Definition of Matrilineality. Meaning of Matrilineality. Synonyms of Matrilineality

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- Matrilineality is the tracing of descent through the female line. It may also correlate with a societal system in which each person is identified with...
- Matrilineality in Judaism or matrilineal descent in Judaism is the tracing of Jewish descent through the maternal line. Virtually all Jewish communities...
- anthropology, the matrilineal belt is an area in Africa south of the equator where matrilineality is predominant. The matrilineal belt runs diagonally...
- Matrilineal succession is a form of hereditary succession or other inheritance through which the subject's female relatives are traced back in a matrilineal...
- includes societies that have been identified as matrilineal or matrilocal in ethnographic literature. "Matrilineal" means property is p****ed down through the...
- ancestry in his direct patrilineal line (Y DNA). Through his direct matrilineal line (mt DNA), he is of West African/Central African ancestry of Tikar...
- multigenerational households with their mother and her blood relatives. Mosuo matrilineality is largely based on the woman's role as head of the household. The Mosuo...
- et al. 2002, p. 1119). A 2004 study in which Parsi mitochondrial DNA (matrilineal) was compared with that of the Iranians and Gujaratis determined that...
- Bunts, including the Jain Bunt Billava Kulala Devadiga Mogaveera Matrilineality Matrilineal succession Yogitha Shetty. "Ritualistic World of Tuluva:A Study...
- immigrants. Some Northeastern and Southwestern cultures, in particular, were matrilineal and operated on a more collective basis than the Europeans were familiar...
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