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kinship

noun kin·ship \ˈkin-ˌship\

: the state of being related to the people in your family

: a feeling of being close or connected to other people

Full Definition of KINSHIP

:  the quality or state of being kin :  relationship

Examples of KINSHIP

  1. He feels a strong kinship with other survivors of the war.
  2. feelings of kinship between the team's players and their fans

First Known Use of KINSHIP

1833

Other Anthropology Terms

ectomorph, ethnography, prehistory, yurt
KINSHIP Defined for Kids

kinship

noun kin·ship \ˈkin-ˌship\

Definition of KINSHIP for Kids

:  the quality or state of being related <We just learned of our kinship.>

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