To Jewish genealogist Gary Motokoff, the conversation is over one word: baptism.
Certainly, this was glory enough for any Western genealogist,—yet Fortune had a higher gratification to bestow.
"A Normandy squire," thought the genealogist, from something in the accent.
I am not only your friend, your brother, but moreover your genealogist.
A genealogist at Alfred's court must have known much about Old English story.
It was while you were at school, and she asked me to get a genealogist to copy certain things for her.
No one, except the recording angel, who is a bit of a genealogist, I guess.
I am something of a genealogist, love family histories and dote on skeletons in the cupboard.
I am not a genealogist, but if these preachers tell truth, we are all second cousins.
There is a man here—Meredith they call him—a bard and genealogist.
early 14c., "line of descent, pedigree, descent," from Old French genealogie (12c.), from Late Latin genealogia "tracing of a family," from Greek genealogia, from genea "generation, descent" (see genus) + -logia (see -logy). An Old English word for it was folctalu, literally "folk tale." Meaning "study of family trees" is from 1768.
genealogy ge·ne·al·o·gy (jē'nē-ŏl'ə-jē, -āl'-, jěn'ē-)
A record or table of the descent of a person, family, or group from an ancestor or ancestors; a family tree.
The study or investigation of ancestry and family histories.