género

See also: genero, generó, generò, and gênero

AragoneseEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Latin genere, from genus. Akin to Portuguese género and Spanish género.

NounEdit

género m

  1. (grammar) gender

PortugueseEdit

 
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EtymologyEdit

From Latin genere, singular ablative of genus, generis, belonging to the Latin third declension, later treated as those of the second one (-us, -i ending).

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NounEdit

género m (plural géneros) (European orthography)

  1. kind
  2. (taxonomy) genus
  3. (biology) gender, sex
  4. (grammar) gender
  5. genre (music)

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SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Latin genere, singular ablative of genus, generis, belonging to the Latin third declension, later treated as those of the second one (-us, -i ending).

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NounEdit

género m (plural géneros)

  1. (classification) kind
    Synonyms: clase, especie, suerte, tipo
  2. (music, film, theater, television, literature) genre
  3. (taxonomy) genus
  4. (biology) gender, sex
  5. (grammar) gender
  6. produce, merchandise
    Synonyms: productos, mercancía
  7. (clothing) cloth, material (woven fabric)
    Synonym: tela

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