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germinal ‎(comparative more germinal, superlative most germinal)

  1. Pertaining or belonging to a germ.
  2. (figuratively) Of or pertaining to something very small, as small as a germ; pertaining to the essence of something.
    It was only the most germinal idea, to start writing a book, originally.
  3. (figuratively) Highly influential, seminal.

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In sense “highly influential”, primarily used as a consciously feminist alternative to male seminal (germ ‎(egg) vs. semen).

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germinal m, f ‎(masculine and feminine plural germinals)

  1. germinal

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germinal m ‎(plural germinals)

  1. (historical) Germinal (the month).

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germinal m ‎(feminine singular germinale, masculine plural germinaux, feminine plural germinales)

  1. germinal

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germinal m ‎(plural germinal)

  1. (historical) Germinal (the month).

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germinal m, f ‎(plural germinales)

  1. germinal

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germinal m ‎(plural germinales)

  1. Germinal
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