about half a mile aloof we saw her canvass fall to shivering and her yards swaying round, and Arthur cried out: St. Nicholas! the play beginneth again! she is coming about!

    The Water of the Wondrous Isles

  • And therefore the analysis or resolution is by the same way, but beginneth with the knot that was last tied; as we may see in the dissolution of the preterpolitical Church government in England.

    Leviathan

  • Nay, St. John himself, the Apostle beloved of our Lord, beginneth his Second Epistle with these words, "The elder to the elect lady."

    Leviathan

  • Certainly custom is most perfect, when it beginneth in young years: this we call education; which is, in effect, but an early custom.

    The Essays

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