geno-

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See also: geno, ĝeno, and -geno

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From the stem of Ancient Greek γένος (génos, race, kind), also Ancient Greek γεννάω (gennáō, to produce) and Latin gēns (tribe, clan)

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geno-

  1. genetics - e.g. genome
  2. family, tribe or race - e.g. genocide

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geno-

  1. geno-

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German[edit]

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geno-

  1. geno-

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geno-

  1. geno-

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