Complete Definition of "born"

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English

rank|William|remain|covered|717|born|somewhat|figure|goes

Pronunciation
IPA|/ËboË(r)n/, IPAchar|/bÉÉn/, IPAchar|/bÉÉɹn/
SAMPA|/"bo:(r)n/
audio|en-us-born.ogg|Audio (US)
:rhymes|ÉË(r)n

Etymology 1
From the verb to bear.

Verb
born

  1. past participle of|bear; given birth to.

Derived terms
firstborn

Translations
trans-top|given birth to
Albanian: Lindur
Bulgarian: Ñоден m, Ñодена f, Ñодено n, Ñодени p
Chinese: åºç
Dutch: geboren
Finnish: syntynyt, syntyneet
French: né m, née f
German: geboren
Indonesian: lahir
Italian: nato, dare alla luce
trans-mid
Japanese: çã¾ãã, ãã¾ãã (umareta); çãã, ããããã (shÅjita)
Kurdish: KUchar|ÙÙâداÛکبÙÙÙ
Norwegian: født
Portuguese: nascido
Russian: ÑожденнÑй
Slovak: narodený m, narodená f, narodené n
Slovene: rojen m, rojena f, rojeno n
Spanish: nacido, parido, dar a luz|dado a luz
Swedish: född c, fött n
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See also
borne

Etymology 2
Dialectal variant of burn.

Noun
en-noun

  1. Geordie alternative spelling of|burn A stream.

References
R:New Geordie Dictionary 1987

Verb
en-verb|borns|bornin|bornt|bornt

  1. Geordie alternative spelling of|burn With fire.

References
R:Dobson & Irwin Newcastle 1970

Category:English irregular past participles

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