Translation of kinsfolk in Spanish:


Pronunciation /ˈkɪnzˌfoʊk/ /ˈkɪnzfəʊk/

plural noun

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    • Mobilising her natal familija, most of her son's agnatic kinfolk, and many other unrelated families in the village through persistent negotiations, she mounted a vigorous campaign for her son's election.
    • Traditionally, the groom's family and kinfolk would provide a number of pigs and shells to the father of the bride in compensation for the loss of his daughter.
    • Most of these marriages were strongly resisted by the kinsfolk of the parties, particularly those that involved agnates from the same village, though none of them were from the same hamlet.
    • And finally, the spirit of the deceased has another chance of life in this world with his/her own kinsfolk.
    • Indeed, no blood relations witnessed the will, but only Hester's servant and the kinsfolk of her executor and beneficiary, her ‘good friend Anthony Short,’ the controversial Laudian minister.