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A superfamily refers to different concepts in different scientific fields:

In biology


  • Superfamily in comparative linguistics, another term for "macrofamily"
  • Font superfamily, a large typographic family containing fonts from several classifications
  • Superfamily (band), a Norwegian pop band
  • The collective group of super beings from Krypton, and certain others, from DC Comics, often referred to as the "Super Family" as allies of Superman
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