Translation of kinsman in Spanish:

kinsman

familiar, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkɪnzmən//ˈkɪnzmən/

nounPlural kinsmen

  • 1

    familiar masculine
    pariente masculine
    • Moses was delighted when he saw this kinsman, and happily stood opposite him to watch how he behaved.
    • Rowland Lacy, a kinsman of the earl of Lincoln, loves Rose, the daughter of the lord mayor of London.
    • Like his kinsman, he practiced his art with the aid of the portable camera obscura, but his preternatural acuity and immaculate form carried his work to the edge of hallucination.
    • On Sundays, Mr Utterson takes walks through the streets of London with Mr. Richard Enfield, a young businessman and distant kinsman.
    • He was apprenticed in London to a kinsman who was a draper and a member of the Ironmongers' Company, and later carried on trade there on his own account.
    • Cedric and Athelstane discuss the possibility of a Saxon restoration during the upcoming uprising, and the need to start mobilizing and uniting their kinsmen.
    • Nathan ben Israel: Isaac's kind and wise kinsman, who offers him a place to stay near Templestowe.
    • They pointed to their linguistic affinities "in convincing colonists to allow their 'kinsmen' to 'return home'".
    • His distant kinsman, Mr Enfield, tells him a story of a mysterious Mr Hyde.
    • Alan, in one display of this iconic sign system, explains the sign of crossed sticks with a silver button at their center that he leaves for a kinsman.
    • So, too, it is with families who through marriage extend their branches to offer protection to kinsmen, all the while remaining firmly rooted in the land.