kin[ kin ]SEE DEFINITION OF kin
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR KIN
If these guests were kin of his, they were welcome for his sake.
It may be that, as some small return, my father or his kin may have power to advance your interest.
Theyclaimed to be kin to us, and they cared nothing for Man even when they smelled him.
S' fur 's the pitcher goes, it's about as good 's kin be did with paint, I guess.
"Does beat all how she kin do it," thought Wade, listlessly.
I'm gettin' there's fast's I kin, sir, 'deed I am; I ain't hidin' nothin'.
I tell ye, he's no sardine; you kin see that without my tellin' ye.
You kin imagine how that other feller's cigar tasted when he lighted it ag'in.
I sed, "guess I kin, but you brought them feet in here, and I've got to step some whar."
Cain (gen. Caines, 107): descended from him are Grendel and his kin, 107, 1262 ff.