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Definitions of bear:

part of speech: past tense

Bore, bare.

part of speech: noun

A wild animal covered with rough shaggy hair; name of two constellations- the " Ursa Major" and the " Ursa Minor"; a name applied to a speculative jobber on the stock exchange; any brutal or ill- behaved person.

part of speech: verb transitive

To support or hold up; carry or convey; suffer or endure; be answerable for, as blame; possess, wear, or use; have in or on; contain; keep, especially in the mind; as, to bear no malice; admit or be capable of; as, his life will not bear examination; bring forth or produce; as, the oak tree bears acorns; used passively with.

part of speech: past participle

Borne.

part of speech: verb

To carry; to support; to suffer; to produce; to bring forth.

part of speech: verb transitive

To carry or support: to enure: to behave or conduct one's self: to bring forth or produce. - TO BEAR A HAND, to assist: to be active and not delay. ( Amer.).

part of speech: present participle

Bearing.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To be capable of supporting; be fruitful; to press, or weigh upon or against; tend; be related; take effect; be situated.

part of speech: past participle

Born; as, a child was born.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To suffer: to be patient: to press ( with on or upon): to be situated:- pr. p. bearing; pa. t. bore; pa. p. borne ( but the pa. p. when used to mean " brought forth" is born).

part of speech: noun

A large, heavy wild animal which lives on flesh, and insects; the name of two groups of stars in the northern hemisphere called the Great Bear and the Little Bear; one who attempts to lower the value of stock in order to buy cheap; opposite to bull; a rude, uncouth, or brutal person.

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