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- noun A child of one's aunt or uncle; a first cousin.
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- noun A first cousin. See Note under
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- noun A
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- noun the child of your aunt or uncle
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The countess Mathilda, grand duchess, his cousin-german, more powerful than himself in Italy, was his mortal enemy.
Philip Mordaunt, cousin-german to the celebrated earl of
His wife was a cousin-german of Anne Boleyn and a sister of Catherine
The aunt of the Countess Ida, who presided over her house during her minority, had foolishly allowed her to contract an attachment for her cousin-german, a penniless sub-lieutenant in one of the
He was a cousin-german of Henry VIII., and he was allied to two of
He has left all his landed estate, which is eight and twenty thousand pounds a-year, including the Bradford estate, which his brother had from that ancient family, to a cousin-german.
James I., his cousin-german, gave the title of Bothwell, as my comrades give me the nickname.
It was also said that she was some relation to the Marquis, but only a distant one a cousin, or cousin-german, or something of the sort.
To this angry message Theseus returned a very gentle answer, excusing himself that he could not deliver up Daedalus, who was nearly related to him, being his cousin-german, his mother being
Scipio Africanus, his cousin-german, and was by him named