Persons of the same race or family; kindred. (noun)
One or more relatives, such as siblings or cousins, taken collectively. (noun)
Relationship; same-bloodedness or affinity; near connection or alliance, as of those having common descent. (noun)
Kind; sort; manner; way. (noun)
Related by blood or marriage, akin. Generally used in "kin to". (adjective)
Examples of word kin
Â“Well, sheÂ’s no kin oÂ’ yours, nor much acquaintance as IÂ’ve ever heared of, Â” said Mrs. Glegg, who always cried just as much as was proper when anything happened to her own Â“kin, Â” but not on other occasions.
Ef Doctor Mac kin save Lou's life -- an 'he _kin_ -- yo'd be a murderer, -- yes, a murderer uv yo'r own flesh an' blood, ter forbid him. "
II. iii.27 (53,7) Two such opposed foes encamp them still] [W: opposed kin] _Foes_ may be the right reading, or _kings_, but I think _kin_ can hardly be admitted.
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Knowing this, he went on: 'O Paá¹ÄcÄrÄ, to one passing to another world no child nor other kin is able to be a shelter or a hiding-place or a refuge.