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Cousin- Definition:

cous·in [kúzz’n] (plural cous·ins) noun 1. uncle’s or aunt’s child: a child of somebody’s uncle or aunt 2. distant relative: somebody to whom somebody else is related through the brother or sister of a grandparent, great-grandparent, or an even older ancestor 3. somebody with much in common: somebody with whom another feels connected because of similar ancestry, ethnic background, or interests our Canadian cousins 4. related thing: something that is similar to or connected with something else The new idea is a cousin of chaos theory. 5. term of address between sovereigns: used by European sovereigns as a term of address for another sovereign or a member of a royal family [13th century. Via French < Latin consobrinus "mother's sister's child" < sobrinus "maternal cousin"]