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patrilocal

residence of a married couple with husband's kin. Often this specifically means with the husband's father, but not always, so the synonym virilocal is often used to distance it from PATRILINEAL DESCENT.
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In Chang's case, the fact that she is not living patrilocally and has a close relationship with her husband has greatly facilitated Chang's decision to pursue work as a dance hall hostess.
The residents of Amakiri live patrilocally, that is, with or around the husband's male relatives.
Since early humans lived in small groups that were patrilocally organized, members of these bands would have tended to be related and formed strong ties.
Nauti village is in growth mode such that at least seven daughters who married between 1960 and 1980 brought their husbands to Nauti and raised their families patrilocally.
Their homes tend to be located in compounds around a central cattle kraal and are often grouped patrilocally.