Origin of genesis
OTHER WORDS FROM genesishy·per·gen·e·sis, noun
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Origin of Genesis
OTHER WORDS FROM GenesisGe·ne·si·ac [juh-nee-see-ak], /dʒəˈni siˌæk/, Gen·e·si·a·cal [jen-uh-sahy-uh-kuhl], /ˌdʒɛn əˈsaɪ ə kəl/, Gen·e·sit·ic [jen-uh-sit-ik] /dʒɛn ə ˈsɪt ɪk/ adjective
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How to use genesis in a sentence
Oukoun achrston estin eis tas iaseis, hs Erasistratos phsin, epistasthai talthes auto peri geneses chols.
Peri prts oun ts geneses eipmen, hn ex alloises th' hama kai diaplases elegomen gignesthai.
The majority of men content themselves with the grain of rice sown in the first chapter of all the Geneses.Seraphita|Honore de Balzac
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Derived forms of -genesis-genetic or -genic, adj combining form
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Cultural definitions for genesis
The first book of the Old Testament; its first words are “In the beginning” (genesis is a Greek word for “beginning”). It covers the time from the beginning of the world through the days of the patriarchs, including the stories of the Creation, Adam and Eve, the Fall of Man, Cain and Abel, Noah and the Flood, God's covenant with Abraham, Abraham and Isaac, Jacob and Esau, and Joseph and his brothers.