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genesis

 [jen´ĕ-sis]
creation; origination; used as a word termination joined to an element indicating the thing created, e.g., carcinogenesis.

gen·e·sis

(jen'ĕ-sis),
An origin or beginning process; also used as combining form in suffix position.
[G.]

genesis

The beginning of a process

gen·e·sis

(jen'ĕ-sis)
An origin or beginning process; also used as combining form in suffix position.
[G.]

genesis

Origins, beginnings or the process of being formed.
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33-212), presents a detailed analysis of the relevant clauses of Genesis 37 and 39-47, with tables offering the statistics of the various verbal forms in independent main clauses.
There are also other equally problematic interpretations, such as those of Exodus 22: 19 (supposed source: Genesis 34, 49: 5-7); Exodus 23: 4, 5 (supposed source: Genesis 37: 14-30); and Exodus 23: 10, 11 (supposed source: Genesis 41: 33-47: 26).
Ultimately these dreams lead him to Egypt, as was the case of Joseph in Genesis 37, for, as the evangelist notes quoting Hosea 11:1, "Out of Egypt I have called my son" (Matt 2:15).
Initially, he proposed to sell Joseph (Genesis 37:26,27), but in the end of the story he offered to trade his life for Benjamin (Genesis 44:18-31).