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clans·man

 (klănz′mən)
n.
A man belonging to a clan.

clansman

(ˈklænzmən)
n, pl -men
(Anthropology & Ethnology) a man belonging to a clan

clans•man

(ˈklænz mən)

n., pl. -men.
a member of a clan.
[1800–10]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.clansman - a member of a clanclansman - a member of a clan      
kin group, kindred, kinship group, clan, kin, tribe - group of people related by blood or marriage
fellow member, member - one of the persons who compose a social group (especially individuals who have joined and participate in a group organization); "only members will be admitted"; "a member of the faculty"; "she was introduced to all the members of his family"
Translations

clansman

[ˈklænzmən] N (clansmen (pl)) → miembro m del clan

clansman

[ˈklænzmən] nmembre m d'un clan (écossais)

clansman

n pl <-men> → Clanmitglied nt; all the McTaggart clansmenalle Mitglieder des Clans McTaggart

clansman

[ˈklænzmən] nmembro di un clan
References in classic literature ?
"The clansmen on every side stripped their plaids, prepared their arms, and there was an awful pause of about three minutes, during which the men, pulling off their bonnets, raised their faces to heaven, and uttered a short prayer; then pulled their bonnets over their brows and began to move forward at first slowly.
They were wrapped in rich furs, their huge canoes freighted with every convenience and luxury, and manned by Canadian voyageurs, as obedient as Highland clansmen. They carried up with them cooks and bakers, together with delicacies of every kind, and abundance of choice wines for the banquets which attended this great convocation.
At that period (so soon after the forty-five) there were many exiled gentlemen coming back at the peril of their lives, either to see their friends or to collect a little money; and as for the Highland chiefs that had been forfeited, it was a common matter of talk how their tenants would stint themselves to send them money, and their clansmen outface the soldiery to get it in, and run the gauntlet of our great navy to carry it across.
Gladden, then, the hearts of the Achaeans at your ships, and more especially those of your own followers and clansmen, while I, in the great city of King Priam, bring comfort to the Trojans and their women, who vie with one another in their prayers on my behalf.
they reached the low lying city of Lacedaemon, where they drove straight to the abode of Menelaus {36} [and found him in his own house, feasting with his many clansmen in honour of the wedding of his son, and also of his daughter, whom he was marrying to the son of that valiant warrior Achilles.
"The same gun was used to kill him by his clansmen," reads the police report.The man was then hurriedly buried as the family members feared being caught by the police.
Though Qatar has not publicly stated its motivations behind the mass move to revoke Ghufran clansmen's citizenships, members of the clan suspect it is linked to their involvement in the failed 1996 coup attempt.
MIRPURKHAS -- Heavy deployment of police personnel was made in Asghar Katiar and its adjoining areas after an armed clash between two groups of the Marri clan which left two clansmen wounded on Thursday.
John, who is the manager of the Cambusmore Estate, near Callander, Stirlingshire, said: "There has not been a chief for a very long time - over 337 years - but there is a thriving community of Buchanan clansmen, clanswomen and septs around the world.
I cannot afford to remain part of such a party which is against the country, said charged Ghafoor while addressing a press conference at Lahore Press Club flanked by a large number of his clansmen of Mayo caste.
The appointment of Eugene Wamalwa as CS for Devolution has wiped off the tears of his clansmen who are mourning Yvonne Wamalwa.
Three persons were shot dead and six others injured over a land dispute between two groups belonging to Bhutto and Khuhro clansmen within the limits of Ketty Mumtaz police station near Naundero last Monday morning.