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generic

[juh-ner-ik]
adjective Also, generical.
1.
of, applicable to, or referring to all the members of a genus, class, group, or kind; general.
2.
of, relating to, or noting a genus, especially in biology.
3.
(of a word) applicable or referring to both men and women: a generic pronoun.
4.
not protected by trademark registration: “Cola” and “shuttle” are generic terms.
noun
5.
a generic term.
6.
any product, as a type of food, drug, or cosmetic commonly marketed under a brand name, that is sold in a package without a brand.
7.
a wine made from two or more varieties of grapes, with no one grape constituting more than half the product (distinguished from varietal ).

Origin:
1670–80; < Latin gener- (see gender1) + -ic

generically, adverb
genericalness, noun
nongeneric, adjective
nongenerical, adjective
nongenerically, adverb
pseudogeneric, adjective
pseudogenerical, adjective
pseudogenerically, adverb
supergeneric, adjective
supergenerically, adverb
ungeneric, adjective
ungenerical, adjective
ungenerically, adverb


4. general, nonproprietary, unrestricted.
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generic or generical (dʒɪˈnɛrɪk)
 
adj
1.  applicable or referring to a whole class or group; general
2.  biology of, relating to, or belonging to a genus: the generic name
3.  denoting the nonproprietary name of a drug, food product, etc
 
n
4.  a drug, food product, etc that does not have a trademark
 
[C17: from French; see genus]
 
generical or generical
 
adj
 
n
 
[C17: from French; see genus]
 
ge'nerically or generical
 
adv

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generic
1676, "belonging to a large group of objects," formed in Eng. from L. gener-, stem of genus "kind" (see genus). Sense of "not special, not brand-name," of groceries, etc., is from 1977.
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generic ge·ner·ic (jə-něr'ĭk)
adj.

  1. Of or relating to a genus.

  2. Relating to or descriptive of an entire group or class; general.

  3. Not having a trademark or brand name.

n.
A drug sold without a brand name or trademark.
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