The villages of the Ebionites are split into two groups. One group is mostly Jewish with a few Gentiles. The other is mostly Gentiles with a few Jews. Since only the jewish Ebionites can become temporary Nazirites there are many more of them than gentile Nazirites. The smallest social unit is the family. The head of family owns everything in the family, and all the rest of the family, regardless of their actual relationship to the head of the family are considered to be children of the head of family. The head of family, called mother or father, is the highest ranked Nazirite, and within that rank, the oldest. Thus a Nazirite of the Yellow, even if ten years old would be the father or mother of the family even if there were a 90 year old Nazirite of the Blue. Not likely but possible.
For those who have committed crimes and who do not wish to pay the penalty and accept reconciliation with the community, there are villages of refuge and exile. A mark goes on their forehead which identifies the crime and should they leave the village of refuge no one will have anything to do with them.((Blavatsky seems to have identified the Mandaeans with the Ebionites. They were certainly anti-Christian and seemed to be the successors of the followers of John the Baptist. Their Healer Baptizers were all wiped out in a plague of Cholera in the early 1800s. That effectively put an end to them as a functioning religion. At that time there were about 30,000 of them. By the 1950s there were only a few thousand left in Iraq and by the time of the Gulf war a few hundred. I don't know if there are any left in Iran. Of course there are both Ebionites and Mandaeans online, but any relationship to the real thing is problematical.))