(genus) meaning RACE & KIND OF
. The science of genetics has opened up a world of thought and knowledge of man. Naturally, in order to learn and follow, the vocabulary must keep pace with the developments and knowledge attained. All growth and development are accompanied by language, and keeping pace with the language is the purpose of this book. Every new thought has a ROOT to unlock its treasures. The ROOT itself becomes a treasure to be cherished. He who has no ROOT stays out!
1. Genarch : GEN arch (jen’ ark) n.
Head of family; tribe, or race
2. Gendarme : GEN darme (zhan darm’) n.
Cavalry man in command of a squad
3. Gender : GEN der (jen’ der) n.
Kind; sort; sex - masculine, feminine, neuter
4. Genitals : GEN itals (jen’ i tals) n.
The reproductive organs
5. Genealogy : GEN ealogy (jee nee al’ o jee) n.
The study of family lines; pedigree
6. Genealogy : GEN ealogist (jee nee at’ o jist) n.
One who traces genealogies
7. Gene : GEN e (jene) n.
One of the elements in hereditary development
8. Genius : GEN ius (jee’ nyus) n.
Great natural endowment; as, Milton was a genius
9. Generable : GEN erable (jen’ e ral) adj.
Can be generated
10. General : GEN er al (jen’ e ral) adj.
Relating to all kinds; as, a general thing
11. Generic : GEN eric (je ner’ ik) adj.
Belonging to race or kind; as, a generic name
12. Genesis : GEN esis (jen’ e sis) n.
Development into being
14. Genetics : GEN etics (je net’ iks) n.
The study of heredity
15. Genre : GEN re (zhan’ re) n.
A species; a kind; a type
16. Genuine : GEN uine (jen’ yu win) adj.
Pure; unalloyed; as, a genuine ruby
17. Genus : GEN us (jene’ us) n.
Stock; category; classification
18. Genial : GEN ial (jee’ nyal) adj.
Favorable to growth; kindly; as, a genial person
19. Progeny : pro GEN y (proj’ e nee) n.
Offspring; descendants; children
20. Indigenous : indi GEN ous (in dij’ e nus) adj.
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