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brethren, kinfolk, relations, Families, Fraternities, Fathers, Mothers, Relatives, sisters, cousins, ancestors, aunts, bloods, brotherhoods, clans, kinships, lineages, motherhoods, nephews, nieces, sisterhoods.
kin, kinswoman.
beau, boyfriend, brother, father, fellow, gentleman, grandfather, guy, he, husband, nephew, papa, sir, son, spouse, swain, uncle, mr..
agnate, aunt, blood, brother-in-law, cognate, connection, cousin, father-in-law, folk, folks, kinsperson, mother, mother-in-law, niece, relation, sib, sibling, sister-in-law, stepbrother, stepsister, stepparent, in-laws, clansperson, grandparents, great-grandparents.
Examples of usage:
  1. The aunts and uncles variously sniff and tremble before you. – Rose of Dutcher's Coolly by Hamlin Garland
  2. " If not," she said, " you'll receive a card like this"- " Yesterday passed away Adelaide Deminski, born Weigert, Her heart- broken Husband Grandmother Father Mother Sons Daughters Sons- in- law Daughters- in- law Brothers Sisters Brothers- in- law Sisters- in- law Uncles Aunts Cousins"; for Germans themselves laugh at these advertisements, and assure the inquiring foreigner that their vogue has had its day. – Home Life in Germany by Mrs. Alfred Sidgwick
  3. At last it came to the turn of the young man's uncles to read the prayers for the dead in the church. – Cossack Fairy Tales and Folk Tales by Anonymous
  4. He called her a relation of his, and she called him " uncle," but it did not at all follow that she was his niece; for it is the custom in Hungary, and considered only common politeness, for young people to address their elders as " uncles" and " aunts," whether related or not. – King Matthias and the Beggar Boy by Nicholas Jósika
  5. Three of his uncles were general officers. – Toronto of Old by Henry Scadding