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affinity a similarity between biological species that suggests a common origin. [1/5 definitions]
analogous in biology, similar in form or function, but of different evolutionary origin. [1/2 definitions]
analogue in biology, an organ or structure similar to another of different evolutionary origin. [1/2 definitions]
analogy in biology, a similarity in form or function of organs or parts that are of different evolutionary origin. [1/5 definitions]
ancestry the origin or evolution of an object, idea, or style. [1/3 definitions]
Anglican of or pertaining to the Church of England or churches of the same origin and communion. [1/2 definitions]
anthropogenesis the scientific study of humanity's origin.
apocrypha any of various religious writings of unknown origin and questionable authenticity. (Cf. canon1.) [1/2 definitions]
authorship origin, as of a book, film, idea, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
barrio (informal) a section of a U.S. city inhabited mostly by Spanish speakers or persons of Hispanic origin. [1/2 definitions]
bastard inferior, inauthentic, or questionable in origin; illegitimate. [1/4 definitions]
beginning (sometimes pl.) the first part or origin of a thing or process; start. [1/2 definitions]
biceps a muscle divided in two parts at its origin, esp. the large muscle at the front of the upper arm that bends the elbow.
birth origin; beginning. [1/4 definitions]
birthplace the place of birth or origin, of a person or of an idea, movement, or the like.
Boston ivy a woody climbing vine of Asian origin, commonly grown in the United States as an exterior wall cover, that has three-lobed leaves and bears purple berries.
Caucasian of, pertaining to, or characteristic of a light-skinned person of European origin. [2/7 definitions]
chow2 a stocky, medium-sized dog of Chinese origin that has a thick red or black coat, a blackish tongue, and a tail that curls over the back.
chutney a spicy sauce or relish of East Indian origin made with fruits and herbs.
coeval coinciding in time of origin or existence; contemporary. [1/2 definitions]
cognate having a common origin, as languages. [2/4 definitions]