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One's ancestry, past life, training, etc.
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  1. One's ancestry, past life, training, etc.
  2. A preceding occurrence, cause, or event.
  3. One's ancestors.
A warning sign or symptom.
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  1. A warning sign or symptom.
  2. One that precedes, as in time; a predecessor.
  3. An ancestor
An early type of animal from which later kinds have evolved
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  1. An early type of animal from which later kinds have evolved
  2. Any person from whom one is descended, esp. one earlier in a family line than a grandparent; forefather; forebear
  3. A forerunner or predecessor.
An early type of animal from which later kinds have evolved
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  1. An early type of animal from which later kinds have evolved
  2. Any person from whom one is descended, esp. one earlier in a family line than a grandparent; forefather; forebear
  3. A forerunner or predecessor.
One's ancestry, past life, training, etc.
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  1. One's ancestry, past life, training, etc.
  2. A preceding occurrence, cause, or event.
  3. One's ancestors.
A warning sign or symptom.
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  1. A warning sign or symptom.
  2. One who skis a course before the beginning of a race.
  3. An ancestor
A person or thing that goes before; forerunner; harbinger
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  1. A person or thing that goes before; forerunner; harbinger
  2. One that precedes and indicates, suggests, or announces someone or something to come:
  3. A biochemical substance, such as an intermediate compound in a chain of enzymatic reactions, from which a more stable or definitive product is formed:
A source from which something develops; originator or precursor
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  1. A source from which something develops; originator or precursor
  2. A forefather; ancestor in direct line
  3. A direct ancestor.
(Law) The deceased person from whom an estate has been inherited
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  1. (Law) The deceased person from whom an estate has been inherited
  2. One, such as a parent, grandparent, great-grandparent, who precedes another in lineage.
  3. Anything regarded as a precursor or forerunner of a later thing
One that precedes another.
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  1. One that precedes another.
  2. (Grammar) The word, phrase, or clause that determines what a pronoun refers to, as the children in The teacher asked the children where they were going.
  3. (Gram.) The word, phrase, or clause to which a pronoun refers
A dominating position; ascendancy
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  1. A dominating position; ascendancy
  2. An ancestor.
  3. (Astrol.) The sign of the zodiac just above the eastern horizon at any given moment, specif. at the time of one's birth
A man who has begotten a child; esp., a man as he is related to his child or children
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  1. A man who has begotten a child; esp., a man as he is related to his child or children
  2. A man who serves or is thought of as a protector:
  3. An adoptive father
An ancestor
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  1. An ancestor
  2. A person from whom one is descended; an ancestor.
An ancestor
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  1. An ancestor
  2. Cultural ancestor; one who originated an idea or tradition.
  3. A person who is from an earlier time and has originated or contributed to a common tradition shared by a particular group.
A female ancestor
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  1. A female ancestor
  2. A woman ancestor.
A woman who gives birth to a child.
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  1. A woman who gives birth to a child.
  2. A woman whose egg unites with a sperm, producing an embryo.
  3. (Short for) mother of vinegar
A source or cause; an origin:
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  1. A source or cause; an origin:
  2. A female person whose egg unites with a sperm or a male person whose sperm unites with an egg, resulting in the conception of a child or the birth of a child.
  3. A mother or father
A direct ancestor.
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  1. A direct ancestor.
  2. A forefather; ancestor in direct line
  3. A source from which something develops; originator or precursor
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