Akin ( adjective , preposition )

(As an adjective)

Akin ( adjective )

  1. Related to or similar to something.
  2. Having a connection or similarity with something.

Origin:

Late middle english: from old norse kyn "kind, nature"; related to kin.

Examples:

  1. Their interests were akin.
  2. Their mindsets were akin.
  3. Their goals were akin.
  4. Their skills were akin.
  5. Their backgrounds were akin.

(As a preposition)

Akin ( preposition )

  1. Related to or similar to something.
  2. Having a connection or similarity with something.

Origin:

Late middle english: from old norse kyn "kind, nature"; related to kin.

Examples:

  1. Their interests were akin.
  2. Their mindsets were akin.
  3. Their goals were akin.
  4. Their skills were akin.
  5. Their backgrounds were akin.
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