Kin (noun)

  1. A person's relatives collectively.
  2. A group of people related to one another by blood or marriage.

Origin:

Middle english: from old english cynn, of germanic origin; related to dutch kunne and german k√ľnne "family, tribe", from a base meaning "to give birth".

Examples:

  1. She was very close to her kin and had a strong family bond.
  2. Many of his kin were in attendance at his wedding.
  3. He always felt most comfortable surrounded by his kin.
  4. The term kin refers to a person's relatives, including siblings, parents, grandparents, and cousins.
  5. The kin gathered for a reunion to celebrate their shared heritage.
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