Definition of parentage:
giving birth, linage, transmission line, billet, ocellus, furrow, simple eye, farm animal, line, argument, logical argument, broth, extraction, communication channel, line of products, product line, nascence, lineage, line of reasoning, assembly line, descent, blood, caudex, telephone circuit, pipeline, kin, crease, argumentation, occupation, phone line, stock certificate, line of credit, course, fall, melodic phrase, stemma, nascency, personal credit line, channel, livestock, rake, inception, family, neckcloth, beginning, production line, declination, line of descent, origination, decline, railway line, credit line, birth, seam, birthing, paternity, note, nativity, declivity, inventory, tune, bank line, subscriber line, profligate, rip, line of business, melody, declension, crinkle, precede, strain, family, personal line of credit, business line, downslope, rail line, line of work, line of merchandise, gunstock, breed, root, dividing line, wrinkle, melodic line, air, stock, store, cable, ancestry, blood line, heredity, gillyflower, demarcation, birthing, agate line, rakehell, job, origin, fund, roue, pedigree, genealogy, parturition, contrast, short letter, filiation, bloodline, rootage, telephone line, parenthood, business, derivation, source.
She saw a slender girl, in a plain black frock, with a sensitive, pale face, luminous, sad, dark eyes, and a mass of dark, waving hair- Mary Isona, of Italian parentage, a little music teacher, whose only relation to the world Theodore Vellan lived in was professional.- "Grey Roses", Henry Harland.
- "The Tides of Barnegat", F. Hopkinson Smith.
- "The Man from Home", Booth Tarkington and Harry Leon Wilson.