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  1. Hi …you have an entertaining and fun column!
    But note that declension for born is born, born, born for a child, also for anything new such as born of, born again, a star is born etc.
    For anything else it’s bear, bore, borne, including a mom giving birth. See my blog for more info article “Born or borne”
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      • Hi …you have an entertaining and fun column!
        But note that declension for born is born, born, born for a child, also for anything new such as born of, born again, a star is born etc.
        For anything else it’s bear, bore, borne, including a mom giving birth. See my blog for more info article “Born or borne”
        23noel69.medium.com

        Yes. Absolutely. Bear is present. Bore is past. Borne is past participle. That’s for mother centered birth. For child centered birth it’s born, born, born. My blog shown above has complete proof sources and sentence examples.

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