Kin, Kinsfolk, Kinsman, Kinswoman - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words

Kin, Kinsfolk, Kinsman, Kinswoman

[ A-1,Adjective,G4773, sungenes ]
primarily denoting congenital, natural, innate" (sun, "with," genos, "a family, race, offspring"), then, "akin to," is used as a noun, denoting
(a) of "family relationship, kin, a kinsman, kinsfolk
(s)," Luke 1:58, RV, "kinsfolk" (AV, "cousins"); Luke 14:12; Luke 21:16; John 18:26; Acts 10:24;
(b) of "tribal or racial kinship, fellow nationals," Romans 9:3; Romans 16:7, Romans 16:11, Romans 16:21.

[ B-1,Noun,G4773, sungenis ]
a late feminine form of A (some mss. have sungenes), denotes "a kinswoman," Luke 1:36, RV, "kinswoman" (AV, "cousin"). Cp. sungeneia (See KINDRED).

[ B-2,Noun,G4773, sungeneus ]
an alternative form of A, is used in Mark 6:4, "kin," and Luke 2:44, "kinsfolk."

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