ideogenetic

adjective
ideo·ge·net·ic | \¦īdē(ˌ)ōjə̇¦netik, ¦id-\

Definition of ideogenetic 

: originating ideas

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First Known Use of ideogenetic

1904, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for ideogenetic

ideo- + -genetic

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