If you believe that advice and relatives are inseparable, the etymology of kindred will prove you right. Kindred comes from a combination of kin and the Old English word ræden ("condition"), which itself comes from the verb rædan, meaning "to advise." Kindred entered English as a noun first during the Middle Ages. That noun, which can refer to a group of related individuals or to one's own relatives, gave rise to the adjective kindred in the 14th century.
The name Kindred Reserve was chosen for its meaning and representation of the park. The word Kindred has strong ties to family, kin, tribe, or clan. The word reserve in this context is tied to the idea of a natural space that is full of kindred spirit, or family.
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