What is another word for kin?

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[ kˈɪn], [ kˈɪn], [ k_ˈɪ_n]

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How to use "Kin" in context?

Kinship is a relationship between individuals that is based on their assumed shared family relationships. These relationships can be traced back through both biological and adoptive connections. The definition of kin can vary based on the culture and setting, but in general, kin is any group of people that are considered close enough to be considered part of a family.

Kinship ties are often based on blood or marriage relationships, but they can also be based on shared values or connections. Because kinship is based on relationships, it can be difficult to determine who is a kin member. This can be a problem when kin members have disagreements about how to treat each other.

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Homophones for Kin:

  • KINN, kinne, QIN, kihn.

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