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  1. Agnatic seniority is a patrilineal principle of inheritance where the order of succession to the throne prefers the monarch's younger brother over the monarch's own sons. A monarch's children (the next generation) succeed only after the males of the elder generation have all been exhausted.

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    16 de ene. de 2023 · agnatic ( comparative more agnatic, superlative most agnatic ) Men accuse agnates of their own generation of bewitching them. Full brothers are not often suspected although half-brothers may be accused of witchcraft and agnatic cousins and more distant members of a man's minimal lineage are not unusual suspects.

  3. Agnatic succession. Patrilineal or agnatic succession gives priority to or restricts inheritance of a throne or fief to heirs, male or female, descended from the original title holder through males only. Traditionally, agnatic succession is applied in determining the names and membership of European dynasties.

  4. 1 Derecho. Que pertenece o concierne a la agnación (relación de un pariente con otro por línea paterna exclusivamente. Vínculo familiar y tipo de sucesión que se basa en la misma ascendencia o sangre, trazada solo de varón en varón). Hiperónimos: afín, consanguíneo. Relacionados: agnado, cognación, parentesco, paternidad. 2

  5. La agnación o parentesco agnaticio, en Derecho romano, es el parentesco jurídico que se fundamenta en la potestad del pater familias y no supone, necesariamente, relación de sangre. Así, los agnados son aquellas personas que están sometidas a la potestad del pater o que lo estarían si viviese todavía el pater familias.

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  6. In most contexts, it means the inheritance of the firstborn son (agnatic primogeniture); it can also mean by the firstborn daughter (matrilineal primogeniture). Description [ edit ] The common definition given is also known as male-line primogeniture, the classical form popular in European jurisdictions among others until into the 20th century.