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Kindred may refer to:
- A group of related persons, see Kinship
- Christopher Kindred (born 1966)
- Kindred McLeary (1901–1949), American architect, artist and educator
- Michal Kindred (born 1975), IFBB professional bodybuilder
- Philip K. Dick (Philip Kindred Dick, 1928–1982), American science fiction novelist, short story writer and essayist
- Sascha Kindred (born 1977), British swimmer
- Kindred Healthcare, one of the largest post-acute healthcare providers, based in Louisville, Kentucky.
- Kindred sinkware, based in Midland, Ontario, the leading brand of kitchen sinks in Canada, and various other markets around the world.
- Kindred (comics), four-issue comic book mini-series published by Wildstorm in 1994
- "Kindred" (Heroes), a 2007 second season episode of the NBC science fiction drama series
- Kindred (novel), 1979 novel by Octavia Butler
- Police Quest III: The Kindred, the third game in the Police Quest series of games by Sierra.
- The Kindred, a supernatural beast composed of various body parts from fallen soldiers in the American Revolution used by the heroes to combat the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse on Sleepy Hollow.
- Kindred: The Embraced, 1990s TV series loosely based on Vampire: The Masquerade
- Kindred, a group similar to the Amish in the X-Files episode "Gender Bender"
- The Kindred (film), 1987 horror film starring Kim Hunter, Rod Steiger, David Allen Brooks, and Amanda Pays
- The Kindred, a Canadian progressive metal band formerly known as Today I Caught the Plague
- Kindred, a 2011 album by Farpoint
- Kindred (EP), a 2012 EP by Burial
- Kindred, a 2015 album by Passion Pit.
- Kindred, North Dakota
- Kindred (Heathenism), local worship group in Ásatrú and some forms of Germanic neopaganism
- A 6-row malting barley variety
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