[je-naw-vah] /ˈdʒɛ nɔˌvɑ/
Italian name of .
the Italian name for Genoa
An old statistical package still in use on some VM computers.
[zhahn-ruh; French zhahn-ruh] /ˈʒɑn rə; French ˈʒɑ̃ rə/ noun, plural genres [zhahn-ruh z; French zhahn-ruh] /ˈʒɑn rəz; French ˈʒɑ̃ rə/ (Show IPA) 1. a class or category of artistic endeavor having a particular form, content, technique, or the like: the genre of epic poetry; the genre of symphonic music. 2. Fine Arts. 3. genus; kind; […]
adjective 1. not conforming to established patterns, styles, etc
[gen-roh, gen-roh] /gɛnˈroʊ, ˈgɛn roʊ/ noun, plural genro. 1. any of the unofficial elder statesmen of Japan who influenced the government c1875–1940. /ˈɡɛnˈrəʊ/ noun 1. (functioning as singular or pl) a group of highly respected elder statesmen in late 19th- and early 20th-century Japan 2. a member of this group “elder statesman of Japan,” 1876, […]
[gen-roh-koo; Japanese gen-raw-koo] /gɛnˈroʊ ku; Japanese gɛnˈrɔ kʊ/ noun 1. a period of Japanese cultural history, c1675–1725, characterized by depiction of everyday secular activities of urban dwellers in fiction and woodblock prints.