kinfolk

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EtymologyEdit

From kin +‎ folk.

NounEdit

kinfolk (plural kinfolks)

  1. (US, also in plural) Relatives, relations.
    • 1931, William Faulkner, Sanctuary, Vintage 1993, p. 122:
      ‘You have kinfolks here though. Women. That used to live in this house.’

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