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Totem pole's story
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Alternative clues for the word lineage
It may be represented by a tree
It may be shown on a tree
It can be found in a tree
Trace of blood?
Inherited properties shared with others of your bloodline
A rate of payment for written material that is measured according to the number of lines submitted
The descendants of one individual
The number of lines in a piece of printed material
The kinship relation between an individual and the individual's progenitors
Word definitions for lineage in dictionaries
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
noun COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS ■ ADJECTIVE ancient ▪ With his ancient lineage , his three-hundred-year-old title, and the long-dead Gabriella still representing his only true love? ▪ Who can say now that the dish is not, in fact, of ancient Norman lineage...
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Lineage \Lin"e*age\ (l[i^]n"[-e]*[asl]j; 48), n. [OE. linage, F. lignage, fr. L. linea line. See 3d Line .] Descent in a line from a common progenitor; progeny; race; descending line of offspring or ascending line of parentage. Both the lineage and the...
Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. descent in a line from a common progenitor; progeny; race; descending line of offspring or ascending line of parentage.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
late 17c. alteration (by influence of line (n.)) of Middle English linage (c.1300), from Old French lignage "descent, extraction, race," from ligne "line," from Latin linea "string, line, thread" (see line (n.)).
Word definitions in WordNet
n. the descendants of one individual; "his entire lineage has been warriors" [syn: line , line of descent , descent , bloodline , blood line , blood , pedigree , ancestry , origin , parentage , stemma , stock ] the kinship relation between an individual...
Word definitions in Wikipedia
Lineage may refer to:
Usage examples of lineage.
The primary unit within the tribe is the named agnatic lineage several generations deep to which each member belongs.
Severeemish, in part through the queen of Agora, had been couched in terms of blood and lineage.
One day they might spend several hours poring over scrolls of royal lineage or sifting through the gems in the chest from the mantelpiece, Alec wide-eyed as Seregil extolled their properties and how to value them.
But with the anima, all other women after me would have magic, according to their lineage, and all men would be reduced to illusion.
So perhaps he had an edited cerebral chemistry, or an adaptive aural processing mutation in his derivative Kido lineage.
In the early 1950s, Sir Solly Zuckerman published extensive biometric studies showing Australopithecus was not as humanlike as imagined by those who favored putting this creature in the lineage of Homo sapiens.
Thepseudosuchian lineage eventually gave rise to crocodilians, probably in the Late Triassic.
The Crocodylotarsi lineage led to the crocodilians, while the Ornithosuchia lineage terminated in the dinosaurs and birds.
Well, fair sir, many deemed that though her lineage was known by seeming, yet she was of the fairy, and needed neither steed nor chariot to go where she would.
But even when the children of a successful emancipist achieved such Olympian heights, their flawed lineage remained and the whispers of the crinolined society matrons would continue for the next two generations.
Moreover, I encharge the said executors to take my body to Brittany, to the Church of Our Lady, where lie all those of my lineage of Rocasalada.
It came from Yian-Ho for a terrible purpose, and to me - who all too late know the thing stream of van der Heyl blood that trickles down through the Sleghts into my own lineage - has descended the hideous task of fulfilling that purpose.
Like Barien, she can trace her lineage back to the Hierophantic migration.
And all this was due, not to my royal lineage, nor to the deeds I had done and the champions I had overthrown, but to a certain hogskin belt buckled next the skin.
If you could trace your lineage straight back in the male line to Iulus, Aeneas, Anchises, and the goddess Venus, you were secure enough to find it no comedown to mix with anyone from a dockside worker to a Caecilius Metellus.