exon

See also: éxon

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Etymology 1Edit

Apparently an attempt to express the pronunciation of French exempt.

NounEdit

exon ‎(plural exons)

  1. An officer of the Queen's Body Guard of the Yeomen of the Guard.

Etymology 2Edit

From Latin ex ‎(out) + -on; intended to be distinguished from intron.

NounEdit

exon ‎(plural exons)

  1. (genetics) A region of a transcribed gene present in the final functional RNA molecule.
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FrenchEdit

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PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

exon m ‎(plural exons)

  1. (genetics) exon

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HungarianEdit

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [ˈɛkson]
  • Hyphenation: exon

NounEdit

exon ‎(plural exonok)

  1. (genetics) exon

DeclensionEdit

Inflection (stem in -o-, back harmony)
singular plural
nominative exon exonok
accusative exont exonokat
dative exonnak exonoknak
instrumental exonnal exonokkal
causal-final exonért exonokért
translative exonná exonokká
terminative exonig exonokig
essive-formal exonként exonokként
essive-modal
inessive exonban exonokban
superessive exonon exonokon
adessive exonnál exonoknál
illative exonba exonokba
sublative exonra exonokra
allative exonhoz exonokhoz
elative exonból exonokból
delative exonról exonokról
ablative exontól exonoktól
Possessive forms of exon
possessor single possession multiple possessions
1st person sing. exonom exonjaim
2nd person sing. exonod exonjaid
3rd person sing. exonja exonjai
1st person plural exonunk exonjaink
2nd person plural exonotok exonjaitok
3rd person plural exonjuk exonjaik
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