ingenite

Ingenite

In*gen"ite\, Ingenit \In*gen"it\, a. [L. ingenitus, p. p. of ingignere to instill by birth or nature; pref. in- + gignere to beget.] Innate; inborn; inbred; inherent; native; ingenerate. [Obs.]

It is natural or ingenite, which comes by some defect of the organs and overmuch brain. --Burton.
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