The excerpt here is from the baptism record of Maria Magdalena Burkhardt Langenheld, an illegitimate birth in 1779. It transcribes as "(...)inn Langenheldin, durch [?] er zeugtes Töchterlein, ist den 11. Sept".
The left side is the original scan, and the right is photoshop enhanced to remove as much of the ink smear as possible.
For [?], the best I can transcribe it is a meaningless name, either 'Hurhery' or 'Gurhery'. There are a couple dozen males who could have been possible fathers, but being 18th century Germany, there's actually not many distinct names for the possible fathers:
It's always possible that there was some other male I don't yet know of who was the father, but in this case, it'd be very very unlikely.
Can anyone read the [?] to figure out what name was written/intended?