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kin·dred

(kin'dred),
An aggregate of genetically related people; distinguished from pedigree, which is a stylized representation of a kindred.
[O.E. kynrēde, fr. cyn, kin, + rēde, condition]

kindred

Vox populi An extended family, see there.

kin·dred

(kin'drĕd)
An aggregate of genetically related people; distinguished from pedigree, which is a stylized representation of a kindred.
[O.E. kynrēde, fr. cyn, kin, + rēde, condition]

kindred

a group of organisms (usually humans) related by ancestry or marriage.
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In general it can be argued that Lenin's concept of "dialectical science" shares affinities not only with that of postmodernists but a "kindredness" with the neo-Hegelian conception of science common among Italian Fascists.
Dudgeon's one word for the commonality was 'kindredness'.
Garifunas who have been marginalized similarly experience greater kindredness with people across borders than with co-nationals, and many within these communities don't know whether they are Mexicans, Guatemalans, or Hondurans.