Biography

Bi*og"ra*phy

(), n.;
pl. Biographies ().
[Gr. ; bi`os life + to write: cf. F. biographie. See Graphic.] 1. The written history of a person's life.
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2. Biographical writings in general.
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Bi`o*log"ic

(),

Bi`o*log"ic*al

(), } a. 1. Of or relating to biology. -- Bi`o*log"ic*al*ly, adv.
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2. related by blood; -- of parents and children; -- contrasted with adoptive, adopted, or foster; as, Mary was adopted directly from the maternity hospital and never met her biological mother.
Syn. -- biologic.
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