adjective Date: 1610 consanguineous

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  • consanguine — con·san·guine /kän saŋ gwən/ adj: consanguineous Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. consanguine …   Law dictionary

  • Consanguine — Con*san guine, a. 1. related by blood; descended from a common ancestor; used as a term of relation between two people. Syn: akin(predicate), blood related, cognate, consanguineous, kin(predicate). [PJC + WordNet 1.5] 2. (Law) having the same… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • consanguine — c.1600, from Fr. consanguin (14c.), from L. consanguineus of the same blood (see CONSANGUINITY (Cf. consanguinity)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • consanguine — ● consanguin, consanguine adjectif et nom Se dit d individus liés entre eux par des relations de consanguinité. Se dit d un parent du côté paternel (par opposition à utérin). ● consanguin, consanguine adjectif Se dit d une union entre des… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • consanguine — adjective Related by birth or by blood, i.e. having close ancestors in common. Syn: consanguineous …   Wiktionary

  • consanguine — con·san·guine kän saŋ gwən, kən adj CONSANGUINEOUS …   Medical dictionary

  • consanguine — (Roget s Thesaurus II) adjective Connected by or as if by kinship or common origin: agnate, akin, allied, cognate, connate, connatural, consanguineous, kindred, related. See KIN …   English dictionary for students

  • consanguine — con·san·guine || kÉ’n sæŋgwɪn adj. related by blood, descended from the same ancestor …   English contemporary dictionary

  • consanguine — con·san·guine …   English syllables

  • consanguine — adjective related by blood • Syn: ↑akin, ↑blood related, ↑cognate, ↑consanguineous, ↑consanguineal, ↑kin • Similar to: ↑related • …   Useful english dictionary

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