Words nearby genito-
WORDS THAT USE GENITO-
What does genito- mean?
The form genito– comes from Latin genitālis, meaning “of birth.” A Greek word with a similar meaning is génesis, meaning “origin” or “birth,” which is the source of the noun genesis and the combining form –genesis, as found in words such as abiogenesis and parthenogenesis. To learn more, check out our entries for all three words.
Examples of genito-
The genito– part of the word refers to “genital organs.” As you may have guessed, the –urinary portion of the word means “pertaining to the organs secreting and discharging urine.” Genitourinary literally means “pertaining to the genital and urinary organs.”
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How to use genito- in a sentence
But is genito-pelvic pain/penetration disorder really rooted in a psychological problem at all?
Impotentia psychica ea est quae ex coercitatione inhibente cerebri in centrum genito-spinale exercitata devenit.Essays In Pastoral Medicine|Austin Malley
Balsam of Gurjun is a stimulant of the mucous membranes, especially those of the genito-urinary tract, and is diuretic.The Medicinal Plants of the Philippines|T. H. Pardo de Tavera
A Genito-Urinary Sedative and a remarkable uric-acid solvent.
Some of his observations with regard to genito-urinary surgery are quite as interesting.Old-Time Makers of Medicine|James J. Walsh
In inflammatory diseases of the genito-urinary organs, its bland, curative properties are exerted in a gratifying degree.