biofact

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Etymology[edit]

Ancient Greek βίος (bíos, life) + Latin arte factum (something made with skill).

Noun[edit]

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biofact (plural biofacts)

  1. (archaeology) a biological artefact, not altered by human hands; e.g. a seed, or an uncarved wooden roof beam.
  2. (philosophy, sociology, the arts) A hybrid of an artefact and a living entity, or between concepts of nature and technology.

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