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  • n. Plural form of nibling.


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  • I can't believe my "niblings" are growing up so fast!

    Radical Womanhood

  • Then, after lunch on a bench in the high street, we went to W H Smiths, where I was looking for art materials for my niblings.

    Voice Post:

  • Linnea met her only cousins and Rob his only niblings!

    Brief update

  • I have just enough money saved up to cover it, in the Baby Furnishings Fund, and yesterday the covers from my baby sister's Moses basket showed up; she had them at 12 days old, and they have been used by both my niblings since, and by a half-Swedish baby called Elva.

    On babies, bumps and birthing

  • It doesn't help that my mother always gave birth early, and Rob was 10 days early, and my niblings were early, but I may still be typical and go the full 40 weeks and 3 days that's apparently "average".


  • Because I'm on a family vacation now celebrating my Mom's 75th birthday with my siblings and niblings, I haven't had nearly as much time as I would like to check the news, the blogs or even the comments to our posts.



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  • Urban Dictionary has the definition for this -- a collective term for one's nieces and nephews. I first saw this in the book Family Words by Paul Dickson.

    December 2, 2006