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gen·i·tor

 (jĕn′ĭ-tər)
n.
1. One who produces or creates.
2. Anthropology A natural father or mother.

[Middle English genitour, from Old French genitor, from Latin, from genitus, past participle of gignere, to beget; see genə- in Indo-European roots.]

genitor

(ˈdʒɛnɪtə; -tɔː)
n
(Law) the biological father as distinguished from the pater or legal father
[C15: from Latin, from gignere to beget]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.genitor - a natural father or mother
primogenitor, progenitor - an ancestor in the direct line
parent - a father or mother; one who begets or one who gives birth to or nurtures and raises a child; a relative who plays the role of guardian
Translations

genitor

n (Biol) → Erzeuger m
References in classic literature ?
Most of the American genealogists commence their traditions like the stories for children, with three brothers, taking especial care that one of the triumvirate shall be the pro genitor of any of the same name who may happen to be better furnished with worldly gear than themselves.
QUETTA: The physical report of flaws in Quetta's biggest Civil Hospital has been released on Thursday revealed the oxygen plants were being run by genitors due to lack of technical staff.
Sharing details of the action taken against absent staff, he said the health department has been directed to prepare report against four medical officers while two genitors have been sacked from service over absenteeism.
Lynx Qualey about how this text came to be--born, in 1850, of a relationship between a Frenchman and an Egyptian--the relationship between the text's two genitors, and the difference between the Arabic edition and the French translation.
cauliflora) fruits in a forest fragment maintained in Clevelandia (Parana State, Brazil), for the presence of phenotypic variability, seeking to identify superior traits for selection as future cultivars or male genitors.
The genitors ([P.sub.1] and [P.sub.2]) were crossed resulting in [F.sub.1] and [F.sub.2] generations and backcrosses BC1 ([P.sub.1] x [F.sub.1]) and [BC.sub.2] ([P.sub.2] x [RC.sub.2]).
The passenger amenities have been enhanced by provision of soap dispenser and auto genitors in the toilets of trains.
Selection of these genitors was made on the basis of (1) the outer shell variant phenotypes, with "black," "yellow," and "red" colors for genitors N, J, and R, respectively; and (2) the "green" inner shell color phenotype for genitors 1, B, and C (Fig.
Analysis of meiotic behavior in selecting potential genitors among diploid and artificially induced tetraploid accessions of Brachiaria ruziziensis (Poaceae).
do Valle, "Analysis of meiotic behavior in selecting potential genitors among diploid and artificially induced tetraploid accessions of Brachiaria ruziziensis (Poaceae)," Euphytica, vol.
Moreover, they are full members of their mother's various kin groups, and it is tacitly known that many siblings have different genitors. The first thing to note here is Schroter's reference to what happens in cases of divorce.
Through the creation of a high productivity bee line in the hill-mountain area, we followed to increase the biological potential of the Apis mellifera carpatica Romanian bee and to obtain genitors with wished biological and economical traits.