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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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As a result of the various methods of accretion and attachment, Yatavo agnates now only make up only 87 of 330 Nauti residents, or 26.
Beneficiaries Versus the Founder's Heirs and Agnates
Similarly, although the father of the deceased is considered an agnatic relative, he is not inheriting equally with a special agnate female.
On this account, the Pangia justifies his refusal to pay both the bride-price and the child-payments to her Yagwoia close agnates who in turn have been chasing him through the islands and the highlands of PNG for the last 15 years in order to extract from him their share of her womb-generativity; for the Pangia got out of her several children.
1) The murderer who commits this crime is usually one of the girl's or woman's family members like her brother, father, or a combination of male agnates.
Musa was now a full-blown household head, but by exiting his brothers' household, he de facto forfeited any prospect of sharing in the remittances sent by his classificatory sons, and, even worse, his own children saw their chance to receive support from their migrant agnates evaporate.
The same Pusanweh has also said the following: if a man sets up 1000 altars in the (very) place where there was an idol shrine--the idols having been destroyed ("dug out") of there by a judge--without appointing a particular person from among his agnates as the guardian over these altars, then the man who has set up a Warahran Fire should be considered the guardian of these altars.
In sum, Trinh Cuong was dependent on the support of the Red River delta, and very wary of his agnates and of the Thanh-Nghe commanders; this caution led to a programme of enlisting soldiers from the delta and reinforcing supervision of the military.
The system was reinforced by patrilineages or "bloods" that enabled resident agnates to keep an eye on such wives, referred to as "grass widows" while their husbands were abroad.
Having had an affair with a Hindu, they are excluded from Santal society and declared dead in their village where their agnates perform a mock funeral.
Furthermore, many of the non-agnates are quite powerful, the difference in status between agnates and non-agnates is often unclear, and an agnatic ancestor cult either does not exist or does not provide a context for bringing together agnates who reside elsewhere.
In reality, though, the agnates are fully conscious and live in an underground artificial environment with a fictional cover story about the Earth being too polluted for them to live on the surface.
Por eso, cuando los diferentes cuerpos legislativos germanicos abordaron el tema de la formalizacion del contrato matrimonial, dieron preferencia al matrimonio agnaticio y destacaron a los agnates, o parientes por linea paterna, de los affines o parientes generales.
145) In fourteenth-century Florence, daughters inherited from their fathers in intestate successions only if there was no brother, son of a brother, grandson of a brother or other "direct" paternal descendants; after 1415, paternal uncles and their male descendants were added to the long line of male agnates who had prior claims to their fathers' patrimonies.