There is no verb "to born" . "Born" comes from "to bear". bear/bore/born. The simple past tense of 'bear' is 'bore'. The past participle is 'born', and it is this form that makes adjectives.
The word “born” is a not a verb and therefore has no tenses. It acts as an adjective or a participle. The verb to which it belongs is “to be” as in “to be born.” In that capacity, its present tense is “I am born,” its present perfect tense is “I have been born,” and its past tense is “I was born .”Aug 10, 2015
Born is the common past-tense form of the verb meaning "to give birth." It is often used in the passive voice : She was born in a log cabin in March of 1817. A lot of good ideas are born outside the workplace.
The past tense of born is bornt (Geordie). The third-person singular simple present indicative form of born is borns. The present participle of born is bornin. The past participle of born is bornt (Geordie).