In Korunnai society, a Ghôsh was essentially a tribe or family. One such example was Ghôsh Windu, the tribe to which Mace Windu belonged. Another was Ghôsh Rostu. Members of the same ghôsh were referred to as Dôshalo. If a child's parents were killed before their naming day, the child would become a nidôsh, or clan child, and take the clan's name as his own.