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Here you find a glossary of genealogical terms. For terms appearing in Gramps see [[Gramps Glossary]].
  
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# acronym: '''d'''eoxyribo'''n'''ucleic '''a'''cid
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# a nucleic acid that carries genetic information
 
# a nucleic acid that carries genetic information
  
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# acronym: '''D'''ocument '''T'''ype '''D'''efinition
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# acronym: '''Ge'''nealogy '''D'''ata '''Com'''munication
 
# acronym: '''Ge'''nealogy '''D'''ata '''Com'''munication
 
# a format for exchanging genealogy data
 
# a format for exchanging genealogy data
  
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: personal name based on the name of one's mother
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# personal name based on the name of one's father
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# linguistic representation of a word in Roman (Latin) alphabet
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: personal name based on the name of one's father
  
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[[Category:Genealogy]]

Latest revision as of 14:25, 21 January 2013

Here you find a glossary of genealogical terms. For terms appearing in Gramps see Gramps Glossary.

Anglicisation
process of making something English
DNA
  1. acronym: deoxyribonucleic acid
  2. a nucleic acid that carries genetic information
GEDCOM
  1. acronym: Genealogy Data Communication
  2. a format for exchanging genealogy data
matronym
personal name based on the name of one's mother
patronym
personal name based on the name of one's father
Romanization
linguistic representation of a word in the Roman (Latin) alphabet