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ger·mi·nal / ˈjərmənl/ • adj. relating to or of the nature of a germ cell or embryo. ∎  in the earliest stage of development. ∎  providing material for future development: the subject was revived in a germinal article by Charles Ferguson. DERIVATIVES: ger·mi·nal·ly adv.

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Germinal

Germinal the seventh month of the French Republican calendar (1793–1805), originally running from 21 March to 19 April. The name is French, from Latin germen, germin- ‘sprout, seed’.

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Germinal

Ger·mi·nal / ˈjərmənl/ • n. the seventh month of the French Republican calendar (1793–1805), originally running from March 21 to April 19.

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germinal

germinal (jer-min-ăl) adj.
1. relating to the early developmental stages of an embryo or tissue.

2. relating to a germ.

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