unbegotten [uhn-bi-got-n] ExamplesWord Origin adjective

  1. not yet begotten; as yet unborn: decisions that will affect our unbegotten children.
  2. without a beginning; eternal.

Origin of unbegotten First recorded in 1525–35; un-1 + begotten Examples from the Web for unbegotten Historical Examples of unbegotten

  • This is its recognition of its first principle and its unbegotten Father.

    Buchanan’s Journal of Man, September 1887


  • He is unborn, unbegotten, intelligent activity; first termination of the Godhead.

    Catholic World, Vol. XI, April 1870-September 1870


  • How wrong to yourself, how infinitely more wrong to your still unborn and unbegotten children!

    The British Barbarians

    Grant Allen

  • A being, Noorele, with three unbegotten sons, lives up among the clouds.

    Magic and Religion

    Andrew Lang

  • Regarded as the unbegotten begetter of the first beginning, he succeeded in achieving the incomprehensible.

    The Lords of the Ghostland

    Edgar Saltus

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