clan[ klan ]SEE DEFINITION OF clan
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CLAN
He was the chieftain of a clan that spread over Down and Antrim.
It was like being the head of a clan, the General told himself, and he liked it.
Kautsky says that in primitive man the child belongs to the clan; but this is an error.
At no period of human existence has family life been replaced by clan life.
In the anthropoid ape we already find the family, but not the clan.
At this moment the clan of retired oil and almond dealers arrived.
But am I not nearer Truth for not being caged in a creed or a clan?
Either he or his father had been a member of the Clan na Gael.
This he knew was the sign of the clan to which the dwellers in that wigwam belonged.
But in spite of this prophecy, the Chief of Clan Ivor it was.