To start, to initiate or take the first step into something. (verb)
Beginning; start. (noun)
Examples of word Begin
I shall begin -- yes, I shall _begin_ with a course of the Norwegian theatres.
Then, just _one more_ glimpse at the evening paper -- and you would begin ... oh yes! you _would begin_!
I will simply assure you, that meaning to begin work in deep earnest, _begin_ without affectation, God knows, -- I do not know what will help me more than hearing from you, -- and therefore, if you do not so very much hate it, I know I _shall_ hear from you -- and very little more about your 'tiring me.'
For first you had to be created, only that; and then, in my time; and then, not in Timbuctoo but Wimpole Street, and then ... the strange hedge round the sleeping Palace keeping the world off -- and then ... all was to begin, all the difficulty only _begin_: -- and now ... see where is reached!
And they really do form a whole leadership language of sorts that those of us Leading Without a Title begin to speak to each other.