A genus is a class or group of something. In biology, it's a taxonomic group covering more than one species.


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n. pl.
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Gen"e*ra , n. pl. See Genus.

See Genus.


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The close relationship between railroad expansion and the genera development and prosperity of the country is nowhere brought more distinctly into relief than in connection with the construction of the Pacific railroads.

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