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BORN, pp. of bear. baurn. Brought forth, as an animal. A very useful distinction is observed by good authors, who, in the sense of produced or brought forth, write this word born; but in the sense of carried, write it borne. This difference of orthography renders obvious the difference of pronunciation.

1. To be born, is to be produced or brought into life. "Man is born to trouble." A man born a prince or a beggar. It is followed by of, before the mother or ancestors.

Man that is born of woman is of few days and full of trouble. Job.14.

2. To be born, or born again, is to be regenerated and renewed; to receive spiritual life. John 3.

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EQUES'TRIAN, a. [L. equester, equestris, from eques, a horseman, from eqnus, a horse.]

1. Pertaining to horses or horsemanship; performed with horses; as equestrian feats.

2. Being on horseback; as an equestrian lady.

3. Skilled in horsemanship.

4. Representing a person on horseback; as an equestrian statue.

5. Celebrated by horse-races; as equestrian games, sports or amusements.

6. Belonging to knights. Among the Romans, the equestrian order was the order of knights, equites; also their troopers or horsemen in the field. In civil life, the knights stood contra-distinguished from the senators; in the field, from the infantry.

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