The least doubt in the strictly independent existence of exogamous and endogamous tribes was considered a frivolous sacrilege.
In Raigarh the Bhuiyas appear to have no exogamous divisions.
His 'horde' is originally endogamous; then, we know not well why, is exogamous (p. 137).
Among the Vallambans these karais are exogamous, and run in the male line.
Moreover, the non-exogamous Arunta associations bearing totemic names have once been exogamous totem clans.
Each of these is further sub-divided into clans (kiriyam), which are exogamous.
The tribes are divided into numerous small clans which are exogamous.
If totem kins there be in the phratries, these totem kins are exogamous.
The abiding unit upon which the social structure was founded was not the family but the exogamous clan.
These totemic clans are exogamous, like those of Mayne's Tsimshians.
exogamy ex·og·a·my (ěk-sŏg'ə-mē)
Sexual reproduction by means of conjugation of two gametes of different ancestry, as in certain protozoan species.