And of the sons of Ephraim twenty thousand eight hundred, men of great valour renowned in their kindreds.
With these must needs be Bow-may, who was the closest shooter of all the kindreds.
These are the children of Sem according to their kindreds and tongues, and countries in their nations.
But on his right hand he saw how they of the kindreds held them firm on the way.
This is the possession of the tribe of the children of Nephtali by their kindreds, the cities and their villages.
No more as now telleth the tale of these kindreds and Folks, but maketh an ending.
These are the sons of Benjamin by their kindreds, whose number was forty-five thousand six hundred.
So he went about from place to place, teaching the kindreds.
So in the city there will be peoples, kindreds, and tongues of many nations.
To all the kindreds he taught the things which each most needed to know.
kindred kin·dred (kĭn'drĭd)
A group of related persons, such as a clan or tribe.