intermarry with

intermarry with someone

[for members of a group] to marry into another group, race, or clan. Our people don't intermarry with people of that clan. They do not intermarry with other groups on purpose.
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In population it is a happy compromise, for Portuguese fathers wed Indian mothers, and their children intermarry with the Spanish.
He encouraged Europeans and Americans to settle in his islands and intermarry with his subjects.
To better understand the role of these forces in the Quebec context over about a century (1840-1940), we ask questions such as: How did other groups intermarry with French Canadians who then, as now, formed the majority in Quebec but a minority in Canada?
It was very surprising that this group apparently did not intermarry with non-Khoisan neighbours for thousands of years,' says Dr Hie Lim Kim, a research fellow on the project.
In a debate in 1858 ,Lincoln said: "I will say, then, that I am not, nor ever have been, in favour of bringing about in any way the social and political equality of the white and black races; that I am not, nor ever have been, in favour of making voters or jurors of negroes, nor of qualifying them to hold office, nor to intermarry with white people; and I will say, in addition to this, that there is a physical difference between the white and black races which I believe will forever forbid the two races living together on terms of social and political equality.
Freed from the confines of Eastern European Jewish life, American Jews looked less to Deuteronomy 7:1-3 ("You shall not intermarry with them: do not give your daughters to their sons or take their daughters away for your sons") and more toward a secular, pluralistic notion of marriage.
The Garifuna rarely intermarry with other ethnic groups and proudly protect their customs, language, and traditions.
Proponents of the diversity policy say these connections have always been a part of immigrants' lives, and that today's immigrants own their homes, intermarry with other Americans and are learning English at rates as high, or higher, than was true for earlier ethnic groups.
Over 15 generations the family would continue to intermarry with Welsh families.
On February 19, 1811, Mr Grieveson wrote: "I hereby declare that if my son William Grieveson shall at any time intermarry with Mary Lumley, then the whole remaining part of his share of the money shall, from the time of such marriage, cease and become forfeited.
First generation Italian workers settled in cities where they were more liable to find industrial jobs, to open small businesses and to intermarry with the French.
nor of making voters or jurors of them or qualifying them to hold office, nor to have them intermarry with White people .
The Herberts were the most ambitious crowd of Morgans, who wanted to intermarry with everyone.
They show that intermarriage rates vary by country of origin, with people born in Western European countries such as Germany and the Netherlands being more likely to intermarry with native-born Australians than people born in Southern European countries such as Greece and Italy.
In fact, they do like them, enough to want to intermarry with them, and for this practical reason they set up social barriers.