Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Begotten or created by one's self or itself; self-begotten.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Born or produced by one's self.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Eros is a bit of a trickster, but one of his mythic values is stimulating the human from the beginning toward procreation, but is curiously considered to have been "self-born," a primordial deity.

    Mitchell J. Rabin: The Ways of Love

  • Eros is a bit of a trickster, but one of his mythic values is stimulating the human from the beginning toward procreation, but is curiously considered to have been "self-born," a primordial deity.

    Mitchell J. Rabin: The Ways of Love

  • Eros is a bit of a trickster, but one of his mythic values is stimulating the human from the beginning toward procreation, but is curiously considered to have been "self-born," a primordial deity.

    Mitchell J. Rabin: The Ways of Love

  • Do you really want to live consciously...awake in an infinite field of unconditioned LOVE Love that is vibrantly alive without any known cause, truly self-born, vibrantly pulsating of its own accord?

    Sara Weinstock: Stand For Love

  • Eros is a bit of a trickster, but one of his mythic values is stimulating the human from the beginning toward procreation, but is curiously considered to have been "self-born," a primordial deity.

    Mitchell J. Rabin: The Ways of Love

  • According to the Puranas, Brahma is self-born without mother in the lotus flower which grew from the navel of Vishnu at the beginning of the universe.

    The Gods in Sita Sings the Blues | Spontaneous ∂erivation

  • They are to him, as to all who create, strive and love, "self-born mockers of man's enterprise."

    A Late Bloom From a Master

  • An Indian friend of mine and admirer of Khan's describes him as being "self-born," a force in history with no precedent and a man of ideas and achievement completely non-linear to his context and roots.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • An Indian friend of mine and admirer of Khan's describes him as being "self-born," a force in history with no precedent and a man of ideas and achievement completely non-linear to his context and roots.

    Mongol, A Movie To See

  • An Indian friend of mine and admirer of Khan's describes him as being "self-born," a force in history with no precedent and a man of ideas and achievement completely non-linear to his context and roots.

    Ghenghis Khan

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