[jen-i-cher, -choo r]
- birth; generation.
- Astrology. nativity.
Origin of geniture
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Related Wordsbirth, bearing, travail, accouchement, childbearing, lying-in, confinement, birthing, labor, parturition, geniture
Examples from the Web for geniture
And the very stress laid upon this mode of geniture, implies not only the possibility of a different sort, but its frequency also!The Round Towers of Ireland
The author speaks the language of astrology, in which geniture signifies nativity.
Moreover it eliquateth the pinguie substance of the kidneys, and absumeth the geniture.