(--- Informal) Elegance of style, taste, and manner:
Fatherhood, the relationship of father to a child.
One's relatives or family:
A mob cap.
The office, position, or jurisdiction of a syndic or body of syndics.
Home is defined as a house or place where a person or family lives or where someone was born.
A class or division in a scheme of classification
A kinship group constituting an intermediate division in the primitive structure of the Hellenic tribe or phyle, consisting of several patrilinear clans, and surviving in classical times as a territorial subdivision in the political and military organization of the Athenian state.
A person's descendants considered as a group.
Offspring is defined as a human child or animal child, or the children of a family for many years.
An assemblage of persons or objects gathered or located together; an aggregation:
Any tribe or clan; esp., an exogamous group claiming descent through the male line
A family or group that maintains power for several generations:
Devotion to home and family life
A family name; a surname.
The definition of children means more than one child.
The offspring, or a family of offspring, of animals; esp., a group of birds or fowl hatched at one time and cared for together
Ancestors considered as a group.
The type from which a group of animals or plants has descended.
A class, group, or kind with common attributes.
The period during which such a group meets:
A distinctive group; class; kind; sort
Patrimony is something inherited from your father or your ancestor, or something that has been endowed to a church.
People, esp. youthful people
Humans considered as a group or in indefinite numbers. Often treated as a plural of person, especially in compounds:
A group of sentient beings, particularly people, distinguished by common heritage or characteristics:
The definition of a seed is a structure that contains the embryo of a plant.
Find another word for families. In this page you can discover 40 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for families, like: classes, paternities, kins, mobs, syndicates, homes, houses, categories, phratries, kinfolks and folks.