Enate

• (a.) Growing out.
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enate

enatic adjective related on the mother`s side; `my maternal grandmother`
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Enate

E·nate' adjective [ Latin enatus , past participle of enasci . See Enascent .] Growing out.
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Enate

Enate: 1. As a noun, a relative on the mother's side. 2. As an adjective, related on the mother's side. As opposed to agnate (someone related on the father's side). From the Latin enatus, the past participle of enasci (to issue forth), from e-, from ex- (out) + nasci (to be born).
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enate

[adj] - related on the mother`s side 2. [n] - one related on the mother`s side
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