cousin

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{i} kuzen

Eğer doğru olarak hatırlıyorsam, onlar kuzenler. - They are cousins, if I remember rightly.

Tom ve kuzeni birlikte işe gitti. - Tom and his cousin went into business together.

dayı oğlu
{i} teyze çocuğu
{i} kuzin
{i} dayı oğlu/kızı; teyze oğlu/kızı; amca oğlu/kızı; hala oğlu/kızı; kuzen; kuzin
akraba

Maymunlar bizim kuzenlerimiz ve primat akrabalarımızdır. - Apes are our cousins and primate relatives.

hala kızı
teyze oğlu/kızı
amca kızı
amca oğlu
dayı oğlu/kızı
hala oğlu
kuze
amcazade
cousin german
öz kuzen
cousin (female)
kuzeni (kadın)
cousin (male)
kuzeni (erkek)
country cousin
taşralı akraba
country cousin
{i} köylü akraba
country cousin
{i} taşralı kimse
first cousin
ilk kuzen

İlk kuzenler evlilik için çok yakındırlar. - First cousins are too close for marriage.

Tom Mary'nin ilk kuzenidir - Tom is Mary's first cousin.

cousins
kuzenler

Eğer doğru olarak hatırlıyorsam, onlar kuzenler. - They are cousins, if I remember rightly.

Kuzenlerim arasında, bilirsiniz, en iri göğüsleri olan bir kız var. - Among my cousins, you know, there's a girl with the most enormous breasts.

cousins
kuzenleri
cross cousin
çapraz kuzen
my cousin
Kuzenimin
a first cousin once removed
kardeş torunu
cater cousin
(Kanun) dördüncü derecede kuzen
cater cousin
(Kanun) uzak bir akraba
cousinly
kuzen gibi
first cousin
amca çocuğu
first cousin
teyze çocuğu
german cousin
amca vs
german cousin
teyze çocuğu
german cousin
amca çocuğu
german cousin
kuzen
german cousin
çocukları
paternal cousin
amca çocuğu
quarter cousin
(Kanun) dördüncü derecede kuzen
quarter cousin
(Kanun) çok uzak akraba
second cousin
kardeş torunu

Tom ve Mary kardeş torunu. - Tom and Mary are second cousins.

الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Any relation who is not a direct ancestor or descendant; one more distantly related than an uncle, aunt, granduncle, grandaunt, nephew, niece, grandnephew, grandniece, etc
The son or daughter of a person’s uncle or aunt; a first cousin
{i} son or daughter of one's aunt or uncle
The son or daughter of a person's uncle or aunt
the child of your aunt or uncle
Your cousin is the child of your uncle or aunt. My cousin Mark helped me We are cousins. see also country cousin, second cousin
child of an aunt or uncle; in earlier times a kinsman, close relative, or friend
{n} a relation at a distance, especially the child of an uncle or aunt
One chain letter is the cousin of another if they are both members of some clade under discussion, but are members of different major sub-clades Usually the letters are understood to circulate at about the same time
Someone who has some autistic spectrum characteristics to the extent that he/she can identify with autistics even if he or she does not have a formal diagnosis People with Schizoid Personality Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Tourette Syndrome (TS), and sometimes Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD/ADHD), are considered cousins See also: Autistics and Cousins (AC)
issued by the crown, it signifies any earl
Person with whom one has ancestors in common
Allied; akin
Usually the term used to describe the anchor player on a team that had a chance to "stick" a teammate with a beer frame, but did not strike The anchor is said to be a "cousin" of the other player Also, the name of the pin that is hidden in a spare cluster; i e , the 8 in the 2-8, or the 9 in the 3-9; a "sleeper"
Any relation who is not a direct ancestor or descendant; one more distantly related than an aunt, uncle, niece, nephew, etc
In colonial usage, it most often meant nephew or niece In the broadest sense, it could also mean any familial relationship, blood or otherwise (except mother, father, sister, or brother), or the modern-day meaning of a child of one's aunt or uncle Modern usage includes qualifiers such as first, second, third, once removed, twice removed, etc
One collaterally related more remotely than a brother or sister; especially, the son or daughter of an uncle or aunt
A title formerly given by a king to a nobleman, particularly to those of the council
A relative descended from a common ancestor, but not a brother or sister
Today, this word means the children of your aunts or uncles Modern usage indicates the degree of the relationship through first cousin, second cousin, first cousin once removed, etc First cousin is a child of an aunt or uncle Second cousin is the child of a first cousin a first cousin once removed also happens to be your second cousin The term cousin includes all of them In the broadest sense, it could also mean any familial relationship, blood or otherwise (except mother, father, sister or brother) In U S colonial times, a cousin could be any nephew, niece or the definition described above It could also be a spouse of a nephew, niece, or the definition described above
In English writs, etc
cous
cousin brother
A male first cousin

I was just recovering from the death of my close cousin brother, says Patil.

cousin brothers
plural form of cousin brother
cousin prime
Either of a pair of prime numbers that differ by four
cousin sister
A female first cousin

Welfare Ministry Secretary Upali Dahanayake, his elderly father, daughter, and a cousin sister died on the spot in a tragic accident in Mahiyangana yesterday.

cousin sisters
plural form of cousin sister
cousin-brother
Alternative spelling of cousin brother
cousin-german
first cousin
cousin-in-law
Wife of the cousin of one's wife
cousin-in-law
Husband of the cousin of one's husband
cousin-in-law
Sister of one's cousin's husband
cousin-in-law
Wife of the cousin of one's husband
cousin-in-law
Husband of the cousin of one's wife
cousin-in-law
Wife of one's cousin
cousin-in-law
Cousin of one's wife
cousin-in-law
Cousin of one's husband
cousin-in-law
Husband of one's cousin
cousin-in-law
Brother of one's cousin's husband
cousin-sister
Alternative spelling of cousin sister
country cousin
{i} rural person who is not sophisticated, person from the country who is unsophisticated
country cousin
If you refer to someone as a country cousin, you think that they are unsophisticated because they come from the country. A person with the unsophisticated or ingenuous manners associated with the country by city dwellers. someone who does not have a lot of experience and is confused by busy city life
country cousin
A relative from the country visiting the city and unfamiliar with city manners and sights
cater-cousin
A close or good friend
cater-cousin
A person treated as a cousin who is not a blood relation
cater-cousin
A distant relation
cousin.
baker's dozen
cousinhood
The state or quality of being a cousin
cousinly
Characteristic of, or suitable to, a cousin
cross-cousin
The relationship between two cousins or two groups of cousins whose parents are brother and sister, respectively
double cousin
A cousin who is related on both sides of a family. A relative with four common grandparents
everybody and his cousin
everybody; a huge crowd; too many people

Everybody and his cousin will be in line for opening night with free popcorn!.

first cousin
A child of a parent's sibling. A nephew or niece of a parent
first cousin
A person who shares common grandparents but not common parents
first cousin once removed
A first cousin's child
first cousin once removed
A parent's first cousin
first cousin twice removed
cousin of someone’s grandfather or grandmother
first cousin twice removed
son or daughter of someone’s first cousin once removed
first cousin twice removed
grandson or granddaughter of someone’s first cousin
fourth cousin
Any of a number of people who have a common great, great, great-grandparent
full cousin
A first cousin
half cousin
The son or daughter of one's half-uncle or half-aunt
half-cousin
The child of one's parent's half-sibling
kissing cousin
A similar or related thing

Silicon is a “kissing cousin” of carbon. Notice it immediately below carbon in the Periodic Table. The arrangement of silicon’s outer electrons resembles those of carbon. For this reason, silicon and carbon are chemically similar.

kissing cousin
A relatively distant relative who is familiar enough to be greeted with a kiss
maternal cousin
A child of one's mother's sibling
maternal cousin
A more distant relative of one's mother who is not a direct ancestor
paternal cousin
A more distant relative of one's father who is not a direct ancestor
paternal cousin
A child of one's father's sibling
second cousin
A person who shares common great-grandparents, but grandparents and parents are different
second cousin
A child of a parent's first cousin
second cousin
A grandchild of a grandparent's sibling. A grandnephew or grandniece of a grandparent
second cousin once removed
Second cousin of one’s father or mother
second cousin once removed
Son or daughter of one’s second cousin
ship's cousin
an esteemed or preferred passenger aboard ship

You're a ship's cousin, I tell ye, Master Doo-but-little, roared the steward; some such matter as a ship's cousin, sir...

step-cousin
The son or daughter of someone's step-uncle or step-aunt
step-cousin
The stepson or stepdaughter of someone's uncle or aunt
third cousin
A person whose closest common ancestor with another person is a great-great-grandparent
kissing cousin
someone you are not closely related to, but whom you know well
Scotch cousin
distant relative
cater cousin
{i} dear friend, intimate friend; (Archaic) cousin; distant relative, quater-cousin
cousinhood
{i} relationship between cousins
cousinhood
The state or condition of a cousin; also, the collective body of cousins; kinsfolk
cousinly
like or befitting a cousin; "a cousinly kiss"
cousinly
like or befitting a cousin; "a cousinly kiss
cousinly
Like or becoming a cousin
cousins
plural of cousin
cross cousin
A cousin who is the child of the brother of one's mother or the sister of one's father
first cousin
child of one's uncle or aunt
first cousin
Someone's first cousin is the same as their cousin. Compare second cousin. a child of your aunt or uncle = cousin
kissing cousin
a more or less distant relative; familiar enough to be greeted with a kiss
parallel cousin
A cousin who is the child of one's mother's sister or one's father's brother
quater-cousin
{i} cater cousin, distant relative, remote cousin within 1st four degrees of kindred
second cousin
child of ones' parent's cousin
second cousin
Your second cousins are the children of your parents' first cousins. Compare first cousin. a child of a cousin of one of your parents
second cousin
a child of a first cousin
cousin

    الواصلة

    cous·in

    التركية النطق

    kʌzın

    المترادفات

    first cousin

    النطق

    /ˈkəzən/ /ˈkʌzən/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'k&-z&n ] (noun.) 13th century. From Old French cosin, from Latin consobrinus, from com- + sobrinus

    فيديوهات

    ... You know, "My aunt told me that her cousin found this water hole ...

    كلمة اليوم

    amative
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