derive (v.) Old form(s): deriu'd , deriues
descend
1H6 II.v.84[Mortimer to Richard] Thy father ... derived / From famous Edmund Langley, Duke of York
2H4 IV.v.44[Prince Henry to sleeping King Henry IV] My due from thee is this imperial crown, / Which, as immediate from thy place and blood, / Derives itself to me
3H6 I.iv.119[York to Queen] To tell thee whence thou camest, of whom derived
JC II.i.322[Ligarius to and of Brutus] Brave son, derived from honourable loins!
MA IV.i.133[Leonato to all, of a beggar's child] I might have said ... / 'This shame derives itself from unknown loins'
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