Definition of Affinal. Meaning of Affinal. Synonyms of Affinal

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Definition of Affinal

Affinal
Affinal Af*fi"nal, a. [L. affinis.] Related by marriage; from the same source.

Meaning of Affinal from wikipedia

- Affinity may refer to: Affinity (law), kinship by marriage Affinity analysis, a market research and business management technique Affinity fraud, a type...
- In law and in cultural anthropology, affinity is the kinship relationship created or that exists between two people as a result of someone's marriage....
- terminology; for example, some languages distinguish between consanguine and affinal uncles ( i.e. the brothers of one's parents and the husbands of the sisters...
- particular note are: ****/gender indices, deference indices (including the affinal taboo index), affect indices, as well as the phenomena of phonological...
- further reduced its appeal. By overstressing the structural significance of affinal ties, alliance theory effectively neglected the importance of descent and...
- style of jiu-jitsu against other martial arts disciplines. Members are affinally and consanguineously related to the Machado family. Gastão Gracie from...
- and (Chenglei) Sarang-Leishangthem. Meiteis reckon kinship through both affinal and consanguineal relationships. The Meitei word for "kin" is mari mata...
- descent theory therefore synthesized both blood and soil as the same. Affinal ties with the parent through whom descent is not reckoned, however, are...
- consanguineal (blood ties) nor affinal ("by marriage") ties. It contrasts with true kinship ties. To the extent that consanguineal and affinal kinship ties might...
- of his Micrologus, designated these transposed finals A, B♮, and C as "affinals", and later still the term "confinal" was used in the same way. In 1525...