It must have been after Ht overcame Ttr that he started his kinsman Parbat to me with tribute and an accoutred horse.
The barghest has a kinsman in the Rongeur d'Os of Norman folklore.
He would always be staying with Thorstein Kuggison, his kinsman, when he was out here (in Iceland).
He was Kociuszko's kinsman and had been his father's friend.
He fled from the infected air of his kinsman's chamber, and summoned what physicians were available to pronounce and prescribe.
The Hurons regarded the rattlesnake as a kinsman of their ancestor.
In a former existence the one must have been my enemy, the other my kinsman.
This I say in all sincerity, and with a single purpose, as any kinsman might do.
When their swords crossed he had hated him like death; now he seemed to be striving with a kinsman.
Said Christopher: "Never a kinsman of blood have I, though many well-wishers."
Heb. goel, from root meaning to redeem. The goel among the Hebrews was the nearest male blood relation alive. Certain important obligations devolved upon him toward his next of kin. (1.) If any one from poverty was unable to redeem his inheritance, it was the duty of the kinsman to redeem it (Lev. 25:25,28; Ruth 3:9, 12). He was also required to redeem his relation who had sold himself into slavery (Lev. 25:48, 49). God is the Goel of his people because he redeems them (Ex. 6:6; Isa. 43:1; 41:14; 44:6, 22; 48:20; Ps. 103:4; Job 19:25, etc.). (2.) The goel also was the avenger (q.v.) of blood (Num. 35:21) in the case of the murder of the next of kin.