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he's a cousin on my mother's side

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  • cousin — [kuz′ən] n. [ME cosin < OFr < L consobrinus, orig., child of a mother s sister, also cousin, relation < com , with + sobrinus, cousin on the mother s side < base of soror, SISTER] 1. Obs. a collateral relative more distant than a… …   English World dictionary

  • Cousin — Cous in (k[u^]z n), n. [F. cousin, LL. cosinus, cusinus, contr. from L. consobrinus the child of a mother s sister, cousin; con + sobrinus a cousin by the mother s side, a form derived fr. soror (for sosor) sister. See {Sister}, and cf. {Cozen},… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Cousin — For other uses, see Cousin (disambiguation). Relationships …   Wikipedia

  • side — side1 [ saıd ] noun *** ▸ 1 area of larger area, etc. ▸ 2 surface/edge/left/right ▸ 3 aspect of situation etc. ▸ 4 position in argument ▸ 5 part of family ▸ 6 additional food ▸ 7 one of opposing groups ▸ 8 television channel ▸ 9 proud attitude ▸… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • side — I UK [saɪd] / US noun Word forms side : singular side plural sides *** 1) a) [countable] a particular area of something such as a building, street, or town side of: The railway ran along the north side of the valley. The bride s guests should sit …   English dictionary

  • side*/*/*/ — [saɪd] noun [C] I 1) either of the two parts or areas that something consists of Motorists in Japan drive on the left side of the road.[/ex] 2) a surface of an object or shape, especially one that is not its front, back, bottom, or top The ship… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • cousin — cous|in S3 [ˈkʌzən] n [Date: 1200 1300; : Old French; Origin: cosin, from Latin consobrinus, from com ( COM ) + sobrinus cousin on the mother s side (from soror sister )] 1.) the child of your ↑uncle or ↑aunt →↑ …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • cousin — (n.) mid 12c., from O.Fr. cosin (12c., Mod.Fr. cousin) nephew, kinsman, cousin, from L. consobrinus cousin, originally mother s sister s son, from com together (see COM (Cf. com )) + sobrinus (earlier *sosrinos) cousin on mother s side, from… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Cousin marriage — Charles Darwin and his wife Emma were first cousins. Cousin marriage is marriage between two cousins. In various jurisdictions and cultures, such marriages range from being considered ideal and actively encouraged, to being uncommon but still… …   Wikipedia

  • cousin — [13] The word cousin is etymologically related to sister. It comes via Old French cosin from Latin consobrīnus, which meant literally ‘child of one’s mother’s sister’ – that is, ‘cousin on one’s mother’s side’ (consobrīnus was a compound noun… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • cousin — [13] The word cousin is etymologically related to sister. It comes via Old French cosin from Latin consobrīnus, which meant literally ‘child of one’s mother’s sister’ – that is, ‘cousin on one’s mother’s side’ (consobrīnus was a compound noun… …   Word origins

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  • A Sea of Shields, Морган Райс. In A SEA OF SHIELDS (BOOK #10 IN THE SORCERER’S RING), Gwendolyn gives birth to her and Thorgrin’s child, amidst powerful omens. With a son born to them, Gwendolyn and Thorgrin’s lives are… Подробнее  Купить за 129 руб электронная книга


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