genealogical

Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Of or pertaining to genealogy
  • adjective a family lineage or genealogy drawn out under the form of a tree and its branches.

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  • adjective of or relating to genealogy

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  • adjective of or relating to genealogy

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Examples

  • If you are interested in genealogical/family history work, the LDS Church (Mormon Church) has some great resources.

    FamilySearch Beta Finds Historical Records On Your Family | Lifehacker Australia

  • It's well-known in genealogical circles that over time, there's a 6% "non-paternal event" rule when looking at paternal ancestry.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • It's well-known in genealogical circles that over time, there's a 6% "non-paternal event" rule when looking at paternal ancestry.

    Great Scots

  • There's discontinuities in genealogical knowledge too.

    Abusing Science

  • There's discontinuities in genealogical knowledge too.

    Abusing Science

  • The diaries each contain genealogical matter and a first-hand account of the author's travels and conversion to, what was then, a new religion.

    Creating, Managing & Pres. Dig. Assets: American Westward Migration

  • Street directories can be useful in genealogical research for tracing family lines and addresses and even trying to guess when a family member died (by absence).

    Street Directories « Cork Genealogist

  • The diaries each contain genealogical matter and a first-hand account of the author's travels and conversion to, what was then, a new religion.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • What makes the story genealogical is the "IX" in Edward's name — a number rather high in this day and age.

    IX-Nay on the Olitaire-Say

  • A study released today by the esteemed Holcombe Institute reveals that people who engage in genealogical research for at least 30 minutes a day live up to ten years longer than people who perform no daily research, but instead smoke three or more packs of cigarettes.

    Study: Genealogists Live Longer

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