cousin



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Language Phrase [Transliteration]
French cousin (m.)/cousine (f.)
German Kusine
Italian cugino
Brazilian Portuguese primo(a)
Spanish el(la) primo(a)
Arabic ابن العم(ة)/الخال(ة) [ibn alxamm(ah)/alkhaal(ah)]
Chinese 表亲 [biǎoqīn]
Japanese いとこ [itoko]
Korean 사촌 [sach*on]
Greek ξάδερφος/ξαδέρφη [KSA-dher-phos/ksa-DHER-phee(m/f)]
Hebrew בן דוד/בת דוד [ben dod/bat dod]
Russian двоюродный брат, кузен / двоюродная сестра, кузина [dvoyurodnyi brat, kuzen / dvoyurodnaya sestra, kuzena]
Dutch neef
Polish kuzyn

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