[gen-roh-koo; Japanese gen-raw-koo] /gɛnˈroʊ ku; Japanese gɛnˈrɔ kʊ/
a period of Japanese cultural history, c1675–1725, characterized by depiction of everyday secular activities of urban dwellers in fiction and woodblock prints.
[jenz] /dʒɛnz/ noun, plural gentes [jen-teez] /ˈdʒɛn tiz/ (Show IPA) 1. a group of families in ancient Rome claiming descent from a common ancestor and united by a common name and common ancestral religious rites. 2. Anthropology. a group tracing common descent in the male line; clan. /dʒɛnz/ noun (pl) gentes (ˈdʒɛntiːz) 1. (in ancient […]
[zhahn dy mawnd] /ʒɑ̃ dü ˈmɔ̃d/ plural noun, French. 1. people of the world; leaders in society; fashionable people.
[jen-seng] /ˈdʒɛnˈsɛŋ/ noun 1. .
[jen-ser-ik, gen-] /ˈdʒɛn sər ɪk, ˈgɛn-/ noun 1. a.d. c390–477, king of the Vandals, conqueror in northern Africa and Italy. /ˈɡɛnsərɪk; ˈdʒɛn-/ noun 1. ?390–477 ad, king of the Vandals (428–77). He seized Roman lands, esp extensive parts of N Africa, and sacked Rome (455)