genèse

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From Latin genesis, from Ancient Greek γένεσις (génesis, origin, source, beginning, nativity, generation, production, creation).

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genèse f (plural genèses)

  1. genesis
    • 2012 May 10, “Artorigus le Chevalier Noble [Artorigus the Noble Knight]”, in Le Seigneur de la Galaxie [The Lord of the Galaxy] (in French), Konami:
      Ce fut la genèse d’un homme adorée de tous,
      Le légendaire brave et noble Artorigus.
      This was the genesis of a man adored by all,
      The legendary brave and noble Artorigus.

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