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  • 1 Germ (MC) — Germ (bürgerlich René Swain; * 15. Februar 1969 in Groß Umstadt) ist ein deutscher Rapper. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Kindheit 2 Karriere 3 Diskografie 4 Weblinks …

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  • 2 Germ — (j[ e]rm), n. [F. germe, fr. L. germen, germinis, sprout, but, germ. Cf. {Germen}, {Germane}.] 1. (Biol.) That which is to develop a new individual; as, the germ of a fetus, of a plant or flower, and the like; the earliest form under which an… …

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  • 3 Germ-X — is the brand name of a line of antibacterial and antimicrobial products marketed in the United States. Germ X products include instant hand sanitizer gels, foaming hand soap, and soft wipes. Germ X products are manufactured by Vi Jon Laboratories …

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  • 4 Germ — can mean: * Microorganism, especially a pathogenic one; see Germ theory of disease. * Germ cell, a cell that has all the information to grow into a complete adult organism. * The Germ (periodical), a periodical established by the Pre Raphaelite… …

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  • 5 germ — [dʒə:m US dʒə:rm] n [Date: 1400 1500; : French; Origin: germe, from Latin germen seed, bud, germ , from gignere; GENITAL] 1.) a very small living thing that can make you ill →↑bacteria ▪ Put disinfectant down the toilet to kill any germs. 2.) …

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  • 6 germ — (n.) mid 15c., bud, sprout; 1640s, rudiment of a new organism in an existing one, from M.Fr. germe germ (of egg); bud, seed, fruit; offering, from L. germen (gen. germinis) sprout, bud, perhaps from PIE root *gen to beget, bear (see GENUS (Cf.… …

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  • 7 Germ — bezeichnet: Backhefe einen deutschen Rapper, siehe Germ (MC) eine französische Gemeinde, siehe Germ (Hautes Pyrénées) Die Abkürzung germ. steht für: germanisch (g.), vergleiche Germanische Sprachen Siehe auch: Germknödel …

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  • 8 Germ — País …

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  • 9 germ — [ dʒɜrm ] noun 1. ) count a form of bacteria that spreads disease among people or animals: Strep is very different from the germ that causes ordinary sore throats. 2. ) singular something that could develop into a greater idea or plan: the germ… …

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  • 10 germ — [jʉrm] n. [ME germe, a bud, sprout < OFr < L germen, sprig, bud, germ, embryo < IE * gen men (> Sans janiman , birth, origin) < base * ĝen : see GENUS] 1. the rudimentary form from which a new organism is developed; seed; bud 2.… …

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  • 11 Germ — Germ, v. i. To germinate. [R.] J. Morley. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 12 germ — germ, microbe, bacterium, bacillus, virus, though not strict synonyms, are comparable because all denote organisms invisible to the naked eye, including organisms that are the causative agents of various diseases. Germ and microbe are the… …

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  • 13 germ — [n1] microscopic organism, often causing illness antibody, bacterium, bug*, disease, microbe, microorganism, parasite, pathogen, plague, virus, what’s going around*; concepts 306,392 germ [n2] beginning bud, cause, egg, embryo, inception, nucleus …

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  • 14 germ — ► NOUN 1) a micro organism, especially one which causes disease. 2) a portion of an organism capable of developing into a new one or part of one. 3) an initial stage from which something may develop: the germ of an idea. ORIGIN Latin germen seed …

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  • 15 Germ — (Bärme), so v.w. Hefen …

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  • 16 Germ — (Gärm), soviel wie Hefe …

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  • 17 Germ. — Germ., bei Pflanzennamen Abkürzung für Ernest Germain (G. de Saint Pierre), Arzt in Paris, gest. nach 1870 in Bessay (Nièvre); schrieb: »Histoire iconographique des anomalies de l organisation dans le règne végétal« (Par. 1855, Heft 1 und 2,… …

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  • 18 germ — index consequence (significance), embryo, source Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 19 Germ- — [↑ Germanium] Namensstamm von Zus. mit der Bed. »Germanium«, vgl. Germa …

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  • 20 Germ — Germ,der:⇨Hefe …

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