Just out of curiosity, what is the verb form of inception? My (uneducated) guesses are incept and inceive.
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There is none in current use! The verb with the same meaning is "to begin".
"Incept" now primarily means "to take in; ingest". However, according to Merriam-Webster, it has an archaic meaning (now out of use) of "to begin".