consanguineous \kon-san(g)-GWIN-ee-us\, adjective:
- Of the same blood; related by birth; descended from the same parent or ancestor.
Consanguineous is from Latin consanguineus, from com-, con-, "with, together" + sanguineus, from sanguis, sanguin-, "blood." The noun form is consanguinity, "relationship by blood, or close relation or connection."
Redneck First Class
- When you are flying in the coach section of an airplane and one or both of the other two seats are unoccupied giving you more room, to stretch, lean or lie down.
The middle seat was unoccupied on my recent flight home so I got to sit in Redneck First Class
- The Star Wars Ewok Adventure aired on the ABC Sunday Night Movie. (1984)
- Iran-contra affair: arms-sales scandal blew open; US National Security Council aide Oliver North was fired for planning to ship arms secretly to Iran (1986)
- Elián González: 6-year-old Cuban émigré was rescued by fishermen off Florida's coast, sparking a political asylum/child custody battle (1999)
- Department of Homeland Security: was signed into law by George W. Bush; Tom Ridge was named the first department head (2002)
- John F. Kennedy, Jr. 1960