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genitor

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English

Etymology

From Latin genitor, from genitus, past participle of the gignō + agent noun suffix -or.

Noun

genitor, plural genitors

  1. a biological parent (either male or female), or the direct cause of an offspring.
  2. a generator; an originator - Sheldon
  3. (Obsolete), (in plural): The genitals - Holland

Latin

Noun

genitor m., genitive genitoris

  1. parent

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