kindred definition

  • noun:
    • A group of relevant individuals, as a clan or tribe.
    • someone's family relations; kinfolk.
    • Distant and close family members, collectively.
    • Peoples of the identical ethnic descent, excluding presenter; brethren.
    • A grouping of family relations.
    • a mix of prolonged household and spiritual team, of Ásatrú spiritual order in the us.
    • Relationship by delivery or wedding; consanguinity; affinity; kin.
    • loved ones by blood or wedding, even more properly the previous; relations; individuals regarding one another.
    • commitment by birth, wedding, or lineage; consanguinity; kinship; affinity.
    • Community in sort; intrinsic relationship or link.
    • In a plural sense, relatives by bloodstream or lineage, or, by expansion, by relationship; a body of people associated with each other; family members; kin.
    • A tribe; a body of people connected by a family group or tribal bond: with a plural kind.
    • group associated by bloodstream or marriage
  • adjective:
    • Of the same ancestry or family: kindred clans.
    • Having the same or relevant source, nature, or character: kindred thoughts.
    • of the identical nature.
    • Related; congenial; regarding the love nature or properties
    • related by blood or wedding
    • similar in quality or character
  • others:
    • Having kinship; allied by blood or descent; related as kin.
    • related to kinship; of related source or character; for this reason, indigenous; regarding nativity : as, to reside under kindred heavens.
    • Hence Congenial; allied; of like nature, characteristics, etc.: as, kindred souls; kindred activities.

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