marry-in

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marry-in (plural marry-ins)

  1. (genetics) A person who is on a family tree because he has married someone on the tree, and is not related by blood to anyone on the tree except his own descendants.
  2. A protest where many people marry, as in protest of a law that forbids such marriages.