Kindred ( noun , adjective )

(As a noun)

Kindred ( noun )

People who are related to each other by blood or family.

Origin:

The word kindred comes from the old english word "cyndræden" which means "of the same blood or family". the word has been in use since the 12th century.

Examples:

  1. He was reunited with his long-lost kindred.
  2. She was close to her kindred, they often spent holidays together.
  3. The kindred gathering was a joyous occasion.
  4. They had a strong sense of family and always put their kindred first.
  5. His kindred came from all over the world to attend his wedding.

(As an adjective)

Kindred ( adjective )

People who are related to each other by blood or family.

Origin:

The word kindred comes from the old english word "cyndræden" which means "of the same blood or family". the word has been in use since the 12th century.

Examples:

  1. He was reunited with his long-lost kindred.
  2. She was close to her kindred, they often spent holidays together.
  3. The kindred gathering was a joyous occasion.
  4. They had a strong sense of family and always put their kindred first.
  5. His kindred came from all over the world to attend his wedding.
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