Definition of Consanguinities

1. Noun. (plural of consanguinity) ¹



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Definition of Consanguinities

1. consanguinity [n] - See also: consanguinity

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Consanguinities

conquistadora
conquistadoras
conquistadores
conquistadorial
conquistadors
conrod
conrods
conrotary
conrotatory
cons
cons cell
consanguine
consanguineal
consanguined
consanguineous
consanguinities (current term)
consanguinity
consanguinuity
consarcination
consarcinations
consarn
consarn it
consarned
consarning
conscience
conscience-smitten
conscience money
conscience vote
conscience votes
conscienced

Literary usage of Consanguinities

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1. Arcana Cœlestia: The Heavenly Arcana Contained in the Holy Scriptures Or by Emanuel Swedenborg (1874)
"... that from marriages on the earths originate all consanguinities and affinities, and loves are in like manner derived according to the degrees of mutual ..."

2. Arcana Cœlestia: The Heavenly Arcana Contained in the Holy Scriptures Or by Emanuel Swedenborg (1874)
"That all and singular things in the heavens are according to consanguinities ot love and faith in the Lord, or, what is the same thing, of good and truth, ..."

3. Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (1883)
"Classes of the consanguinities of " SELF, a male." Classes of the affinities of " SELF, a male," as shown in Chart HI. ..."

4. Summarized Proceedings ... and a Directory of Members by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1883)
"Classes of the consanguinities of " SELF, a male." Classes of the affinities of " SELF, a male," as shown in Chart ..."

5. Gems of Heavenly Wisdom from the Writings of Swedenborg by Emanuel Swedenborg, J. Stuart Bogg (1887)
"consanguinities AND AFFINITIES. ALL relationship derives its origin from good, ... That in the spiritual world, or in heaven, no other consanguinities and ..."

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