aretegenic

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Etymology[edit]

Coined by Episcopalian theologian Ellen T. Charry in 1997 in "By the Renewing of Your Minds" →ISBN. From Ancient Greek ἀρετή (aretḗ, virtue) and γεννάω (gennáō, to beget).

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aretegenic

  1. Conducive to or producing virtue.

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