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genō
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Cànan: Latine
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Fios: From Proto-Italic *genō, from Proto-Indo-European *ǵenh₁-, this is an older connate form of Latin gignō (Cf. honōs and honor). Cognate with Ancient Greek γείνομαι (geínomai, “to beget, to bring into being, (passively) to be born”), Ancient Greek γονή (gonḗ, “offspring, seed, act of generation”), Sanskrit जनति (janati, “to beget, to produce, etc.”), Sanskrit जना (janā, “birth, origin”), and other multivarious formations in many languages. The older genō, though used in Old Latin, had been largely supplanted by the form gignō by the Classical period. Thereafter, usage of genō was largely (though not exclusively) confined to poetic and to legal contexts, especially as pertained to laws of probate and inheritance. --Wikt
IPA: /ˈɡe.noː/, [ˈɡɛ.noː]
Gluas: (Old Latin) bring forth as a fruit of myself, bear, beget, engender, give birth to; (by said means) cause, produce, yield; (passive voice) be born, be begotten, be engendered, be produced
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