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Families Category Domain Names For Sale

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buduk.com £14,000.00more...
dadsmart.co.uk£15000.00more...
ebigbro.com £20,000.00more...
ifamily.eu £29,000.00more...
ifamily.mobi£42,000.00 more...
kin.eu.com£40000.00more...
mhome.mobi£92,000.00 more...
mumsmart.co.uk £15000.00more...
mumsmart.com £55,000.00more...
mydad.mobi£122,000.00 more...
mymum.mobi£200,000.00 more...
mynano.mobi£1,000,000.00 more...
name2have.com£5,000.00more...
ownname.eu£44,000.00more...
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Family Category Information

Families Category Domain Names Information

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Definition of Family: A "Family" is a social group characterised by common residence, economic cooperation, and reproduction. Traditionally a family consists of two parents rearing their children; also : any of various social units differing from but regarded as equivalent to the traditional family, e.g.a single-parent family. A famly typically includes adults of both sexes, at least two of whom maintain a socially approved relationship, and one or more children, own or adopted, of the sexually cohabiting adults.

Family types might refer to:

  • matrifocal (A matrifocal family consists of a mother and her children)
  • consanguineal (A consanguineal family comes in various forms, but the most common subset consists of a mother and her children, and other people — usually the family of the mother)
  • conjugal (A conjugal family consists of one or more mothers and their children, and/or one or more fathers.)
  • parents and their children, considered as a group, whether dwelling together or not. 
  • the children of one person or one couple collectively: 
  •  the spouse and children of one person: 
  •  any group of persons closely related by blood, as parents, children, uncles, aunts, and cousins: to marry into a socially prominent family. 
  •  all those persons considered as descendants of a common progenitor. 
  •  Chiefly British. approved lineage, esp. noble, titled, famous, or wealthy ancestry: young men of family. 
  •  a group of persons who form a household under one head, including parents, children, and servants.
  •  the staff, or body of assistants, of an official: the office family. 
  •  a group of related things or people: the family of romantic poets; the halogen family of elements. 
  •  a group of people who are generally not blood relations but who share common attitudes, interests, or goals and, frequently, live together: Many hippie communes of the sixties regarded themselves as families. 
  •  a group of products or product models made by the same manufacturer or producer. 
  •  Biology. the usual major subdivision of an order or suborder in the classification of plants, animals, fungi, etc., usually consisting of several genera. 
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