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Alternative clues for the word kin

Home folks


Aunts and others



Reunion attendees

Flesh and blood


Uncles and others

Wedding party members, often

Reunion group


Blood, so to speak

Consanguine folks

They're all in the family


Thanksgiving gatherers, often

People in a tree?

Cousins and such


Humans and apes, e.g.

They're related

Many wedding guests

One of the same bloodline

Reunion folks

Kith's partner

Blood sharers

Cousins, e.g.


They have connections

Thanksgiving guests, often


Branches of some trees


Kith's companion


Bunkmates, often

It's all relatives

Connected people

Family relations

Blood group?

Group of people related by blood or marriage

See 7-Down

They may appear on a tree


Folk foreword


People you kiss?


Aunt and uncle, e.g.

Fitzgeralds, to E.M.K.

Kissing cousins

Aunts and uncles, e.g.

E.M.K. and the Fitzgeralds

Word definitions for kin in dictionaries

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
noun COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES kith and kin next of kin ▪ May I have your name, address and next of kin, please? COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS ■ ADJECTIVE close ▪ Because, they argued, the males in coalitions were almost always close relatives, kin selection...

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Kin \Kin\ (k[i^]n), n. (Mus.) A primitive Chinese instrument of the cittern kind, with from five to twenty-five silken strings. --Riemann.

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
Etymology 1 a. Related by blood or marriage, akin. Generally used in "kin to". n. 1 race; family; breed; kind. 2 (context collectively English) persons of the same race or family; kindred. 3 One or more relatives, such as siblings or cousins, taken collectively....

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
c.1200, from Old English cynn "family; race; kind, sort, rank; nature; gender, sex," from Proto-Germanic *kunjam "family" (cognates: Old Frisian kenn , Old Saxon kunni , Old Norse kyn , Old High German chunni "kin, race;" Danish and Swedish kön , Middle...

WordNet Word definitions in WordNet
adj. related by blood [syn: akin(p) , blood-related , cognate , consanguine , consanguineous , kin(p) ]

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
Kin usually refers to kinship and family . Kin or KIN may also refer to:

Usage examples of kin.

For every hundred useless aberrations there may be one that is useful, that provides its bearer an advantage over its kin.

All experiments of any kin, upon other adults, whether patients or inmates of public institutions or otherwise, if made without direct ameliorative purpose and the intelligent personal consent of the person who is the MATERIAL for the research.

Theirs was an older version, gleaned from the Avion government by the remaining Kin sha, capable of training pilots under actual battle conditions without risk.

Someone had deliberately destroyed that shipment and purposely dishonored the Kin sha, Avion, and her father.

In this position, he could guarantee that Avion or the Kin sha never forgot their intolerable mistakes of the past.

Although the Kin sha were not native to Avion, they had been welcomed and promoted aggressively by the Central Consortium.

Evidently all the Bander kin from upstairs and down have come to fill it full, and every window of it has eyes on this stairway.

He wondered who it was, wondered why it travelled alone, bereft of clan and kin.

Figures ran past him amid a rising brabble of voices and the sudden scrap-metal clamor of edged metal striking its kin.

It was at that moment she realized that Riley Kin- caid was definitely unsafe.

Cashel had done the Serian merchant a service, and in return Latias treated Cashel and his companions as his own close kin.

Dorian stared at him in horrified disbelief, and Yasmini choked back her sobs: her brothers and other kin must be among the dead.

Aye, ah kin dae that awright, just thinkin aboot you fine ladies, ah laugh.

The human folk died off, and even their Elderling kin surrendered to slow death.

Sharamudoi were there, except those few who happened to be away: the Shamudoi, who lived on the land in the high embayment throughout the year, and their river-dwelling kin, the Ramudoi.