genus

suomi-englanti sanakirja

genus englannista suomeksi

  1. laji
  2. suku
  1. Substantiivi

  2. suku

  3. suku, ryhmä

  4. genus

genus englanniksi

  1. a rank in the classification of organisms, below family and above species; a taxon at that rank

  2. ''All magnolias belong to the genus ''Magnolia''.

    ''Other species of the genus ''Bos'' are often called cattle or wild cattle.''

    ''There are only two genera and species of seadragons''.

  3. (RQ:Schuster Hepaticae) criticized the division of the "Jubuleae" into two families and he cited ''Jubula'' as an annectant genus.

  4. A group with common attributes.

  5. 1945, (w), ''A History of Western Philosophy'', p. 655:

  6. Recollection is one of a whole genus of effects which are more or less peculiar to the phenomena that we naturally call "mental."
  7. A number representing any of several related measures of the complexity of a given manifold or graph.

  8. Within a definition, a broader category of the defined concept.

  9. (l)

  10. (syn)

  11. gender

  12. a rank in a taxonomic classification, in between family and species.

  13. a taxon at this rank

  14. (synonym of)

  15. genus

  16. birth, origin

  17. kind, type, class

  18. (Q)

  19. species (qualifier), race (qualifier)

  20. set, group (qualifier)

  21. 6th century, Magnus Aurelius Cassiodorus (attributed): ''Commentarium de oratione et de octo partibus orationis''. In: „Patrologiae cursus completus sive Bibliotheca universalis, integra, uniformis, commoda, oeconomica, omnium ss. patrum, doctorum scriptorumque ecclesiasticorum qui ab aevo apostolico ad innocentii III tempora floruerunt; (..). Series prima, in qua prodeunt patres, doctores scriptoresque ecclesiae latinae a tertulliano ad gregorium magnum. Accurante J.-P. Migne, cursuum completorum in singulos scientiae ecclesiaticae ramos editore. Patrologiae tomus LXX. Cassiodori tomus posterior. – Magni Aurelii Cassiodori senatoris, viri patricii, consularis, et vivariensis abbatis opera omnia in duos tomos distributa, ad fidem manuscriptiorum codicum emendata et aucta, notis, observationibus et indicibus locupletata, praecedente auctoris vita, quae nunc primum in lucem prodit cum dissertatione de ejus monarchatu. Opera et studio J. Garetii monarchi ordinis sancti Benedicti e congregatione sancti mauri. Nobis autem curantibus accesserunt complexiones in epistolas b. Pauli quas edidit et annotavit scipio Maffeius. Tomus posterior. – Parisiis, venit apud editorem, in via dicta d'amboise, près la barriere d'enfer, ou petit-montrouge. 1847“, p. 1225

  22. Genera nominum sunt sex: masculinum, ut hic Cato; femininum, ut haec musa; neutrum, ut hoc monile; commune duorum generum, ut hic et haec sacerdos: trium generum, ut hic, et haec, et hoc felix; epicoenon, quod Latine promiscuum dicitur, ut passer, aquila.
    : Nouns have six genders: masculine, e.g. ''hic Cato'' 'this man Cato'; feminine, e.g. ''haec musa'' 'this muse'; neuter, e.g. ''hoc monile'' 'this necklace'; common to two genders, e.g. ''hic et haec sacerdos'' 'this priest or priestess'; of three genders, e.g. ''hic, et haec, et hoc felix'' 'this lucky man, woman or thing'; epicene, called promiscous in Latin, e.g. ''passer'' 'sparrow', ''aquila'' 'eagle'.
  23. 16th century, Andreas Semperius (a.k.a. Andreas Sampere, Andreu Sempere): ''Andreae Semperii Valentini Alcodiani, doctoris medici, prima grammaticae latinae institutio tribus libris explicata'', Majorca/Mallorca, 1819, p.19

  24. Genera nominum, septem sunt. Masculinum, cui praeponitur hic: ut hic Dominus. Foemineum, cui praeponitur haec: ut haec musa. Neutrum, cui praeponuntur hoc: ut hoc templum. Commune, cui praeponuntur hic, & haec: ut hic, & haec Sacerdos. Omne, cui praeponuntur hic, haec, hoc, vel per tres varias voces inflectitur: ut hic, haec, hoc felix, bonus, bona, bonum. Dubium, quod modo masculinum, modo faemineum, apud Oratores etiam invenitur: ut hic, vel haec dies. Promiscuum, in quo sexus uterque per alterum apparet: ut hic passer, haec aquila, hic lepus.
    : Nouns have seven genders. Masculine, which you can precede with ''hic'': ''hic dominus'' 'this Lord'. Feminine, which you can precede with ''haec'', e.g. ''haec musa'' 'this muse'. Neuter, which you can precede with ''hoc'', e.g. ''hoc templum'' 'this temple'. Common, which you can precede with ''hic'' and ''haec'': ''hic & haec sacerdos'' 'this male or female priest'. Universal, which you can precede with all three of ''hic, haec, hoc'', or which vary in three forms, e.g. ''hic, haec, hoc felix'' 'this lucky man, woman, thing', ''hic bonus, haec bona, hoc bonum'' 'this good man, good woman, good thing'. Doubtful, which in the orators can be found to be sometimes masculine, sometimes feminine, e.g. ''hic, vel haec dies'' 'this day'. Promiscuous, in which a gender appears instead of another, e.g. ''hic passer'' 'this sparrow' (always masculine), ''haec aquila'' 'this eagle' (always feminine), ''hic lepus'' 'this rabbit' (always masculine).
  25. subtype of word

  26. (inflection of)

  27. gender (division of nouns and pronouns)

  28. (social) gender, sex (social issues of being man or woman)