Definition of -geny in English:

-geny

combining form

Denoting the mode by which something develops or is produced: orogeny organogeny

Origin

related to French -génie; both forms derive from Greek -geneia, from gen- (root of gignomai 'be born, become' and genos 'a kind').

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