begetter[ bih-get ]SEE DEFINITION OF begetter
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Begetter of intelligence reached by intuition, not reason, iii.
Such were the deeds of the begetter and giver of being, Tepeuh, Gucumatz.
It was a great and fruitful idea—and the Prince was its only begetter.
One form of the legend makes Tammuz the begetter of autumn vegetation.
They loved; and Love is the parent of endurance, the begetter of courage.
As is the begetter, so are they also that are begotten of him.
Neither am I the only begetter of the fancies I am about to set forth.
She is valued first as a begetter of offspring, second as a domestic.
Who was the "only begetter" of these passionate offerings of the poet's love?
Nine-tenths of all the imaginative literature of the world is concerned with love and death, the begetter and the extinguisher.
mid-15c., agent noun from beget.