verb (used with object), be·got or (Archaic) be·gat; be·got·ten or be·got; be·get·ting.
Origin of beget
Examples from the Web for begot
These qualities, and the time he had for thinking, begot Seed-corn.A Matter of Proportion|Anne Walker
And the tears of Panchali begot of grief washed her deep, plump and graceful breasts crowned with auspicious marks.Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa Bk. 3 Pt. 1|Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa
These are the generations of Sem: Sem was a hundred years old when he begot Arphaxad, two years after the flood.The Bible, Douay-Rheims Version|Various
He married also Ŭmpas, the sister of Sandab, and begot Ŭmbūrung, who was not well known.
Dimasangkay married also Ampas, the sister of Sandab, and begot Umbūrung.
verb -gets, -getting, -got, -gat, -gotten or -got (tr)
Word Origin for beget
Old English begietan "to get by effort, find, acquire, attain, seize" (class V strong verb, past tense begeat, past participle begeaton), from be- + get (v.). Sense of "to procreate" is from c.1200. Related to Old High German pigezzan, Gothic bigitan "to get, obtain." Related: Begot; begotten.