PRONUNCIATION: (kon-sang-GWIN-ee-uhs)

MEANING: adjective: Related by blood; having a common ancestor.

ETYMOLOGY: From Latin consanguineus, from con- (with) + sanguineus (bloody), from sanguis (blood). Earliest documented use: 1616.

CON SANGUINE BUS - brings prisoners back from their Anger Management sessions

CONAN GUINEOUS - Night-show host O'Brien acted like Obiwan Kenobi (or the British Colonel at the River Kwai)

CONS AN' QUINEOUS - fake COVID-19 cure is actually good for malaria