Examples from the Web for consanguinity
For them, it was "consanguinity of spirit" that attracted their friendship, and not "common point of view."
The results suggest an alarming Republican consanguinity with the anti-Obama birther conspiracy theorists.
Thus there were three sovereigns established in Russia, united by the ties of interest and consanguinity.The Empire of Russia|John S. C. Abbott
The Aryan, Semitic and Uralian systems of consanguinity, which are essentially identical, were created by the monogamian family.Ancient Society|Lewis Henry Morgan
He can marry any woman, not his consanguinity, if she be not among the forbidden affinities.Omaha sociology (1884 N 03 / 1881-1882 (pages 205-370))|James Owen Dorsey
If the right of consanguinity were only considered, the title of John to the whole succession had been indubitable.
The pope annulled it promptly on the same grounds of consanguinity, and turned a deaf ear to every plea for reconsideration.Women of the Romance Countries (Illustrated)|John R Effinger
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Word Origin for consanguinity
Word Origin and History for consanguinity
c.1400, from Middle French consanguinité, from Latin consanguinitatem (nominative consanguinitas), from consanguineus "consanguineous, of the same blood," from com- "together" (see com-) + sanguineus "of blood" (see sanguine).