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γένν-α^ Emp.17.27, 22.9, A.Pr.853 (but γέννα_ in lyr. passages of E., as Hec.159), ης, :—poet. for γένος,
A.descent, birth, origin, “γέννᾳ μεγαλυνομένωνA.Pr.892, cf. Ag.760 (lyr.).
2. origin, [τοῦ ὄντος] Parm. 8.6; “διέχειν γέννῃ τε κρήσει τεEmp.22.7; “γῆ γ. πάντωνSecund. Sent.15; production, “πύουAret.SD1.14; ὑγρῶν ib.15.
2. race, family, οὐρανία γ. ib. 165; “ἀρσένων γ.E.Med.428 (lyr.): rare in Prose, “ τοῦ πέρατος γ.Pl.Phlb.25d, cf. Is.Fr. 136.
3. creation, creature, PMag.Leid.V.7.14.
4. personified, Creative Force, ib. W.5.3.
III. of the Moon, coming forth, Ach.Tat.Intr.Arat.21, Sch.Arat.735, Paul.Al.G.4.
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    • Plato, Philebus, 25d
    • Aeschylus, Agamemnon, 119
    • Aretaeus, De causis et signis acutorum morborum (lib. 2), 1.14
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