Consanguinity (Substantives), relationship, kindred, blood, parentage, filiation, affiliation, lineage, agnation, connection, alliance, family connection, family tie, nepotism, see Paternity 166.
A kinsman, kinsfolk, kith and kin, relation, relative, one's people, clan, connection, sib, cousin, brother, sister, father, mother, uncle, aunt, nephew, niece, step-father, etc., first, second cousin, grandor great- grandfather, etc., great-uncle, etc., a near relation, a blood-relation, a distant relation or relative, congener, collateral.
Family, fraternity, sisterhood, brotherhood, parentage, cousinhood, etc.; race, stock, generation, sept, etc.
(Verbs). To be related, to have or claim relationship with.
(Adjectives). Related, akin, consanguineous, congeneric, family, allied, collateral, sib, agnate, agnatic, fraternal, of the same blood, nearly or closely related, remotely or distantly related.
(Phrase). Blood is thicker than water.
(Verbs). To reciprocate, alternate, interchange, interact, exchange, counterchange, interdepend.
(Adjectives). Reciprocal, mutual, correlative, alternate, alternative; interchangeable, interdependent, international.
(Phrases). Mutatis mutandis; each other; vice versa; change and change about.
(Verbs). To be identical, to be the same, etc., to coincide, to coalesce.
To render the same.
To recognise the identity of: to identify, to recognise, see to compare 464.
(Adjectives). Identical, identic, same, self, selfsame, very same, no other, ilk, one and the same, unaltered, coincident, coinciding, coessential, coalescing, coalescent, indistinguishable, equivalent, equipollent, convertible, much the same.
(Adverbs). All one, all the same, identically, likewise.
(Phrases). Semper idem; toujours la même chose; alter ego; the very thing; just the thing; the actual thing; hic est quod petis.
Inversion, reversion 218.
The opposite, the reverse, inverse, converse, the antipodes 237, counterpart.
(Phrases). The reverse of the medal; the other side of the shield; the tables being turned.
(Verbs). To be contrary, etc., to contrast with, contradict, contravene, oppose, negate, antagonise, invert, reverse, turn the tables, to militate against.
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