cousin

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  • noun

Synonyms for cousin

the child of your aunt or uncle

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To that background risk, first cousins must add another 1.
First cousins Zak Evans and Abigail Pountain became the first children in Middlesbrough to have a civil naming ceremony.
A trip to California had them visiting paternal first cousins who had moved from Lawrence prior to WWII.
It found that 1,130 (20 per cent) of Emiratis married their first cousins, 294 (five per cent) married their second cousins and 494 (seven per cent) married distant cousins.
Sargodha -- Tow accused shot dead their first cousins on the suspicious of illicit relations and fled away from the scene.
He said that a general belief that first cousin marriages lead to negative genetic outcomes was wrong and a large majority of children born to first cousins are healthy.
At least half of all Gulf Arab marriages are between cousins, with at least 35 percent of Qatari marriages between first cousins, according to current research by the Centre for Arab Genomic Studies based in Dubai.
Her parents are first cousins as are her grandparents.
RANBIR Kapoor and Kareena Kapoor are the reigning hot stars in tinsel town, but being first cousins, they can't be cast together in love stories.
It is estimated that up to 20 percent of marriages worldwide today are between first cousins, Dr.
It is estimated that up to 20 per cent of marriages worldwide today are between first cousins, said Teebi.
This reaction encouraged me to play anthropologist by pointing out that, in some societies, the most preferred marriages are between first cousins.
The son of first cousins, French artist Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec suffered from an inherited form of skeletal dysplasia that left the artist with short legs and weak bones.
Arranged marriages, often to first cousins, have been blamed.