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con·san·guin·e·ous

 (kŏn′săn-gwĭn′ē-əs, -săng-) also con·san·guine (kŏn-săng′gwĭn, kən-)
adj.
Of the same lineage or origin; having a common ancestor.

[From Latin cōnsanguineus : com-, com- + sanguineus, of blood; see sanguine.]

con′san·guin′e·ous·ly adv.

con•san•guin•e•ous

(ˌkɒn sæŋˈgwɪn i əs)

also con•san•guine

(kɒnˈsæŋ gwɪn)

con`san•guin′e•al,



adj.
having the same ancestry or descent; related by blood.
[1595–1605; < Latin consanguineus=con- con- + sanguineus of blood]
con`san•guin′e•ous•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.consanguineous - related by bloodconsanguineous - related by blood      
related - connected by kinship, common origin, or marriage

consanguineous

adjective
Connected by or as if by kinship or common origin:
Translations

con·san·guin·e·ous

a. consanguíneo-a, de la misma sangre u origen.

consanguineous

adj consanguíneo, que tiene antepasados en común
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Unwelcome sisters-in-law and soldiers who have stayed as necessary guests too long bear uncomfortable resemblances, politically, if not consanguineously, speaking.
This may be due to higher child mortality among such women in the younger ages (less than 35) than those in the older ages (35 and over), which is not only indicated for urban but also for rural consanguineously married women.
The emphasis of the society on permanence of matrimony and social (as well as religious) undesirability of a marriage break up is dearly manifested by the very small percentages of such happenings in the country, especially among those who were consanguineously married.