(/ˌpælɪnˈdʒɛnəsɪs/) From the Greek palin, meaning 'again', and genesis, meaning 'birth'. It represents the concept of rebirth or re-creation; a new beginning; to begin again.
"shout, complain, or argue loudly or vehemently."
"a union of a group or set of four; the fourth in position."
"mean to introduce into the mind. Implies teaching that makes for permanence of what is taught."
"mothers who see their children as extensions of themselves and, more importantly, living validations of their self-worth, value those who make them look wildly successful, especially to onlookers."
"A procedure in which repetition of a sequence of operations yields results successively closer to a desired result"
"A set of favorable circumstances; controlling or conditioning influence; patronage, backing, or sponsorship especially when afforded by a notable or authoritative organization, group, or individual."
"a sudden attack or spasm; a sudden recurrence of symptoms or an intensification of existing symptoms; a sudden, violent, and uncontrollable action or occurrence of emotion"
"the fact of being descended from the same ancestor."
"a sudden or unexpected reversal of circumstances or situation especially in a literary work."
"is a moment in a plot or story, specifically a tragedy, wherein the main character either recognizes or identifies his/her true nature, recognizes the other character's true identity, discovers the true nature of his situation, or that of the others – leading to the resolution of the story."
"a homeless, neglected, or abandoned person"