gener

noun ge·ner \ˈgeˌne(ə)r\

Definition of gener

plural

-s

Roman & civil law

  1. :  son-in-law

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Origin and Etymology of gener

Latin; akin to Greek gambros son-in-law, Sanskrit jāmātā, Lithuanian żéntas, & probably to Latin gignere to beget — more at kin


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