agnate

[adj] - related on the father's side 2. [n] - one related on the father's side
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Agnate

• (a.) Related or akin by the father`s side; also, sprung from the same male ancestor. • (a.) Allied; akin. • (n.) A relative whose relationship can be traced exclusively through males.
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agnate

agnatic adjective related on the father`s side; `a paternal aunt`
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Agnate

Ag'nate adjective [ Latin agnatus , past participle of agnasci to be born in addition to; ad + nasci (for gnasci ) to be born. Confer Adnate .] 1. Related or akin by the father's side; also, sprung from the same male ancestor. 2. Allied; aki...
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Agnate

Ag'nate noun [ Confer French agnat .] (Civil Law) A relative whose relationship can be traced exclusively through males.
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agnate

1. Related or akin by the father's side; also, sprung from the same male ancestor. ... 2. Allied; akin. 'Agnate words.' 'Assume more or less of a fictitious character, but congenial and agnate with the former.' (Landor) ... Origin: L. Agnatus, p. P. Of agnasci to be born in addition to; ad + nasci (for gnasci) to be born. Cf. Adnate. ... A relative...
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Agnate

Agnate: 1. As a noun, a relative on the father's side. 2. As an adjective, related on the father's side. As opposed to enate (someone related on the mother's side) From the Latin agnatus, the past participle of agnasci (to issue forth), from ad+ nasci (to be born).
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