Origin of Consanguineous
Learned borrowing from Latin consanguineosus (with English -ous), from com- (“together”) + sanguineus (“of or pertaining to blood”), from sanguis (“blood”)
From Latin cōnsanguineus com- com- sanguineus of blood sanguine
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
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