I reflected that his was the calling which begot civilisation.
Well, this may we say: those who begot us need have no shame.
These qualities, and the time he had for thinking, begot Seed-corn.
It more often begot laughter, and his case was an instance of it.
What were they, after all, but dreams, “begot of nothing but vain fantasy?”
He will rue it that ever he begot a son who will lose him his acres and his steading.
They seem to have no acquaintance with one another, beyond that begot out of the game.
Nabopolassar, the father who begot me, had begun to build a palace of bricks.
From the fame and memory of him that begot me, shamefacedness, and manlike behaviour.
Also afterwards he begot children on his second wife Ediltrudis.