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Definition by Wiktionary (Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License)

(1792-1867)

cousincous"in, n. allied; akin. [obs.]cousin cous"in (kŭz"'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 (forsosor) sister. see sister, and cf. cozen, coz.] 1. one collaterally related more remotely than a brother or sister; especially, the son or daughter of an uncle or aunt.note: the children of brothers and sisters are usually denominated first cousins, or cousins-german. in the second generation, they are called second cousins. see cater-cousin, and quater-cousin. thou art, great lord, my father's sister's son, a cousin-german to great priam's seed. 2. a title formerly given by a king to a nobleman, particularly to those of the council. in english writs, etc., issued by the crown, it signifies any earl. my noble lords and cousins, all, good morrow.   similar words(6) 

 country cousin  second cousin  cater-cousin  quater-cousin  kissing cousin  cousin-german 

(n.)

One collaterally related more remotely than a brother or sister; especially, the son or daughter of an uncle or aunt.  

(n.)

Allied; akin.  

(n.)

A title formerly given by a king to a nobleman, particularly to those of the council. In english writs, etc., issued by the crown, it signifies any earl.  

Noun1. the child of your aunt or uncle (synonym) first cousin, cousin-german, full cousin (hypernym) relative, relation

vg., brathair, fear gaoilfirst cousins: clann na beirte (dearbhráthar, etc.)

Cefnder, Cefnderw, dyrw = n. first cousin

Cyfnai = n. a third cousin

Cyfnither = n. a female cousin

Cyfyrder = n. second cousin

Ysgiw = n. a screen, a settle; a third cousin

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1. dozen; 2. person, sometimes a relative, from the country

n. lor - mother's brother's child or father's sister's childn. tey' - mother's sister's child or father's brother's childn. vin (pl.)n. lorbe' - female cousin, mother's brother's daughter or father's sister's daughtern. tey'be' - female cousin, mother's sister's daughter or father's brother's daughtern. tey'loD - mother's sister's son or father's brother's sonn. lorloD - mother's brother's son or father's sister's sonn. yur - distant cousin

A cousin in English kinship terminology is a relative with whom one shares a common grandparent or more distant ancestor, and who is not in one's own line of descent. the term cousin never applies where there are other specific terms to describe relationships.

dreaming of one's cousin, denotes disappointments and afflictions. saddened lives are predicted by this dream. To dream of an affectionate correspondence with one's cousin, denotes a fatal rupture between families.  

1. the son or daughter of ones uncle or aunt 2. A collateral relative more distant than a brother or sister, but descended from a common ancestor

Common misspellings

    • ccousin
    • sousin
    • csousin
    • scousin
    • kousin
    • kkousin
    • ckousin
    • kcousin
    • chousin
    • hcousin
    • ousin
    • cousiin
    • cousien
    • cousein
    • cousain
    • cousian
    • couseen
    • cousen
    • cousn
    • cousimm
    • cousim
    • cousinm
    • cousimn
    • cousinn
    • cousi
    • coousin
    • cohusin
    • cusin
    • coussin
    • coucin
    • couccin
    • couesin
    • coushin
    • coupsin
    • couschin
    • couin
    • couusin
    • coysin
    • coyusin
    • couysin
    • coyysin
    • cosin

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Typos

  • xousin
  • sousin
  • dousin
  • fousin
  • vousin
  • ousin
  • cousun
  • cousjn
  • couskn
  • cousln
  • couson
  • cousn
  • cousib
  • cousig
  • cousih
  • cousij
  • cousim
  • cousi
  • ciusin
  • ckusin
  • clusin
  • cpusin
  • cusin
  • couain
  • couzin
  • couxin
  • coucin
  • coudin
  • couein
  • couwin
  • couqin
  • couin
  • coysin
  • cohsin
  • cojsin
  • coksin
  • coisin
  • cosin

Anagrams

  • cosinu
  • cuinso
  • couins
  • cisuon
  • cinuso
  • cuonis
  • csnuoi
  • cisnou
  • cousni
  • conuis
  • cunsoi
  • csuino
  • conius
  • cosniu
  • cionus
  • csouin
  • cinsou
  • cnusoi
  • ciuons
  • cosuni
  • csnoiu
  • csniuo
  • csoniu
  • cisonu
  • csioun
  • cuonsi
  • cnsoiu
  • coiusn
  • cnusio
  • cnosui
  • cnuosi
  • consui
  • cnosiu
  • ciouns
  • cuosin
  • csiuno
  • csnoui
  • cosuin
  • cnuois
  • ciuson
  • cuniso
  • cnsoui
  • cusoin
  • ciousn
  • cnoisu
  • csuoin
  • ciunos
  • cinous
  • csinuo
  • cousin
  • coinsu
  • cosnui
  • csoinu
  • cuoisn
  • cionsu
  • coiuns
  • counsi
  • cinuos
  • cunios
  • csouni
  • csoiun
  • csiuon
  • csunio
  • coinus
  • cunois
  • cusnoi
  • ciunso
  • csinou
  • cuions
  • cnuios
  • cuosni
  • ciuosn
  • conusi
  • cnousi
  • cisoun
  • cusoni
  • counis
  • cisnuo
  • coisun
  • cuinos
  • couisn
  • csniou
  • cunsio
  • cnuiso
  • cusnio
  • coisnu
  • cuisno
  • consiu
  • cnouis
  • ciosun
  • ciusno
  • csonui
  • cuoins
  • cuison
  • cusion
  • csnuio
  • cinsuo
  • csuion
  • csunoi
  • cusino
  • cosiun
  • cunosi
  • ciosnu
  • cisuno
  • cinosu
  • csuoni
  • conisu
  • csionu
  • cnoius
  • cuiosn

Word analysis of cousin

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Vocalscousin
Consonantscousin
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