Definition: Relating to, resulting from, or characterized by nepotism.
If you didn’t find that all too helpful, then nepotism (n): The showing of special favour or unfair preference to a relative in conferring a position, job, privilege, etc.; spec. such favour or preference shown to an illegitimate son by a pope or other high-ranking ecclesiastic.
Other: Interestingly, the first record of usage of the adjective according to the OED is 1883. How the hell did anyone get a job in 1882?
SNOOT score: 1
Source: Oxford English Dictionary