He is not notably nepotistic and has not favored his ancestral village or immediate family.
On the other hand, there is a hierarchy among tutelary and ancestral gods.
They will find a way to keep the ancestral spirits alive.
The result is a claim that ancestral voices have told them how to resolve present legal disputes.
These ancestral creatures were stranger than anyone ever expected.
Forensic scientists could tell you a skull's ancestral continent.
The idea was that by raising animals that met such standards, small local farmers might stanch the loss of ancestral lands.
From the ancestral time the world space research established on blind theory.
Not only was that world ancestral to ours, it was in some sense alternative as well.
But on the origin of those species-exactly how one ancestral species divides into many-the book is largely silent.
British Dictionary definitions for ancestral
of, inherited from, or derived from ancestors: his ancestral home
(logic) a relation that holds between x and y if there is a chain of instances of a given relation leading from x to y. Thus the ancestral of parent of is ancestor of, since x is the ancestor of y if and only if x is a parent of…a parent of…a parent of y