Classification order Hominidae;
< Human being, of the genus homo ~s ~s,
a single species, Modern Man [Cro-Magnon Man] emerging (app.) 40,000 yrs. ago, evolved from ape like ancestors of about 26 million yrs. before, distunguished from other primates by superior mental development; [facilitating complex oral language, and the ability to modify or create environments] upright posture; [involving considerable modification of skeleton and muscles] sparce body hair, etc.
Ancestral stock, family; one's relatives; kith and ~, orig., country and ~sfolk; later, friends and relatives: of ~, akin, related by blood ties or character; next of ~, person nearest of kin (to).
¹Covered space for walking in partly open at site, portico, colonnade; balcony; long narrow passage in thinkness of wall or supported on corbels, open towards interior of building.
²Platform projecting from inner wall of church, hall, etc., providing extra room for spectators etc.; highest of such balconies in theatre, containing cheapest seats (ill.THEATRE); persons seated there, least refined part of audience; play to the ~, appeal to lower taste.
³Long narrow room, passage, corridor; room or building used for showing works of art.
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