Kinfolk (noun)

One's family and relatives.


The word kinfolk comes from the words "kin" meaning family and "folk" meaning people. kinfolk refers to one"s family and relatives.


  1. He spent the holidays with his kinfolk, enjoying the company of his loved ones.
  2. She was close with her kinfolk, always keeping in touch with her relatives.
  3. The kinfolk gathering was a chance for the family to come together and catch up.
  4. He was proud of his kinfolk and the traditions that they shared.
  5. She had a large kinfolk, with many cousins, aunts, and uncles.
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