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γόνος

Ancient GreekEdit

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EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Indo-European *ǵónh₁os (race). Cognates include Sanskrit जन (jána) and Old Persian 𐏀𐎴 (zana, man, tribe).

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NounEdit

γόνος (gónos) (genitive γόνου); m f, second declension

(feminine)
  1. That which is begotten: child, grandchild, offspring
(masculine)
  1. fruit, product
  2. race, stock, descent
  3. procreation, begetting
  4. seed
  5. genitals

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