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A kinsman is a male relative (see kinship).
The term kinsman (or plural kinsmen) may also refer to:
Places in the United States
- Kinsman, Illinois
- Kinsman, Ohio
- Kinsman Township, Trumbull County, Ohio
- Kinsman Mountain, in the White Mountains of New Hampshire
- Kinsman Notch, a mountain pass in New Hampshire
- Brent Kinsman, American child actor
- Frederick Joseph Kinsman, American clergyman
- Gary Kinsman, Canadian sociologist
- Jeremy Kinsman, Canadian diplomat
- Shane Kinsman, American child actor
- Thomas James Kinsman, U.S. Army soldier awarded the Medal of Honor
- Paul Kinsman, Canadian musician and broadcaster
- Kin Canada, a Canadian non-profit service organization also known as Kinsmen and Kinette Clubs
- Kinsmen Field House, a multi-purpose sport and recreation facility
- Kinsmen Stadium, the home of the Oshawa Dodgers
- USS Kinsman (1854), a Union Navy gunboat during the American Civil War
- USS Colonel Kinsman (1862), a gunboat captured by the Union Army during the American Civil War
- Chet Kinsman, protagonist in a series of books by Ben Bova, including the novels "Kinsman" and "The Kinsman Saga"
- Kinsmen (2008), a jazz and Carnatic music album on Pi Recordings by saxophonists Rudresh Mahanthappa & Kadri Gopalnath
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