Origin of consanguineous
Examples from the Web for consanguineous
Of all the deaf born without hearing, 13.5 per cent are the offspring of consanguineous marriages.The Deaf|Harry Best
Statistics from foreign sources give even larger percentages of the blind as the offspring of consanguineous marriage.Consanguineous Marriages in the American Population|George B. Louis Arner
In polyandry, poverty often plays a greater part than consanguineous marriages or surplus of male births.The Sexual Question|August Forel
Agkui, half diuta, half bsau, who urges men to consanguineous love and to sexual excesses.The Manbos of Mindano|John M. Garvan
Virchow, Prof., blindness occurring in the offspring of consanguineous marriages, ii.
Word Origin and History for consanguineous
c.1600, from Latin consanguineus "of the same blood" (see consanguinity).