germinally
adverb see germinal

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  • germinal — germinally, adv. /jerr meuh nl/, adj. 1. being in the earliest stage of development: germinal ideas. 2. of or pertaining to a germ or germs. 3. of the nature of a germ or germ cell. [1800 10; ( < F) < L germin (s. of germen sprout, bud; see GERM) …   Universalium

  • germinal — adjective Etymology: French, from Latin germin , germen more at germ Date: 1808 1. a. being in the earliest stage of development b. creative, productive 2. of, relating to, or having the characteristics of a germ cell or early embryo • germinally …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • germinal — adjective 1》 relating to or of the nature of a germ cell or embryo. 2》 in the earliest stage of development.     ↘providing material for future development. Derivatives germinally adverb Origin C19: from L. germen, germin sprout, seed + al …   English new terms dictionary

  • germinal — [jʉr′mə nəl] adj. [Fr < ML germinalis < L germen (gen. germinis): see GERM] 1. of, like, or characteristic of germs or germ cells 2. in an embryonic stage; in the first stage of growth or development germinally adv …   English World dictionary

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