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Synonyms for agnate

connected by or as if by kinship or common origin

Synonyms for agnate

one related on the father's side

related on the father's side

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North American society has vestiges of patrilineality as evident in designation of surnames.
Matrilineality works to protect Lucy in a way that patrilineality could or did not; it is thanks to her resemblance to Charlotte that Lucy is protected from an incestuous relationship with her brother.
This stress on the power of patrilineality is echoed in the recent work of anthropologist Carol Delaney.
49) Instead, like other parts of northern Europe, Douai now accepted a marital property regime which preferred the lineage over the conjugal pair, the children over parents, patrilineality over colineality.
In a word, the complex system implied by the term 'sex affiliation', aligning totemic names with the plant emblem and ultimately with gender identity fell away as Omie innovated with more conventional arrangements inspired by introduced notions of patrilineality as guaranteeing land rights.
need for conversion with their acceptance of patrilineality, and the
Lucrezia's four children fathered by four different lovers stand as a challenge to patrilineality and privilege the primacy of the maternal line.
In another paper he was amibivalent about whether patrilineality was the rule or whether it was the kind of spiritual attachment that allows for multiple cross cutting affiliations that are seen today (Elkin 1932:330-1).
Patrilineality and patrilocality are more important among the western Enga, whereas multilocality (i.
To be sure, the Rabbinical Assembly has set forth three binding standards meant to distinguish Conservative rabbis from their Reform counterparts: the ban on Conservative rabbis participating in intermarriages, the stress on a matrilineal definition of Judaism as opposed to Reform's embrace of patrilineality, and the requirement of a get prior to the remarriage of a divorcee.
In short, Dussart argues that patrilineality, the hallmark of Jukurrpa (Waripir i Dreaming), does not mean patriarchy.
The case demonstrates the flexible criteria of iduhu membership, given the idiom of patrilineality at the centre of Motu discourses of descent.