De:Gramps Glossar

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Dieser Glossar gibt eine Liste von Termini, die in Gramps verwendet werden, eine kurze Beschreibung und einen relevanten Artikel.

Für einen Glossar über Genealogische Begriffe siehe Genealogie Glossar.

A

Adresse
(sec. obj.) Das Gramps Konzept einer Adresse ist ein Ort mit einem assoziierten Zeitpunkt. Vergleiche es mit einer E-Mail Adresse. Sie soll zeigen, wann eine Person wo gelebt oder etwas getan hat. Eine Adresse besteht aus:
  • Datum
  • Straße
  • Lokalität
  • Ort
  • Bezirk
  • Bundesland
  • PLZ
  • Land
  • Telefon
Nicht zu verwechseln mit einem Platz, der eine fixe Position hat. Benutze dies mit Vorsicht.
anglicisation
process of making something English
attribute
(sec. obj.) Attributes are for something permanent, or at least somewhat permanent: eye color, blood type, etc. Usually you would have not more than one of each attribute type for a person/family/etc.

B

Braut
(Ereignisrolle) Ein Terminus für die Frau bei einer Hochzeit. Siehe ebenso: Mutter.
Bräutigam
(Ereignisrolle) A term to refer to the man at a marriage who will be referred to as husband after the marriage. See also: Vater.

C

celebrant
(Ereignisrolle) A term to refer to a priest at Eucharist.
custom
This indicates a user defined type, as opposed to types that are predefined in Gramps.

D

date
(sec. obj.) Dates in Gramps are much more complex than just a month, day, and year. Dates are always in a particular calendar, can span a time frame, can be approximate, and have support for many other subtleties specific to genealogy data.
DNA
  1. acronym: deoxyribonucleic acid
  2. a nucleic acid that carries genetic information
DTD
Akronym: Document Type Definition

E

Ereignis
(prim. obj) A defining moment in a person's life. See events for the use in genealogy, for predefined events in Gramps and suggested naming for common events.
Ereignisrolle
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.
Ereignistyp
The general denominator an event belongs to. Eg a christian, civil, tibetan, ... marriage, are all denoted by the event type marriage. See events in Gramps for an overview.

F

Familie
(prim. obj) 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, ...)
Familie
(Ereignisrolle) 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

G

GEDCOM
  1. Akronym: Genealogy Data Communication
  2. Ein Format zum Austausch genealogischer Daten
Geistlicher
(Ereignisrolle) 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. See also: celebrant.

H

Helfer
(Ereignisrolle) Ein Terminus für einen Assistenten

I

J

K

L

M

matronym
personal name based on the name of one's mother

N

O

Ort
(prim. obj.) Das Gramps-Konzept eines Ortes ist eine detaillierte Lage, unabhängig von der Zeit. Über die Zeit kann der selbe Ort aufgrund von Grenzänderungen und politischen Situationen verschiedene Adressinformationen haben. Zum Beispiel, Leningrad und St. Petersburg repräsentieren den selben Ort, aber mit unterschiedlichen Namen. Places in Gramps are stored in a hierarchy. Der Ort besteht aus:
  • Beschreibender Titel
  • Name
  • Typ (such as country, state, county ...)
  • Längengrad/Breitengrad
  • Code (such as a country code or postal code)
  • Einer Liste alternativer Namen für den Ort
  • A list of regions which enclose the place

P

patronym
personal name based on the name of one's father
primary object
Primary objects are the top level objects. They contain a hierarchy of secondary objects, and can be referenced by other primary or secondary objects. In the Gramps database, primary objects and the secondary objects that they contain are stored as separate records. Each primary object type is stored in a separate table. See Using database API, Primary Objects (see also secondary object)
The primary 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.
  • Event - Contains the information related to an event.
  • Place - Contains the information related to a specific place.
  • Repository - Contains the information related to a repository.
  • Source - Contains the information related to a source of information.
  • Citation - Contains the information related to a citation into a source.
  • Media - Contains the information related to a media object. This includes images, documents, or any other type of related files.
  • Note - Contains the information related to a note.

Q

R

Rolle
see event role
romanization
linguistic representation of a word in the Roman (Latin) alphabet

S

secondary object
Secondary objects are contained within other objects, and cannot be referenced directly. They can contain other secondary objects. Examples include: Name, Date and Address. See Using database API, Secondary Objects (see also primary object)

T

U

V

W

X

XML
acronym: Extensible Markup Language

Y

Z

Zeuge
(Ereignisrolle) 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