noun, plural kins·men.
- kinsey, alfred,
- kinsey, alfred charles,
Origin of kinsman
Examples from the Web for kinsman
That winter he was at home with his father, but the summer after he met at the Althing his kinsman, Skapti the law-man.
St. Fionan however who was a kinsman of Mochuda and had just returned from Rome, came at this time on a visit to the monastery.Lives of SS. Declan and Mochuda|Anonymous
Burlingame had said nothing about the letter from the late Michael Turley's kinsman in Montreal and the question of the legacy.Wild Youth, Volume Complete|Gilbert Parker
His kinsman said to Aruna Aupavesi, "Thou art advanced in years, establish thou the sacrificial fires."India: What can it teach us?|F. Max Mller
At this moment Montferrat came in, and stood by his kinsman.The Life and Death of Richard Yea-and-Nay|Maurice Hewlett