verb (used with object), be·got or (Archaic) be·gat; be·got·ten or be·got; be·get·ting.
Words nearby beget
Origin of beget
OTHER WORDS FROM begetbe·get·ter, noun
Examples from the Web for begetting
But it takes a special kind of ease and openness for all this begetting to take place.
Which raises the chilling question: Are the arsons in Coatesville begetting more arsons?
They changed American music forever, begetting more kings: Benny Goodman, the “King of Swing” and Nat “King” Cole.
Their wives are foolish, and wicked are their children; accursed is their begetting.
He is the god who is set over, and has the power of begetting, all things.The City of God, Volume I|Aurelius Augustine
But gratification of the sexual instinct and begetting and conceiving are not the same thing.Woman under socialism|August Bebel
Take for example—and it is well to begin at the beginning —the whole topic of the begetting and rearing of children.
And Paul is ever begetting spiritual children, to see himself robbed of them by these bewitching Judaizers.The Expositor's Bible: The Epistle to the Galatians|G. G. Findlay