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γεννησις • GENNHSIS • gennēsis

γέννησις, -εως, ἡ (cf. γένεσις)

Noun (Fem. 3rd Decl.)

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Perseus Dictionary Entry (Liddell and Scott [and Jones]'s Greek-English Lexicon, 9th ed., 1925-1940)

γέννησις

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Occurrences in the GNT

InflectionLemmaUncontracted Form(s)ParsingTranslation(s)Verse(s)
γεννήσειγέννησις or γεννάωγεννησ(ι)·ι; γεννη·σει(fem) dat sg; fut act ind 3rd sg or fut mp ind 2nd sg classicalbirth (dat); he/she/it-will-BEGET/BIRTH, you(sg)-will-be-BEGET/BIRTH-ed (classical)Lk 1:13, Lk 1:14
γέννησιςγέννησιςγεννησ(ι)·ς(fem) nom sgbirth (nom)Mt 1:18

Inflections: 2
Total occurrences: 3

Occurrences in the LXX

InflectionLemmaUncontracted Form(s)ParsingTranslation(s)Verse(s)
γεννήσειγέννησις or γεννάωγεννησ(ι)·ι; γεννη·σει(fem) dat sg; fut act ind 3rd sg or fut mp ind 2nd sg classicalbirth (dat); he/she/it-will-BEGET/BIRTH, you(sg)-will-be-BEGET/BIRTH-ed (classical)Gn 17:20, Sir 22:3
γεννήσειςγέννησις or γεννάωγεννησ(ι)·ες, γεννησ(ι)·ας; γεννη·σεις(fem) nom|voc pl, (fem) acc pl; fut act ind 2nd sgbirths (acc, nom|voc); you(sg)-will-BEGET/BIRTHDt 28:41, 4Kgs 20:18, 1Chr 4:8, Is 45:10

Inflections: 2
Total occurrences: 6

ἀ·γενής -ές lowborn (adj.)
ἀλλο·γενής -ές other-born (adj.)
ἀνα+γεννάω to regenerate/rebirth (v.) /bring-forth-again
γενεά, -ᾶς, ἡ generation (n.) race, family or kind; generation; age (timespan of a particular generation)
γενέσια, -ίων, τά birthday (n.)
γενετή, -ῆς, ἡ birth (n.)
γένημα, -ατος, τό fruit (n.) fruit of
γέννημα, -ατος, τό progeny (n.) (generation of)
γέννησις, -εως, ἡ birth (n.)
γεννητός -ή -όν born (adj.)
γένο·ς, -ους, τό race (n.) race, class, kind
ἔκ·γονος -ον offspring (adj.) [child, or grandchild]
Ἑρμογένης, -ους, ὁ Hermogenes (n.)
εὐ·γενέσ·τερος -α -ον more well-born (adj.)
εὐ·γενής -ές upper-class (adj.) Lit:"well-born", hence upper-class, of-noble-birth
ζωο·γονέω v.l. ζῳο- (cf. ζῳο·ποιέω) to to preserve alive gives life (v.) 1. properly, to bring forth alive. 2. to give life. 3. in the Bible to preserve alive.
μονο·γενής -ές only born-in-kind (adj.) [only born-in-kind, meaning: the only born-in [the same] kin(d)", with an emphasis today on kind(downward differentiation of generations) rather than kin(family, sideways and up), but sharing both senses]
παλιγ·γενεσία, -ας, ἡ regeneration (n.) Lit: again-birth. By ext: regeneration, re-birth. born-again. (Used twice in GNT)
πρό·γονος -ον fore-born (adj.)
συγ·γενής -ές relative (adj.) of the same family or kind; a blood relative
συγ·γενίς, -ίδος, ἡ cousin (n.)
τεκνο·γονέω to bear children (v.)
τεκνο·γονία, -ας, ἡ childbearing (n.)
γεννάω to beget/birth (v.) Lit:"generate", hence beget/bring-forth/give-birth-to (Gen. 6:4): cause genesis of

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