noun, plural ge·nae [jee-nee, gen-ee] /ˈdʒi ni, ˈgɛn i/. Zoology, Anatomy.
Origin of gena
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But I always go back to Bette Davis and Gena Rowlands and some of the great actresses whose greatest roles came later.Winona Ryder Dishes on ‘Homefront,’ ‘Beetlejuice 2,’ and Generation X|Andrew Romano|November 27, 2013|DAILY BEAST
My wife, Gena, and I give back in many ways, the chief of which is through our nonprofit children's foundation, KICKSTART KIDS.
EB: I did feel like Gena Rowlands when I was doing this movie.Ellen Barkin on 'Another Happy Day,' Sam Levinson, and Being a 'Broad'|Kevin Sessums|November 16, 2011|DAILY BEAST
I remember growing up and loving Gena Rowlands with that line from Gloria, ‘Go ahead, punk.’
Temple: the posterior part of the gena; behind, before or beneath the eye.Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology|John. B. Smith
In appearance, little tiny “Gena” bears the palm from all the Pomeranians.