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kin 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Adjective
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kins, plural;
  1. Related
    • - he was kin to the brothers
Noun
  1. One's family and relations
    • - he is expected to make a payment to his wife's kin
  2. A natural class, group, or division of people, animals, plants, etc., with shared attributes or ancestry
    • - the area is frequented by crinoids, kin of sea urchins

  1. akin(p): related by blood
  2. a person having kinship with another or others; "he's kin"; "he's family"
  3. (kinship) affinity: a close connection marked by community of interests or similarity in nature or character; "found a natural affinity with the immigrants"; "felt a deep kinship with the other students"; "anthropology's kinship with the humanities"
  4. (kinship) (anthropology) relatedness or connection by blood or marriage or adoption
  5. Kin is a 6 issues comics-book limited series created in 2000 by Gary Frank and published by Top Cow/Image Comics. A secret government agency S.I.A. ...
  6. DNA/RNA-binding protein KIN17 is a protein that in humans is encoded by the KIN gene.
  7. Kin (often stylized as KIN) was the name of a family of phones from Microsoft that were sold from April 2010 to July 2010 through Verizon Wireless. ...
  8. "Kin" is a science fiction short story written in 2006 by Bruce McAllister.
  9. The Kin is an organization in the world of Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time fantasy series.
  10. KINS (980 AM) was a radio station broadcasting a News Talk Information format. Licensed to Eureka, California, USA, the station serves the Eureka area. The station is currently owned by Eureka Broadcasting Co. and features programing from CBS Radio and Westwood One.
  11. One or more relatives, such as siblings or cousins, taken collectively; Related by blood or marriage, akin. Generally used in "kin to"
  12. (KINS) Creech Air Force Base
  13. (Kinship) An important part of Indigenous cultures and values. It includes all relationships and being related to and belonging to the land. *
  14. (kinship) principle of organizing individuals into social groups, roles, and categories based on parentage and marriage.
  15. (Kinship) Family relationships. Primates recognize their kin, particularly their mother, siblings, aunts, and cousins.
  16. (Kinship) Once restricted to simply birth/biological relatives, kinship has expanded to now include close family friends. Kinship adoptions are ones where a family  member or close friend adopts a child. ...
  17. (Kinship) Placement of a child in the home of the child’s relative or with an adult with whom the child or parent has a close emotional attachment.
  18. (Kinship) Relative or non-relative who has previously established a bond with a child.
  19. (Kinship) The tribe or clan or extended family is the basis of the social structure.
  20. (Kinship) This describes the process by social relationships derived from real and supposed blood and familial ties lead people to identify with each other and who is perceived to be part of that family or community grouping. ...
  21. Kinship is an ability word that appears in Morningtide. All cards with kinship are creatures that check, at the beginning of their controller’s upkeep, whether the card on top of that player’s library shares a creature type with the creature that has the kinship ability; if it does, the player ...
  22. Persons of the same blood or members of the same family.
  23. The word for the Sun. Also one day in the Maya Calendar.
  24. An extended family group comprising relatives of a nuclear family, such as grandparents, uncles, aunts and second cousins. Can also refer to members of tribes or clans, godparents, stepparents or other adults to whom a child, the child’s parents and family members ascribe a family relationship.
  25. or kine- or kino- [from Greek kinesis movement] Denotes movement or action. (kinocilium).