familial

[fuh-mil-yuh l, -mil-ee-uh l]

Origin of familial

From French, dating back to 1895–1900; see origin at family, -al1
Related formsin·ter·fa·mil·ial, adjectivenon·fa·mil·ial, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for non-familial

familial

adjective
  1. of or relating to the family
  2. occurring in the members of a familya familial disease
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Word Origin and History for non-familial

familial

adj.

from French familial, from Latin familia (see family). Meaning "hereditary" is from 1900; "family-like" is from 1903.

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non-familial in Medicine

familial

[fə-mĭlyəl]
adj.
  1. Occurring or tending to occur among family members, usually by heredity.
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