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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

[kin′drid]
a group of genetically related individuals.

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.