kinship

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} akrabalık
karabet
kandaşlık
{i} yakınlık
{i} benzerlik
{i} birbirine benzerlik
kinship family akrabalarıyle beraber oturan geniş aile
akrabalığı
kinship by blood
(Kanun) nesep hısımlığı
kinship by blood
(Kanun) kan hısımlığı
kinship by marriage
(Kanun) sebep hısımlığı
kinship by marriage
(Kanun) sihri hısımlılık
kinship by marriage
(Kanun) sihri akrabalık
kinship libido
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) akraba libidosu
kinship terms
(Dilbilim) akrabalık terimleri
fictive kinship
Doğrudan kan bağı olmadan, süt kardeşliği gibi ilişkilerden kaynaklanan akrabalık
İngilizce - İngilizce
relation or connection by blood, marriage or adoption
relation or connection by nature or character
Kinship is the relationship between members of the same family. The ties of kinship may have helped the young man find his way in life
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"
state of relatedness or connection by blood or marriage or adoption
culturally defined relationships between individuals who are commonly thought of as having family ties Kinship is based on marriage, descent, and, occasionally, fictive relationships as well
If you feel kinship with someone, you feel close to them, because you have a similar background or similar feelings or ideas. She evidently felt a sense of kinship with the woman. Socially recognized relationship between people who are or are held to be biologically related or who are given the status of relatives by marriage, adoption, or other ritual. Kinship is the broad term for all the relationships that people are born into or create later in life that are considered binding in the eyes of society. Every person belongs to a family of orientation (e.g., mother, father, brothers, and sisters); many adults also belong to a family of procreation (which includes a spouse or spouses and children). Familial bonds of descent and marriage may be traced through a genealogy, a written or oral statement of the names of individuals and their kin relations to one another. Inheritance and succession (the transmission of power and position in society) usually follow kinship lines. See also exogamy and endogamy; incest
A social network of people based on common ancestry, marriage, or adoption
{i} family relationship, condition of being related by blood or adoption; affinity, natural attraction
Your membership in a family and your relationship to other members of that family May refer to biological ties but in anthropology usually refers to cultural ties modeled on biological ones
Family relationship
kinsmanship
kinship relationship
family relationship, relation between family members
fictive kinship
Fictive kinship is the process of giving someone a kinship title and treating them in many ways as if they had the actual kinship relationship implied by the title. People with this relationship are known as fictive kin. Fictive kinship is also known as relatedness
kinships
plural of kinship
kinship