Pour un glossaire des termes généalogiques, voir le [[Glossaire généalogique]].
;Adresse : (''obj. sec.'') Le concept d'"adresse" dans Gramps comprend un endroit particulier associé à cadre temporel. Vous pouvez l'imaginer comme une adresse postale. L'idée est de représenter où une personne a habité et quand. L'adresse est constituée des champs suivants :
:* Code postal
;Clergé : (''rôle événement'')
A term applied to a religious person regardless of religion . For example, a monk or priest. See http://www.webster. com/cgi-bin/dictionary for more details. Voir également '' Officiant''.
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;Événement : A defining moment in a person's life. Voir [[events in GRAMPS/fr|Événements]] for the use in genealogy, for predefined events in
GRAMPS and suggested naming for common events.
;Événement (rôle) : The role a person plays in an event. In
GRAMPS an event can be linked to as many people as desired. Each person will play a different role. Event role captures this. Some common roles are predefined, others the user can add by just typing in the appropriate role.
;Événement (type) : The general denominator an event belongs to. Eg a christian, civil, tibetan, ... marriage, are all denoted by the event type ''marriage''. Voir [[events in GRAMPS/fr|Événements dans Gramps]] pour un aperçu.
;Famille : (''obj. princ.'') A Family is a core concept in
GRAMPS. It depicts the basic relations between people. Commonly this will contain a father, a mother and some children, however, it con also contain only parts of this (eg. two brothers, a mother and child). People can be part of several families (adoption, remarried, ...)
;Famille : (''rôle événement'') An event can be coupled to a family, denoting that the entire family was involved in the event. Typically the Marriage event will be coupled to a family with event role ''family''
;Lieu : (''obj. princ.'')
The GRAMPS concept of a Place is a particular location independent of time. Over time, the same Place may have different address information due to changing borders and political situation. For example, Leningrad and St . Petersburg represent the same place, but with different names. The Place consists of::* Descriptive Title:* Longitude/Latitude:* A list of location information that includes:** Street Address:** City:** County:** Church Parish:** State/Province:** Postal/Zip Code:** Country:** Phone
;Objet principal :
Primary objects are the fundamental objects in the GRAMPS database. These objects are::* Person - Contains the information specific to an individual person.:* Family - Contains the information specific to relationships between people. This typically contains one or two parents and zero or more children.
:* Source - Contains the information related to a source of information.
Place - Contains the information related to a specific place.:* Media Object - Contains the information related to a media object. This includes images, documents, or any other type of related files.:* Event - Contains the information related to an event. The event is treated as a primary object in the database, it currently does not appear as a primary object to the end user.
: Primary objects are treated as tables within the database. Individual components that compose the primary object are stored as individual items in the database. See [http://gramps-project.org/wiki/index.php?title=Using_database_API#Primary_Objects Using database API, Primary Objects] (voir également ''Objet secondaire'')
;Objet secondaire : (voir également ''Objet principal'')
Officiant : (''rôle événement'') A term to refer to a priest at Eucharist.
This indicates a user defined type, as opposed to types that are predefined in GRAMPS.
;Rôle événement :
The role a person plays in an event. In GRAMPS an event can be linked to as many people as desired. Each person will play a different role. Event role captures this. Some common roles are predefined, others the user can add by just typing in the appropriate role.
''voir également événement''
The term that applies to the people asked to be present at an event so as to be able to testify to its having taken place
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