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con·san·guin·e·ous

(kon'sang-gwin'ē-ŭs),
Denoting consanguinity.
[L. cum, with, + sanguis, blood: consanguineus]

consanguineous

(kŏn′săn-gwĭn′ē-əs, -săng-) also

consanguine

(kŏn-săng′gwĭn, kən-)
adj.
Of the same lineage or origin; having a common ancestor.

con′san·guin′e·ous·ly adv.

consanguineous

adjective Referring to a blood relationship—i.e., descent from a common ancestor.

consanguineous

adjective Referring to a blood relationship–ie, descendent from a common ancestor

con·san·guin·e·ous

(kon'sang-gwin'ē-ŭs)
Denoting consanguinity.
[L. cum, with, + sanguis, blood: consanguineus]
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The 2 female infants were born to consanguine parents (first-degree cousins).
This same verse will apply for the distribution to the consanguine brothers and sisters of the deceased.
at 48 (noting that the siblings may be either full, consanguine, or uterine).
If the savage is incapable of conceiving the idea of individual possession of objects not incorporated with his person, it is because he has no conception of his individuality as distinct from the consanguine group in which he lives" (Lafargue, 1918, p.
The consanguine hierarchies of international capitalism imitate the old feudal arrangements under which an Italian noble might swear fealty to a German prince or a Norman duke declare himself the subject of an English king.
These two professions are consanguine relatives and emerged to combat the negative externalities of the industrial revolution and concomitant urbanization.
Testing confirms that significant volumes of limestone and other consanguine rock have been replaced with silica or have been metamorphosed along the strike of the structure.
Le mot << totem >> est un derive tronque par John Long de l'ojibwe et d'autres dialectes algonquiens << ototeman >> ou << do daim >> qui signifient << sa parente freresoeur >> faisant en gros reference a la parente consanguine ou adoptive (Hewitt 1960 : 787-788) d'un individu, a laquelle est associee un symbole naturel (le totem) qui interdit tout mariage a l'interieur de cette parente (Warren 1984 : 41-42).
Il s'ensuit que, pour l'auteur (Geffray 1990a : 24-37 et 161-163), conceptualiser la parente implique, d'une part, de rompre avec l'utilisation de notre terminologie consanguine (pere, mere, frere, saeur) qui est une modalite certes classique, mais particuliere de la parente.
Given the high rate of first and second cousin marriage in Penan society, an affine often has had a prior identity as a consanguine, an identity which continues into marriage.
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