consanguineal[ kon-sang-gwin-ee-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF consanguineal
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONSANGUINEAL
Then he said coolly, 'Mademoiselle, you are the victim of consanguineal sorcery.'
They were also "clans or consanguineal bands," each "usually named from some town or camp it had once occupied."
Do the local and descriptive names of "the clans or consanguineal bands," also descend in the female line?
The gens is an organized body of consanguineal kindred in the female line.
From about 1855 to 1880 much was written about the effect of consanguineal interbreeding.
Usually several of these consanguineal units comprise a village, and their captains form its governing body.