Definition of Genuses

1. Noun. (nonstandard) (plural of genus) ¹



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Definition of Genuses

1. genus [n] - See also: genus

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Genuses

genus Zoarces
genus Zoisia
genus Zonotrichia
genus Zostera
genus Zoysia
genus Zygnema
genus Zygocactus
genus Zygophyllum
genus bombycilla
genus ceroxylon
genus gasterosteus
genus lemmus
genus manglietia
genus name
genus raphanus
genuses (current term)
genyantrum
genys
geo
geo-
geo-spatial
geo-textile fabric
geoarchaeological
geoarchaeologist
geoarchaeologists
geoarchaeology
geoarchæology
geoastrophysical
geobased
geobiologist

Literary usage of Genuses

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. From Benguella to the Territory of Yacca: Description of a Journey Into by Hermenegildo Carlos de Brito Capello, Roberto Ivens, Alfred Elwes (1882)
"E—Species of the genuses, ... which seem to belong to the genuses Striga and ... GRAMINE^E—Species, among others, of the genuses Panicum, Andro- pagan, ..."

2. Text-book of the Patent Laws of the United States of America by Albert Henry Walker (1904)
"Inventions like animals, are divisible into classes; and their classes are divisible into orders; and their orders are divisible into genuses; and their ..."

3. Martin's History of France: The Decline of the French Monarchy by Henri Martin (1866)
"We see how much his conceptions have changed since time time when he proclaimed that there are neither genuses nor species in Nature, but only individuals. ..."

4. Martin's History of France: The Decline of the French Monarchy by Henri Martin (1866)
"Now he still denies the genuses, the small families in the great ones, but he substitutes species for individuals. He has passed over a transition at which ..."

5. The New Art of Memory: Founded Upon the Principles Taught by M. Gregor Von by Gregor von Feinaigle (1813)
"Having in the first place, with prodigious labour and exactness, distributed all things to which names are given into classes; under forty genuses or ..."

6. The Decline of the French Monarchy by Henri Martin (1866)
"Now he still denies the genuses, the small families in the great ones, but he substitutes species for individuals. He has passed over a transition at ..."

7. Japan as Seen and Described by Famous Writers by Esther Singleton (1904)
"The number of plants may be put at more than 3000; forty-four genuses have not yet been found outside the Japan archipelago. As to the southern flora of ..."

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