1. kin1
    [kin]

    NOUN

    1. one's family and relations:
      "he is expected to make a payment to his wife's kin"
      synonyms: relatives · relations · family (members) · kindred ·
      kith and kin · flesh and blood · nearest and dearest · kinsfolk · kinsmen · kinswomen · people · folks
      • animals or plants that are related to a particular species or kind:
        "dolphins, whales, and their kin" ·
        "the Acari include ticks, mites, and their kin"

    ADJECTIVE

    1. related: See also akin.
      "he was kin to the brothers"
      synonyms: relatives · relations · family (members) · kindred ·
      kith and kin · flesh and blood · nearest and dearest · kinsfolk · kinsmen · kinswomen · people · folks

    ORIGIN

    Old English cynn, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch kunne, from an Indo-European root meaning ‘give birth to,’ shared by Greek genos and Latin genus ‘race.’
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    SUFFIX

    1. forming diminutive nouns such as bumpkin, catkin.

    ORIGIN

    from Middle Dutch -kijn, -ken, Middle Low German -kīn.

    RELATED FORMS

    kin(noun)
    kins(plural noun)
    kin(adjective)
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