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- v. Obsolete form of engender.
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For he wille not lyze with his wyfes, but 4 sithes in the zeer, aftre the four cesouns: and that is only for to engendre children.
Whan ye shal go to your garden & seen the herber & grene trees smellynge [the] floures & fruytes with theyr swetnesse/meruaylle the grete power of god in his creatures/& thenne labour & engendre in your mynde
“Touchyng the _befe_: I do estymate him of nature melancolyke, and engendre and produce grosse blode well norisshyng folkes robustes and of stronge complexion, whiche occupy them in great busynesse and payne.”
And seynge the heate of thaier sokynly warmeth the cold ground and heate meint3 with moisture is apt to engendre: it came to passe by the gentle moisture of the night aire, and the comforting heate of the daie sonne, that those humours so riped, drawyng vp to the rinde of thearth, as though their tyme of childbirthe ware come, brake out of their filmes, and deliuered vpon the earth all maner of liuing thinges.
"Si la connaissance engendre des problÃ¨mes, ce n'est certainement pa
a January morning - oh and that we are all fed up with religion and its complete inability to engendre anything but hatred and fear.