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17th century acculturation acculturative influences affinal relatives alternate terms Armenia Armenian associated aunt bifurcate bifurcate-collateral terminology bifurcate-collateral terms bifurcate-collateral type borrowing brother's wife changes in kinship classification classify relatives collateral relatives conjugal family consanguineal cousin culture Czech DaHu Dalmatia Dalmatian-Serbian Date of birth daughter's husband Deecke Delbrück denoted diffusion distinguished English father father's brother French Greece Greek GrSo History of residence husband's brother Indo-European Indo-European languages Italian kinship terminology kinship terms Kluge and Götze lineal terminology lineal terms lineal type Literary sources male male-cousin marriage Middle High German Miklosich mixed type modern mother's sister nephew niece Old High German Old Slavic oldest Sanskrit type parents paternal and maternal patrilineal extended family Place of birth Pushtu Respondent result Romance Sanskrit Serbian sibling sister's husband Slavic languages Slovak social organization social practices son's wife spouse Tappolet terminological distinction teta tetka type of terminology types of nomenclature uncle United Vasmer Westrup