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kins·man

 (kĭnz′mən)
n.
1. A male relative.
2. A man sharing the same racial, cultural, or national background as another.

kinsman

(ˈkɪnzmən)
n, pl -men
1. a blood relation or a relation by marriage
2. a member of the same race, tribe, or ethnic stock
ˈkinsˌwoman fem n

kins•man

(ˈkɪnz mən)

n., pl. -men.
1. a relative, esp. a male.
2. a person of the same nationality or ethnic group, esp. a male.
[1100–50]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.kinsman - a male relative
relative, relation - a person related by blood or marriage; "police are searching for relatives of the deceased"; "he has distant relations back in New Jersey"
male sibling - a sibling who is male
nephew - a son of your brother or sister
uncle - the brother of your father or mother; the husband of your aunt

kinsman

kinswoman
noun relative, relation, blood relative, fellow tribesman, fellow clansman Their kinsmen had suffered in silence.

kinsman

noun
A person connected to another person by blood or marriage:
Translations
قَريب، نَسيب
slægtning
nőrokon
ættingiblaîsöluturnsímaklefi
erkek/kadın akraba

kinsman

[ˈkɪnzmən] N (kinsmen (pl)) → familiar m, pariente m

kinsman

[ˈkɪnzmən] nparent m
a distant kinsman → un parent éloigné

kinsman

n pl <-men> → Verwandte(r) m

kinsman

[ˈkɪnzmən] n (-men (pl)) (old) → congiunto

kin

(kin) noun plural
persons of the same family; one's relations.
adjective
related.
ˈkinsfolk (ˈinz-) noun plural
one's relations.
ˈkinsman (ˈkinz-) , ˈkinswoman (ˈkinz-) plurals ˈkinsmen, ~ˈkinswomen nouns
a man or a woman of the same family as oneself.
next of kin
one's nearest relative(s).
References in classic literature ?
Meanwhile, choose whether you will summon Clifford, and allow this business to be amicably settled by an interview between two kinsmen, or drive me to harsher measures, which I should be most happy to feel myself justified in avoiding.
And this was the reason that, long ago, In this kingdom by the sea, A wind blew out of a cloud by night Chilling my ANNABEL LEE; So that her high-born kinsmen came And bore her away from me, To shut her up, in a sepulchre In this kingdom by the sea.
The suitors of Penelope are buried by their kinsmen, and Odysseus, after sacrificing to the Nymphs, sails to Elis to inspect his herds.
It is instructive to also note that one of the reasons why Yusuf was indicted by an administrative panel set up by the minister was because of nepotism in appointments into the NHIS; Yusuf allegedly recruited his kinsmen who were on grade level 10 in the state public service and imposed them on the staff of the NHIS by placing them on grade level 15 and above.
Re-emphasizing the importance we attach to protection of the rights and interests of our Crimean Tatar kinsmen, we express our hope that the verdict on Mr.
Anyone who treats his kinsmen well during this month, Allah will bestow His Mercy o n him o n that Day, while anyone who mistreats his kinsmen during this month, Allah will keep away from His Mercy.
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A tribute dinner Friday night honouring Gordie Howe -- a Kinsmen event to raise money for charity -- has prompted many people to recall memories of meeting Mr.
Their kinsmen in Turkey joined them in their celebration from across the Turkish side of the border," Anadolu said.
In a neat book-end structure, the phrasing of the play's title also calls to mind one of Shakespeare's last plays, The Two Noble Kinsmen, written in collaboration with fellow playwright John Fletcher.
Haasan probably got inspiration for his new film's title from a Sangam Tamil poem, which talks of universality and mankind -- " The whole world is my place and all are my kinsmen.
We have always held our kinsmen living here in Kosovo dearest in our hearts, and your happiness here is our happiness.