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Kinship Systems and Terminology in your Con-stuff
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? masako la capitan
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My system for Kala is rather boring/bland:

ntaha - ancestor; elder
nta'i - baby; infant
ntaya - spouse
tlika - clan; family; kin
tsonta - teenager
ntaku [-ku] - sibling
ntahi [-hi] - child; offspring
ntahue [-hue] - sibling's child [nibling]
ntahya [-hya] - grandchild
ntaue [-ue] - cousin
nata [nta] - family member; relative
naka [na] - woman; feminine [fem]
hyanta [hya-] - grandparent
tlaka [ta] - man; masculine [masc]
tlaya [-ya] - marry; in-law; wed
onta [o-] - adult; parent
uenta [ue-] - parent's sibling


But, if you look here: http://faculty.washington.edu/stevehar/diagram.pdf | http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Kinship_systems# you can see that there are a myriad of ways to go about it.