engendrure

noun
en·​gen·​drure | \-drər, -ˌdru̇(ə)r\
variants: or less commonly engendure \ -​dyər, -​ˌdyu̇(ə)r \
plural -s

Definition of engendrure 

1 obsolete : the act of engendering

2 archaic : descent, parentage also : origin, source

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History and Etymology for engendrure

engendrure from Middle English, from Middle French, from Old French engendreure, from engendrer to engender + -ure; engendure from Middle English, alteration of engendrure

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