Abore vs Aborn - What's the difference?

abore | aborn |


As verbs the difference between abore and aborn

is that abore is (abear) (carry, bear; develop; put up with, thole, tolerate, abide) while aborn is .

As an adjective aborn is

born, begotten, created, developed.

abore

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  • (abear) (carry, bear; develop; put up with, thole, tolerate, abide)
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  • , year=1872 , year_published=2009 , edition=HTML , editor= , author=James De Mille , title=The Cryptogram , chapter= citation , genre= , publisher=The Gutenberg Project , isbn= , page= , passage=Hunder-cook, indeed! which it's what I never abore yet, and never will abear. }}

    aborn

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    Adjective

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  • born, begotten, created, developed
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  • , date=1996-09-26 , year= , first= , last= , author= , quotee=Newsweek , authorlink= , title=A Tale of Exes and Ohs , site=The Daily Beast citation , archiveorg= , accessdate=2012-09-14 , passage=After all, the author of "Portnoy's Complaint" and "Sabbath's Theater" has made a literary career out of fudging the line between his life and his fiction, writing endlessly aborn misogynistic protagonists teasingly named Philip. }}
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  • , date=2009-05-31 , year= , first= , last= , author= , authorlink= , title=Star Trek , site=Ron's Log citation , archiveorg= , accessdate=2012-09-14 , passage= ... or (B) explain it away as something caused by the circumstances of his birth: "Aye, we often see these moles on babes aborn on escape wessels under Romulan attack ... " }}

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