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genealogical

División en sílabas: ge·ne·a·log·i·cal
Pronunciación: /ˌjēnēəˈläjək(ə)l
 
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Definición de genealogical en inglés:

adjetivo

Of or relating to the study or tracing of lines of family descent: genealogical research
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • He starts with Kennedy's maternal and paternal grandparents and traces the genealogical line to Kennedy himself.
  • A new series of documentaries is being planned which will undertake the most ambitious genealogical study in history.
  • Tours of local studies and genealogical searches will be provided by library staff.

Origen

late 16th century: from French généalogique, via medieval Latin from Greek genealogikos, from genealogia (see genealogy).

Derivados

genealogically

1
Pronunciación: /-ik(ə)lē/
adverbio
Example sentences
  • Whereas this same sort of native poetic dearth will inspire fifteenth- and sixteenth-century humanists to link themselves genealogically to classical antecedents, for Horace such a linking is unthinkable.
  • In Hawaii, for instance, chiefs were genealogically related to gods and, as a result, were believed to possess sacred power called mana.
  • That is, genes from genealogically distant bacterial species seem just as likely to enter a host species as do genes from closely related species.

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