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Definition of Kinship

Kinship

  1. Family relationship.

Kinship Quotations

What I really want to say: That what the world really needs is a real feeling of kinship. Everybody: stars, laborers, Negroes, Jews, Arabs. We are all brothers.
Marilyn Monroe

I feel a kinship with anyone who feels that their road, their life or who they really are is not good enough. I really relate to that.
Baz Luhrmann

I just am fascinated by other female artists, probably because I feel a kinship with them, no matter who they are and what they do.
Shirley Manson

It would seem that I, who never could make much sense of physics when I was at school, have now gained a strong sense of Einsteinian space-time. I am free of the nimbyism of now, and feel a strong kinship with both the dead and the unborn.
Will Self

I wrote the Dickens book because I loved Dickens, not because I felt a kinship with him, but after writing the book it seemed to me that there was at least one similarity between us and that was that Dickens loved to write and wrote with the ease and conviction of breathing. Me, too.
Jane Smiley
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Kinship Translations

kinship in German is Verwandtschaft, nahe Verwandschaft
kinship in Spanish is parentesco

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