Consanguinity meaning

kŏnsăn-gwĭnĭ-tē, -săng-
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Relationship by blood or by a common ancestor.
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A close affinity or connection.
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Relationship by descent from the same ancestor; blood relationship.
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Close association; connection.
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Relationship by blood or by a common ancestor.
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A close affinity or connection.
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The relationship between people who share a common ancestor. See also degree, heir, and affinity.
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The relationship between people who share a common ancestor but are not ascended or descended from one another.
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. The relationship between people who are ascended or descended from one another.
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A consanguineous or family relationship through parentage or descent. A blood relationship.
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Origin of consanguinity

  • From Middle French consanguinité, from Latin consanguinitas, from consanguineosus meaning "consanguineous", from com- meaning "together" + sanguineus meaning "of or pertaining to blood", from sanguis "blood"

    From Wiktionary