Definitions

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  • n. Obsolete form of nephew.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. Nephew.

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Examples

  • I was clapped in here by a rascally nevew as wishes to enjoy my wealth afore I'm dead. '

    The Story of a Bad Boy

  • 'When your nevew that you recommended for a teacher had done this to my pa and jumped upon his body with his feet and also langwedge which

    Nicholas Nickleby

  • In the morning the husband looks uppon his wife, the Brother his sister, the cozen the cozen, the Oncle the nevew, that weare for the most part found deade.

    Voyages of Peter Esprit Radisson

  • I'm soglad you got this wondewful fuwwevew home. .it's a wondewful one. and you'll nevew be cold ow hungwya gain

    Alasandra, The Cats & A Dog

  • _nevew_ (French _neveu_) insted ov _nephew_, hwich iz both

    Chips From A German Workshop, Vol. V. Miscellaneous Later Essays

  • ‘When your nevew that you recommended for a teacher had done this to my pa and jumped upon his body with his feet and also langwedge which I will not pollewt my pen with describing, he assaulted my ma with dreadful violence, dashed her to the earth, and drove her back comb several inches into her head.

    Nicholas Nickleby

  • "He's gi'en 'em to his nevew, and I'm a-wheelin 'of 'em home for him.

    Aunt Rachel

  • "He vas my nevew, Robert Glendenning" (she pronounced it however Robare

    Sara, a Princess

  • In the morning the husband looks upon his wife, the Brother his sister, the cozen the cozen, the Oncle the nevew, that weare for the most part found dead. "

    French Pathfinders in North America

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