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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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Thus, a variation between two agnate types of construals, such as active versus passive, as in (3)-(6), applies to a group of expressions that are enate.
4) The other group comprises agnates, arranged in a series of hierarchical classes.
208) For example, in case of the death of a father, an unmarried or divorced daughter will have the right to care and maintenance by her male agnate relatives.
These differences are generally held to align with the difference between what Mithun (1984) called "Type II" and "Type III" incorporation: in Type II incorporation, "the N loses its syntactic status as a distinct argument of the clause," while in Type III it is still a distinct argument, can be modified by external material, has nonincorporated agnates and so forth.
Hallaq claims that this reform is disingenuous because, "In the fiqh corpus, the guardianship of the senior male agnate amounted to a representational right whereby the interests of the family and the group would be considered together with the marital interests of the ward" (p.
Thus, as opposed to the author of the Mitaksara, Jimutavahana is firmly of the opinion that the principle that immediately allows agnate members of the joint family any proprietary claims on the basis of their birth should not hold sway in the law of ownership and inheritance; what is decisive, rather, is the "sapinda" status, which ensures to family members their rights on the basis of spiritual acts for a deceased relative (parvanasraddha)--only after the latter's death, to be sure.
QANG averred that he didn't know why his deceased paternal relative would hold some grudge against him and emphasised that they are of two different latice segments, which is to say that as an agnate this father is distant.
The most popular of all themes is a particular type of current event, the "honor crime" in which, typically, an unchaste woman is killed by a male agnate.
The deceased's closest agnate, Amalyce, also claimed that he didn't know where they were.
ahiri, and Ibadi law because of their distinct features, particularly the rejection of the principles, generally accepted in non-Shi I law, of awl "proportional reduction," whereby inheritance shares are reduced proportionally if the sum of the fixed shares allotted exceeds the total inheritance, and ta sib "agnation," whereby residual funds are distributed among the agnate relatives (asabah) of the deceased.
If the guardian who is the nearest agnate asks his ward's permission and she is aware of the bridegroom's identity and of the bride price's value, then if she keeps silent, or smiles, or laughs not in order to mock or cries silently, it is considered as though her consent has been given.
While land was inherited patrilineally and usually by males, a woman could be given land by an agnate (her father, usually).
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.
Poole (1981:146-7) mentions payments at different times in the nuptial process and suggests that the first of these payments is agreed upon by 'male agnates of the focal lineages' only and then a second presentation, consisting of a cooked half of taro, is made from the bride-to-be to her future husband.