consanguineous

[kon-sang-gwin-ee-uh s]
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Also con·san·guine [kon-sang-gwin] /kɒnˈsæŋ gwɪn/, con·san·guin·e·al.

Origin of consanguineous

1595–1605; < Latin consanguineus, equivalent to con- con- + sanguin- (stem of sanguis) blood + -eus -eous
Related formscon·san·guin·e·ous·ly, adverb
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Related Words for consanguine

agnate, akin, cognate, connate, consanguineous, kin, kindred, consanguineal

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Word Origin and History for consanguine
adj.

c.1600, from French consanguin (14c.), from Latin consanguineus "of the same blood" (see consanguinity).

consanguineous

adj.

c.1600, from Latin consanguineus "of the same blood" (see consanguinity).

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consanguine in Medicine

consanguineous

[kŏn′săng-gwĭnē-əs]
adj.
  1. Exhibiting consanguinity.
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