Translation of incestuous in Spanish:

incestuous

incestuoso, adj.

Pronunciation: /ɪnˈsɛstjʊəs//ˌɪnˈsɛstʃ(u)əs/

adjective

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    incestuoso
    • Cousin marriages between two adults are not, of course, incestuous in this sense.
    • Psychotherapists' opinions, practices, and experiences with recovery of memories of incestuous abuse.
    • How did those incestuous acts and their interpretation function in relationship to other ideas about the family, gender, sexuality, and the social order?
    • The title of the film refers to a clause in global law forbidding incestuous sexual relations.
    • That group includes affines, based upon the theological idea that as husband and wife were one, marriage to a sister-in-law was as incestuous as marriage to a sister.
    • The incestuous marriage between Oedipus and Jocasta, a fruitful symbiotic union, had continued for seventeen years when the play Oedipus Rex begins.
    • Wotan's lawful wife, Fricka, forbids this - she is outraged by disobedience to proper marriage vows and she demands the death of the incestuous twins.
    • As the feminists saw it, bringing incestuous rape out of the closet would finally vindicate the truth of women's experience.
    • Despite all that solicitude for the privacy of would-be spouses, the prohibition on incestuous marriages stands.
    • After a major mobilization against rape, it turned its attention to the violence of incestuous familial relations.
    • But is it not true that the child conceived as a result of a rape or incestuous relation is also a victim?
    • The question in this appeal is whether there are different policy objectives animating the breach of a parent's fiduciary duty as compared with incestuous sexual assault.
    • Holding open the prospect of incestuous marriage would devastate family life by, effectively, legitimizing sexual predation within it.
    • They also involved themselves in incestuous marriages in a like manner of the Pharaohs.
    • He claimed that the marriage was incestuous and illegal, as Catherine had been married to his dead brother, Arthur.
    • Rather, it only contains the usual bans on bigamous or incestuous marriage.
    • Stead portrays the relationship between Katherine and Leslie as incestuous.
    • In several cases of incestuous abuse, the effects of breach of trust were extended to the family unit itself.
    • Later we have his incestuous seduction by his half-sister Morgan Le Fay, and the love triangle among Arthur, Lancelot, and Guinevere.
    • A sledgehammer leans against the wall behind him; Gillespie's ominous drawing of the incestuous mother and son hangs on the opposite wall.