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consanguinity (s) (noun), consanguinities (pl)
1. Relationship by descent from the same ancestor, and not by marriage or a special friendship: The four brothers consanguinities were obvious and clearly seen by others.
2. Etymology: from Latin consanguinitas, from consanguineosus; from con-, "together" + sanguineus, "of or pertaining to blood"; from sanguis, "blood".
A common blood relationship.
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This entry is located in the following units: com-, co-, cog-, col-, con-, cor- (page 5) -ity (page 5) sangui-, sanguio-, sanguin- (page 1)