My, they are big words and words I recently read on blogs. They were not out of context but I had not heard of them. Do you all know already and I am the ill educated one?
Pull the first word apart. ture, is always kind of an ending thing and of no consequence. Look at primo and gen. Gen might be gene, and it is. Primo, prime, first. Prima donna. Could I suggest prime gene? While I looked it up when I read the post, I have forgotten already. Prime gene is not telling me enough.
Here is what Wikipedia says.
Primogeniture is the right, by law or custom, of the firstborn child to inherit the family estate.
While in the western world this has been disappearing in more recent times, it does at times still happen, as it did to a friend of ours whose older brother inherited the family farm and she and her sister got nothing.
Now, ectoplasmic. While ectoplasm has a biological meaning, I think this what was meant where I read the word:
An immaterial or ethereal substance, especially the transparent corporeal presence of a spirit or ghost.
Yes, I can see how that could be used in a more general sense. However, I can't imagine that I will be able to slip either words into a blog post or general conversation. And that's my learnin' over for the day.