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A group of people all descended from a common ancestor, in fact or belief
A group of players who habitually play on the same team in multiplayer games
Any association of people behaving clannishly
A traditional social group of families in the Scottish Highlands having a common hereditary chieftain
a tribe
{n} a family, race, sect, set, despicable body
a body of persons united by some common interest or pursuit; sometimes used contemptuously
A unilineal descent group or category whose numbers trace patrilineal descent (patriclan) or matrilineal descent (matriclan) from an apicle ancestor/ancestress , but do not know the genealogical links that connect them to this apical ancestor
A group of related families in the Scottish Highlands A clan consists of a group of families with the same name or several family groups claiming a common ancestor and following the same hereditary leader
A tribe or collection of families, united under a chieftain, regarded as having the same common ancestor, and bearing the same surname; as, the clan of Macdonald
A kinship defined (familial) and estate owning group Such groups speak and own their own langauge and also own knowledge, objects, designs, paintings and songs associated with that clan estate Clan descent is claimed from a common ancestor (in a similar fashion as the Scots) There are over 40 such clans in eastern Arnhem Land
group of people related by blood or marriage
An extended family created by the joining of more than one family
Two or more lineages claiming descent from a common ancestor
Unilineal descent group based on stipulated descent
A social group based on a shared common ancestry A clan is distinguished from a lineage in that a clan merely claims common ancestry and may have several lineages; a lineage can be traced to a common progenitor Several clans may combine into a larger social group called a phratry
an alliance of approximately 6-12 network shooter players who often fight united against other players or clans Clans usually have their own web sites and trademark skins
A clan is a group which consists of families that are related to each other. rival clans
A large group of people believed to be descendants through males of a common ancestor whose name is also the name of the clan Several clans constitute a clan-family (q v ), and each clan is divided into a number of lineages (q v )
Usually refers to a grouping or pod of like forms exploring the same interest Also can be used as collective parts of the self exploring similar interests A social architectural unit of a society that includes several villages, bands that share common interests, purpose or it usually has a similar family bloodline and is usually recognized by a similar totem, name or location
A local group of kin Clans exist within tribal groups Each clan possesses its own songs, crests, regalia and rights to certain hunting, fishing, trapping and harvesting territories
a social unit in the Scottish Highlands, consisting of a number of families claiming a common ancestor and following the same hereditary leader
You can refer to a group of people with the same interests as a clan. a powerful clan of industrialists from Monterrey. Kinship group based on actual or purported descent from a common ancestor, as traced through the male (patriclan) or the female (matriclan) line. Clans are normally exogamous, marriage within the clan being regarded as incest. Clans may segment into subclans or lineages, and genealogical records and myths may be altered to incorporate new members who lack kinship ties with the clan. Clan membership may be useful in ensuring mutual support and defense as well as in the mediation of disputes over property rights and the mode of residence after marriage. Some clans express their unity by means of a common emblem. See also exogamy and endogamy
{i} tribe, family, group related by common interests or characteristics
extended family group consisting of all those people descended from a common ancestor (from a common male ancestor if the family is patrilineal; from a common female ancestor if the family is matrilineal )
Any number of covens who have agreed to follow the same kinds of rules, which spring from one central governing source A clan has a single leader, and within the democratic clan governing system he or she had the power to veto proposals or actions of the group
Very much like a climbing team, but bound by a spell
A clique; a sect, society, or body of persons; esp
a noncorporate descent group in which genealogical links to a common ancestor are assumed but are not actually known
From Gaelic clann, 'family, 'pronounced 'clown' or 'clon', in Scottish usage an anglicised term referring to a dominant ruling kingroup, employed by social anthropologists to denote a lineage-based group, but also used generally in a non-technical sense to mean any powerful family group, and in Ireland to denote a Scottish-influenced convivial association of individuals bearing a common surname
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socially exclusive
of a clan
befitting or characteristic of those who inclined to social exclusiveness and who rebuff the advances of people considered inferior
Of or pertaining to a clan; closely united, like a clan; disposed to associate only with one's clan or clique; actuated by the traditions, prejudices, habits, etc
befitting or characteristic of those who inclined to social exclusiveness and who rebuff the advances of people considered inferior characteristic of a clan especially in being unified; "clannish loyalty
If you describe a group of people as clannish, you mean that they often spend time together and may seem unfriendly to other people who are not in the group. They were a clannish lot, not given to welcoming strangers. = cliquey. a group of people who are clannish are very close to each other, and seem unfriendly towards strangers
characteristic of a clan especially in being unified; "clannish loyalty"
{s} of a clan; tribal, communal; cliquish
of, of related to a clan
{i} quality of being united by common interest or characteristics, cliquishness, exclusiveness
tendency to associate with only a select group
the state of being clannish
plural of clan
During the fall of the Star League, General Nicholas Kerensky, commander of the Regular Star League army, led his forces out of the Inner Sphere in what is known as the Exodus After settling beyond the Periphery, the Star League Army itself collapsed Out of the ashes of the civilisation Kerensky's forces tried to create rose the Clans
During the fall of the Star League, General Aleksandr Kerensky, commander of the Regular Star League Army, led his forces out of the Inner Sphere in what is known as the first Exodus After settling beyond the Periphery, more than 1,300 light years away from Terra, Kerensky and his followers settled in a cluster of marginally habitable star systems near a large globular cluster that hid them from the Inner Sphere Within fifteen years, civil war erupted among these exiles, threatening to destroy everything they had worked so hard to build In a second Exodus, Nicholas Kerensky, son of Aleksandr, led his followers to one of the worlds of the globular cluster to escape the new war It was there on Strana Mechty that Kerensky first conceived and organized what would one day be known as the Clans