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genned up

 /ˈdʒendˈʌp/


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WordReference Random House Unabridged Dictionary of American English © 2017
-gen, 
  • a combining form meaning "that which produces,'' used in the formation of compound words:endogen; hydrogen.
    • French -gène Greek -genēs born, produced; akin to Latin genus, kin

    Gen., 
    1. MilitaryGeneral.
    2. BibleGenesis.
    3. Place NamesGeneva.

    gen., 
    1. Grammargender.
    2. Militarygeneral.
    3. Grammargenitive.
    4. genus.

    WordReference Random House Learner's Dictionary of American English © 2017
    -gen-, root. 
  • -gen- comes from Greek and Latin, where it has the meanings "race;
    birth;
    born;
    produced.'' These meanings are found in such words as: antigen, carcinogen, congenital, degenerate, engender, erogenous, gender, gene, generate, genus, homogenize.


  • Collins Concise English Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers::

    gen /dʒɛn/ n
    1. informal information: give me the gen on your latest project
      See also gen up
    Etymology: 20th Century: from gen(eral information)



    -gen suffix forming nouns
    1. producing or that which produces: hydrogen
    2. something produced: carcinogen
    Etymology: via French -gène, from Greek -genēs born



    Gen. abbreviation for
    1. General
    2. Genesis



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