geno -> give birth to, bring forth, bear

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gĕno -> to give birth to, to bring forth, to bear

αλήθεια, προέρχεται από το ελληνικό γενώ ή το αντίθετο (δάνειο από την Λατινική);
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παλαιά μορφή του gigno

root gen-; Sanscr. ǵan-, ǵanami, beget; gātis, birth; Gr. γεν- in γίγνομαι, γένος, γυνή; Lat. genus, genius, gener, gens; also nascor (gn-; cf. gnatus), natura; cf. γάμος, γαμβρός (v. Curt. Gr. Etym. 536); gigno for gigeno, redupl. like γίγνομαι, to beget, bear, bring forth, produce; in pass., to be born, to spring, arise, proceed; of animate and inanimate subjects and objects (syn.: creo, genero, pario).
gigno - Ancient Greek (LSJ)

From Proto-Italic *gignō, from Proto-Indo-European *ǵíǵnh₁-, the reduplicated present stem of *ǵenh₁-. Cognate to Ancient Greek γίγνομαι (gígnomai, “to come into being, to be born, to take place”).
gigno - Wiktionary



 

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