Top Definition
Your friends and family, respectively. The phrase dated back to the 1300 and originally meant "fellow country men" and "family members". It gradually has taken on a different meaning which we know today.

It is not a phrase that most people use nowadays, expect for Asatruar, as Kith and Kin is imporant in Asatru.
The mead horn is again passed, as praise, stories, and boasts are exchanged. Those assembled forge bonds of kith and kin with each other, deepening friendships and family relations with this holy sharing.
by OneBadAsp November 02, 2006

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