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Born

1. Brought forth, as an animal; brought into life; introduced by birth. No one could be born into slavery in Mexico. (Prescott)

2. Having from birth a certain character; by or from birth; by nature; innate; as, a born liar. A born matchmaker. born again, regenerated; renewed; having received spiritual life. Except a man be born again, he can not see the kingdom of god. . Born days, days since one was born; lifetime.

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