kith and kin - definition and synonyms

noun [plural] old-fashioned 

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/ˌkɪθ ən ˈkɪn/
Word story
Kith comes from a word of Germanic origin meaning ‘known’. Kin is also of Germanic origin, from an Indo-European root meaning ‘give birth to’. Your kith are your friends or acquaintances, while your kin are all the people you are related to.