(verb) coming forth, or out of something
(verb) describing something with a word or phrase; or (noun) used to identify or describe an object or a picture
(noun) a characteristic associated with a person or object such as eye color or roughness, that comes from nature or habit. Also (verb) explaining a reason that you succeeded or giving credit for something.
(noun) a distinguishing quality that someone has, such as loyalty. It can also be a physical characteristic such as curly hair.
(noun) a group of people that were born around the same time, and live at the same time.
(noun) a choice.
(verb) criticizing something publicly and strongly
(noun) the passing down of genetic characteristics from ancestors to their descendants. Often, it is the characteristics that parents pass along to their children.
(noun) how you tell or relate your ideas or feelings to others. Also, (noun) the look on your face or the tone of your voice.
(noun) can be an adjustment in behavior or attitude. Also, a physical change that helps an animal survive in a changing environment