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The "adjective" form of aborning doesn't behave like an adjetive at all. Not only is it not comparable, but it positions itself like a participle, just like the -ing would indicate. However, it doesn't mean quite the same as you would expect from aborn, which seems to be roughly synonymous with born. Somehow, aborning has swallowed up the be (or aborn has lost it). Thus Ye must be aborn again (most hits for aborn seem to be variants on this), but talent aborning and not talent being aborn. -dmh 05:03, 14 Dec 2004 (UTC)