Complete Definition of "baramin"

English

Etymology
Hebrew: bara, created + min, kind. (Coined and mainly used by proponents of Creation Science.)

Noun
;baramin

  1. A set of organisms descended from some originally created species (based on the Biblical doctrine of Special Creation); a kind.

Derived terms
;holobaramin

  1. All living and/or extinct organisms that share a particular common ancestry.

;monobaramin

  1. A group of organisms that all share a common ancestry.

;apobaramin

  1. A group of holobaramins.

;polybaramin

  1. Any mixture of organisms regardless of ancestry.

Also see baraminology.

Category:Hebrew derivations

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