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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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