Associations to the word «Kindred»
KINDRED, noun. (often plural only) Distant and close relatives, collectively; kin.
KINDRED, noun. (often plural only) Peoples of the same ethnic descent, not including speaker; brethren.
KINDRED, noun. (countable) A grouping of relatives.
KINDRED, noun. A combination of extended family and religious group, of the Ásatrú religious order in America.
KINDRED, adjective. Of the same nature.
KINDRED, proper noun. A city/town in North Dakota.
KINDRED SOUL, noun. (idiomatic) Someone with the same feelings or attitudes as oneself; kindred spirit.
KINDRED SPIRIT, noun. (idiomatic) Someone with the same feelings or attitudes as oneself.
KINDRED SPIRITS, noun. Plural of kindred spirit
KINDRED, noun. Group of people related by blood or marriage.
KINDRED, adjective. Similar in quality or character; "a feeling akin to terror"; "kindred souls"; "the amateur is closely related to the collector".
KINDRED, adjective. Related by blood or marriage; "kindred clans".
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