engender englannista suomeksi
(RQ:Shakespeare Julius Caesar)
To give existence to, to produce (living creatures). (defdate)
1891, (w), "James Russell Lowell", ''Essays in London and Elsewhere'', p.60:
- Like all interesting literary figures, he is full of tacit as well as of uttered reference to the conditions that engendered him(nb..).
(RQ:Florio Montaigne Essayes)
1928, "New Plays in Manhattan", ''Time'', 8 Oct.:
- Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart managed to engender "Better Be Good to Me" and "I Must Love You," but they were neither lyrically nor musically up to standards of their Garrick Gaieties or A Connecticut Yankee.
2009, Jonathan Glancey, "The art of industry", ''The Guardian'', 21 Dec.:
- Manufacturing is not simply about brute or emergency economics. It's also about a sense of involvement and achievement engendered by shaping and crafting useful, interesting, well-designed things.
To assume form; to come into existence; to be caused or produced.
(quote-book), transl.|chapter=(w)’s (w)|title=Poems on Various Occasions; and Translations from Several Authors|location=London|publisher=(w)|year_published=1701|section=book I|page=147|passage=Thick Clouds are ſpread, and Storms engender there, / And Thunders Voice, which wretched Mortals fear, / And Winds that on their Wings, cold Winter bear.
(quote-text)|chapter=Of the Kingdome of Darknesse|title=(Hobbes book)|Leviathan, Or The Matter Forme, & Power of a Common-Wealth Ecclesiasticall and Civill|location=London|publisher=(w)|page=343|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=3VddAAAAcAAJ&pg=PA345|passage=But that the bodies of the Reprobate, who make the Kingdome of Satan, ſhall alſo be glorious, or ſpirituall bodies, or that they ſhall bee as the Angels of God, neither eating, nor, drinking, nor engendering(nb..), there is no place of Scripture to prove it(nb..)
(RQ:Milton Paradise Lost)