baramin

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Biblical Hebrew בָּרָא (bārāˀ, he created) + מיִן (mīʸn, kind), coined by Frank Lewis Marsh in 1941.

Noun[edit]

baramin (plural baramins)

  1. A set of organisms descended from some originally created species (based on the Biblical doctrine of Special Creation); a kind.

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