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cousin–german

noun cous·in–ger·man \ˌkə-zən-ˈjər-mən\
plural cous·ins–ger·man \-zənz-\

Definition of COUSIN-GERMAN

:  cousin 1a

Origin of COUSIN-GERMAN

Middle English cosin germain, from Middle French, from Old French, from cosin + germain german
First Known Use: 14th century

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