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Noun
/ˈjēnyəs/,
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genii, plural; geniuses, plural;
  1. Exceptional intellectual or creative power or other natural ability
    • - she was a teacher of genius
    • - Gardner had a real genius for tapping wealth
  2. A person who is exceptionally intelligent or creative, either generally or in some particular respect
    • - one of the great musical geniuses of the 20th century
  3. (in some mythologies) A guardian spirit associated with a person, place, or institution

  4. A person regarded as exerting a powerful influence over another for good or evil
    • - he sees Adams as the man's evil genius
  5. The prevalent character or spirit of something such as a nation or age
    • - Boucher's paintings did not suit the austere genius of neoclassicism

  1. (genius) someone who has exceptional intellectual ability and originality; "Mozart was a child genius"; "he's smart but he's no Einstein"
  2. (genius) brilliance: unusual mental ability
  3. (genius) ace: someone who is dazzlingly skilled in any field
  4. (genius) flair: a natural talent; "he has a flair for mathematics"; "he has a genius for interior decorating"
  5. A genius (plural geniuses, adjective ingenious) is an excellent intellect, excellent work or an excellent achievement. More than just originality, creativity, or intelligence, the adjective "genius" is associated with the achieving of unprecedented insight. This is called the spark of genius. ...
  6. (Genius (2003)) Genius (2003) is Babar Ahmed's debut feature film. It was screened at several film festivals receiving multiple awards and then released straight to video.
  7. (Genius (album)) Genius is the second album from Krizz Kaliko, an American rapper from Kansas City, Missouri, which was released on July 14, 2009. Confirmed guests include Tech N9ne, E-40, Kutt Calhoun and Big Scoob.
  8. (Genius (cartoon)) Genius was a newspaper cartoon series by Scottish (Glaswegian) artist John Glashan that appeared in The Observer newspaper in the United Kingdom from 1978 to 1983.
  9. (Genius (company)) KYE Systems Corp. is a company founded in 1983, with headquarters in Taiwan and branch offices in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, Hong Kong and China. It manufactures computer-related devices: keyboards, mice, graphic tablets, and game controllers. ...
  10. (Genius (film)) Genius is a 1999 Disney Channel Original Movie directed by Rod Daniel.
  11. (genius) Someone possessing extraordinary intelligence or skill; especially somebody who has demonstrated this by a creative or original work in science, music, art etc; Extraordinary mental capacity; inspiration, a mental leap, an extraordinary creative process; The guardian spirit of a place ...
  12. (Genius) an extremely, unbelievably, dumb persons
  13. (genius) either of two spirits, one good and one evil, supposed to influence one's destiny.
  14. (genius) guardian spirit. Each man had his own genius; each woman had a comparable spirit known as a juno.
  15. (GENIUS) Innovative hemodialysis therapy system based on a single-pass batch system. The dialysate is prepared in one batch before treatment and adjusted to the needs of the individual patient.
  16. (1. Genius) The terms state, “When we use a Genius feature, Apple will use this information and a essence of your iTunes library, as good as other information, to give personalized recommendations to you.”
  17. (GENIUS) The person who compiled and authored this KOOL Glossary. He He He. Tsk! Tsk!!
  18. (Genius (Book Titles)) Mensa Man: Gene Yuss
  19. (Genius) (1) to believe your own thought. To believe that what is true for you is ultimately true. (2) a sledgehammer. / (3) the fruit of labour and thought. (4) soul. (5) the ability to put into effect what is in your mind. (6) something one can become.
  20. (Genius) (P) - Uses innate talents to the fullest extent, raising all abilities.
  21. (Genius) A 4th gader at a Solomon Schechter Day School/Hillel School who can pronounce--and spell-- the Yiddish words "farblonzhet" (confused, lost) and "oysgefinen" (to learn, to discover).
  22. (Genius) He who finds new, clever, and sophisticated ways to repackage the same old lies.
  23. (Genius) It is NEVER used in the traditional definition of the word here.
  24. (Genius) Personification of a nation or group; e.g. the Roman people
  25. (Genius) Supernature06 8 months ago