Progeny

The offspring of animals.
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Progeny

Progeny: The children and other descendants. For example one might say that the progeny of someone with a genetic (inherited) condition such as Huntington disease are themselves at risk for the disease. The word 'progeny' is the progeny of the Latin verb 'progignere ' meaning 'to beget.'
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Progeny

Prog'e·ny noun [ Middle English progenie , French progénie , from Latin progenies , from progignere . See Progenitor .] Descendants of the human kind, or offspring of other animals; children; offspring; race, lineage. ' Issued from the progeny of kings.' ...
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progeny

Offspring; descendants. ... Origin: L. Progenies, fr. Progigno, to beget ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Progeny

• (n.) Descendants of the human kind, or offspring of other animals; children; offspring; race, lineage.
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progeny

Type: Term Pronunciation: proj′ĕ-nē Definitions: 1. Offspring; descendants.
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progeny

Offspring; the product of reproduction or replication.
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Progeny

All offspring.
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Progeny

Offspring.
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PROGENY

Offspring.
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Progeny

The young, or offspring, of the parents.
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progeny

Offspring.
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Progeny

the offspring of an individual.
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PROGENY

Offspring.
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Progeny

Offspring.
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Progeny

the offspring of an individual.
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