OTHER WORDS FROM patrilinealpat·ri·lin·e·al·ly, adverb
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How to use patrilineal in a sentence
Meanwhile, Justin Locke’s son is 9, so there’s a fifth generation in his patrilineal line who could ascend to the helm.The Leader of New York’s “City of the Dead” Cashes In. Again.|by Carson Kessler|July 25, 2022|ProPublica
It’s true that patrilineal baby-naming dominates in America.It's 2022 and People Are Still Confused That My Kids Have Their Mother's Last Name|Aubrey Hirsch|February 4, 2022|Time
One easy answer lies in the patrilineal history of LEGO itself.Why It Took LEGO So Long to Get the Memo: Girls Like Science, Too|Samantha Allen|August 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Back in 1983, Reform Judaism recognized the Jewish identity of children of “patrilineal descent.”
Sadly, his proposal was spurned and the “patrilineal” experiment failed.
With patrilineal descent they tend to occupy the tribal territory in such a way that each phratry becomes a local group.
At the present day the kinship may be matrilineal or patrilineal without affecting their right.
Patrilineal descent may have been directly evolved without the intermediate stage of reckoning through females.
For the eight-class system see Table Ia; in which it is assumed that patrilineal descent prevails in all the tribes.
The area covered by the dichotomous organisations is divided almost equally between matrilineal and patrilineal tribes.
British Dictionary definitions for patrilineal
Derived forms of patrilinealpatrilineally or patrilinearly, adverb
Cultural definitions for patrilineal
Tracing kinship and descent through the male line. (Compare matrilineal.)