ENGEN'DER, verb transitive [Latin gener, genero, geno, gigno. See Generate.]
1. To beget between the different sexes; to form in embryo.
2. To produce; to cause to exist; to cause to bring forth. Meteors are engendered in the atmosphere; worms are sometimes engendered in the stomach; intemperance engenders fatal maladies; angry words engender strife.
ENGEN'DER, verb intransitive To be caused or produced.
Thick clouds are spread, and storms engender there.