half blood

noun
the relation between persons having only one common parent.

Origin:
1545–55

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half-blood

[haf-bluhd, hahf-]
noun
1.
a half-breed.
2.
a person who has only one parent in common with another person, as a half sister or half brother.

Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English half blod

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half-blood
 
n
1.  a.  the relationship between individuals having only one parent in common
 b.  an individual having such a relationship
2.  a less common name for a half-breed
3.  a half-blooded domestic animal

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Example sentences
Relatives of the half blood inherit the same share they would inherit if they were of the whole blood.
The parties are not nearer of kin to each other than second cousins, whole or half blood.
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