Idioms about kin
Origin of kin
OTHER WORDS FROM kinkinless, adjective
Other definitions for kin (2 of 2)
Origin of -kin
How to use kin in a sentence
As a member of the Labor Party they assumed that we were ideological kins.
They threw off colonies, or accepted other groups, which took new animal names, and are now the totem kins.
These animal names in this part of Africa denote local tribes, not totem kins within a local tribe.
Nor can it segment itself without also segmenting its linked totem kin or kins, which merely means segmenting the local tribe.
There are a few American cases in which kins talk of their totems by periphrases, but every one knows the real names.
What has become of the two original, or the two leading local animal-named groups and totem kins?
British Dictionary definitions for kin (1 of 2)
Word Origin for kin
British Dictionary definitions for kin (2 of 2)
Word Origin for -kin
Medical definitions for kin
Other Idioms and Phrases with kin
see kith and kin.