Definitions for "Cousin"
One collaterally related more remotely than a brother or sister; especially, the son or daughter of an uncle or aunt.
In colonial times, it most often meant nephew or niece. In the broader context, it could also mean any familial relationship, blood or otherwise,( except father, mother, brother, sister), or the contemporary meaning of a child of one's aunt or uncle. Modern usage includes qualifiers such as first, second, third, and once removed, twice removed, etc. First cousin is what most people commonly call their cousins, that is an aunt's or uncle's child. Second cousin is a child of the first cousin, as is a first cousin once removed. Similarly, a first cousin twice removed and a third cousin denote the same member of the family--a first cousin's grandchild.
the child of your aunt or uncle
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).
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.
a freshman at Howard University majoring in pre-med biology in the honors program of the College of Arts and Sciences
a pilot with a commerical airline and my Dad is a private pilot, has a commercial licence and is a PPL instructor
A title formerly given by a king to a nobleman, particularly to those of the council. In English writs, etc., issued by the crown, it signifies any earl.
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".
a famous actor/singer married to an also famous actress/singer
Senses whose hyponyms bear a specific relation to each other.