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genos, geneos

race, family; greek

gens, gentis

race, family, clan;latin

genus, generis

birth, race, kind, tirbe, clan;latin

genealogy

a record of descent from ones anscestors; the study of family records

genocide

the planned annihilation of a racial, political, or cultural group

genre

a type, class or catagory,especially in fine arts or literature

genteel

well-mannered;polite;refined

gentile

any one not of the jewish faith

gentry

1.aristocrastic or well bred people

heterogeneous

having parts that are unrelated or completely different

homogeneous

of the same sort or kind

gigno, gignere, genui, genitum

to beget, to bear, to bring forth;latin

congenital

existing at birth but not heredity

engender

to give rise to; to bring into existence

genisis

1.the begining or origin 2.the first book of the old testament

indigenous

1.occuring in or characterizing an area; native 2. inborn

ingenious

cleverly ineventive and resourceful

progenitor

a direct ancestor; an originator of a line of descent

progeny

children or descendents; offspringd

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