Con*gen"ite (?), a. [L. congenitus; con- + genitus, p.p. of gignere to beget. See Generate.]

Congenital; connate; inborn. See Congenital.

[Obs.]

Many conclusions, of moral and intellectual truths, seem . . . to be congenite with us. Sir M. Hale.

 

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