Pronunciation : jen'i-sis
1. The coming into being of something
2. The origin
3. A book of the Bible
4. The initial stage of a developmental process
5. The coming into being of something
Latin word genus (gen, generis) race, stock, kind, : cognate with Greek : genos race, kind and gonos : birth, offspring, stock from the base gen-/gon-/gn- produce, beget, be born : (cf. Skt. janati - begets, bears - janah race - jatah born" Avestan zizanenti they bear; Greek gignesthai to become, happen; Latin - gignere to beget, gnasci to be born, genius procreative divinity, inborn tutelary spirit, innate quality, ingenium inborn character, germen shoot, bud, embryo, germ : Lith. gentis kinsmen : Goth. kuni race : O.E. cennan beget, create : O.H.G. kind child : O.Ir. ro-genar I was born.
• A wave of laughter filled her gray eyes as she recalled the time and place of its genesis.
• No one can fathom the mystery of the genesis of ideas.
Geneses : Plural
Genetic : Adjective
Genethlialogy : Noun
Genesiolgy : Noun
Genealogy : Noun
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