Definition of begetter in English:

begetter

noun

  • See beget

    • ‘But he was the real begetter of the Human Rights Act, and above all a defender of the judges.’
    • ‘New Lanark, the most famous early mill village, was created and run by its begetter, Robert Owen, with a blend of benevolence and authoritarianism.’
    • ‘She was not the only begetter of this programme, but she dramatized its urgency.’
    • ‘However, he cannot properly be seen as the begetter of international law.’
    • ‘Such conviction is the begetter of culture and history.’

Pronunciation

begetter

/bɪˈɡɛtə/