Old English cyn(n) means
"race, family (or) KIN." The Indo-European root given is gena or gen
(to give birth, beget).
QaNeH may be the source of KINDREDor
KINFOLK since it means both to "create" (Genesis14:9
- where Cain is named) and a "branch" (of a candelabra -.Exodus
QahN is a "nest," but the term infers the brood or
family in Deuteronomy32:11. [A]hM or GHahM is a nation or
people; EeM or GHeeM means withor close to.
More creative KN
terms are available at GENIUS (GAhOAN is a genius) and ORIGIN
(GHaYiN is a source or spring).
officially AKIN to KIN include KING, KIND, -GEN(Y) and GEN- words, GONAD,
ENGINE and GERMAN. At KIND one sees how this same mistaken root is cited.
But family words like kind (German child) or may be the metathesis of
QaDTaN (child, small one Genesis 32:14), see KINDERGARTEN.