Consanguinity

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consanguinity

[n] - related by blood
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Consanguinity

archaic or obsolete terms > General: Affinity and closeness by reason of blood relationship
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Consanguinity

close family relationship forming the 'forbidden degrees' within which marriage was forbidden without special permission from the Pope.
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consanguinity

Relationship by blood, whether lineal (for example by direct descent) or collateral (by virtue of a common ancestor). The degree of consanguinity is significant in laws relating to the inheritance...
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Consanguinity

Consanguinity: Blood relationship because of common ancestry.Everyone carries rare recessive alleles, rare genes that are generally innocuous in the heterozygous state but that in the company of another gene of the same type are capable of causing an autosomal recessive disease. We are all reservoirs for genetic disease. First cousins, as noted, sh
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Consanguinity

Con`san·guin'i·ty noun [ Latin consanguinitas : confer French consanguintité .] The relation of persons by blood, in distinction from affinity or relation by marriage; blood relationship; as, lineal consanguinity ; collateral consanguinity . « Invoking aid b
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consanguinity

A relationship that share a common bloodline, descent from a common ancestor. ... (27 Sep 1997) ...
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consanguinity

blood kinship noun (anthropology) related by blood
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consanguinity

(kon″sang-gwin´ĭ-te) blood relationship; kinship. adj., consanguin´eous., adj.
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Consanguinity

• (n.) The relation of persons by blood, in distinction from affinity or relation by marriage; blood relationship; as, lineal consanguinity; collateral consanguinity.
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consanguinity

kinship characterized by the sharing of common ancestors. The word is derived from the Latin consanguineus, `of common blood,` which implied that ... [4 related articles]
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consanguinity

consanguinity 1. Relationship by descent from the same ancestor, and not by marriage or affinity. 2. Blood relationship because of common ancestry. Everyone carries rare recessive alleles, rare genes that are generally innocuous in the heterozygous state but that in the company of another gene of the same type are capable of causing an autosomal
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Consanguinity

Consanguinity ("blood relation", from the Latin consanguinitas) refers to the property of being from the same kinship as another person. In that respect, consanguinity is the quality of being descended from the same ancestor as another person. Consanguinity is an important legal concept in that the laws of many jurisdictions consider consanguini..
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Consanguinity

A partnership or marriage between two individuals that have a common ancestor, thus making these two individuals blood related. Additional testing may be recommended during pregnancy to test for possible genetic disorders.
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consanguinity

consanguinity (kon"săng-gwin'itē) , state of being related by blood or descended from a common ancestor. This article focuses on legal usage of the term as it relates to the laws of marriage, descent, and inheritance; for its broader anthropological implications, see incest. Cons...
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Consanguinity

The relation subsisting among all the different persons descending from the same stock or common ancestor. Some portion of the blood of the common ancestor flows through the veins of all his descendants, and though mixed with the blood flowing from many other families, yet it constitutes the kindred or alliance by blood between any two of the indiv
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Consanguinity

Consanguinity is the relation of persons descended from the same ancestor. It is either lineal or collateral - lineal between father and son, grandfather and grandson, and all persons in the direct line of ancestry and descent, from one another; collateral between brothers, cousins, and other kinsmen descended from a common ancestor, but not from o
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consanguinity

Type: Term Pronunciation: kon′sang-gwin′i-tē Definitions: 1. Kinship because of common ancestry.
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consanguinity

Related by blood.
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Consanguinity

Genetic relationship. Consanguineous individuals have at least one common ancestor in the preceding
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Consanguinity

Genetic relationship. Consanguineous individuals have at least one common ancestor in the preceding
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