Main definitions of genealogize in US English:

: genealogize1genealogize2

genealogize1

verb

[no object]rare
  • Trace lines of family descent.

Pronunciation

genealogize

/ˌjēnēˈäləˌjīz//ˌdʒiniˈɑləˌdʒaɪz/

Main definitions of genealogize in US English:

: genealogize1genealogize2

genealogize2

verb

  • See genealogy

    • ‘A grand ceremony was also held here once every 10 years for the emperor to genealogize the royal blood.’
    • ‘It's good practice if I decide to do freelance genealogizing one day.’
    • ‘She said that a gaggle of good Catholic sisters comes in every Thursday and genealogizes like crazy all afternoon.’
    • ‘Whether the whole of morality can be genealogized may be an open question, but that there are aspects of the moral that can be seems to me to be beyond dispute.’
    • ‘An epic is a ‘lengthy narrative poem which genealogizes and embellishes the origin of a tribe or nation’.’

Pronunciation

genealogize

/ˌjēnēˈäləˌjīz//ˌdʒiniˈɑləˌdʒaɪz/