zoogony


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zoogony

 [zo-og´ah-ne]
the production of living young from within the body. adj., adj zoog´onous.

viv·i·par·i·ty

(viv'i-pār'i-tē),
The quality or state of being viviparous, that is, producing offspring that are living at the time of birth.
Synonym(s): zoogony

zoogony

/zo·og·o·ny/ (zo-og´ah-ne) the production of living young from within the body.zoog´onous

zoogony

the production of living young from within the body.
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This pregnant insight explains why it's in his descriptions of motion that Anaximander is either unclear, as with the initial [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] in his cosmogony, or poetic, as with his punning descriptions of his cosmogony, zoogony, and anthropogony.
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