a son of your brother or sister
A son of one's sibling, brother-in-law, or sister-in-law; either a son of one's brother (fraternal nephew) or a son of one's sister (sororal nephew).
Origin: From nevew, neveu, from neveu, from nepotem, accusative of nepos, from nepot-. Cognate with nefa. More at neve.
a grandson or grandchild, or remoter lineal descendant
the son of a brother or a sister, or of a brother-in-law or sister-in-law
Origin: [OE. neveu, nevou, nevu, fr. F. neveu, OF. also, nevou, L. nepos; akin to AS. nefa, D. neef, G. neffe, OHG. nevo, Icel. nefi a kinsman, Gr. ne`podes, pl., brood, young, Skr. nept grandson, descendant. 262. Cf. Niece, Nepotism.]
Nephew is a Danish rock band, formed in 1996, in Århus. They had their breakthrough in 2004 with the release of their second album USADSB. The release coincided with lead singer Simon Kvamm's highly successful appearances on Danish television in the cult comedy show Drengene fra Angora, which helped boost the band's popularity. USADSB went double platinum in Denmark and spawned six hit singles. The band uses an unusual mixture of Danish and English in their lyrics; they started singing mostly in English with just a few Danish lyrics, but gradually, they have been using Danish more frequently in their songs. The band considers Depeche Mode as one of its major influences.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
nev′ū, or nef′ū, n. the son of a brother or sister: (orig.) a grandson (so in New Test.):—fem. Niece. [O. Fr. neveu—L. nepos, nepotis, grandson, nephew; A.S. nefa, Ger. neffe, nephew.]
The numerical value of nephew in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of nephew in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Two of my nephews and wives were shot, and I guess another nephew was the shooter.
The Yantis family feel excessive force was used not only on the father but on the wife and nephew. She has stated she was threatened and her nephew threatened.
I am glad I can show the African-American community this is what you are doing to your son, this is what you are doing to your nephew, this is what you are doing to the kid down the street.
I'm glad that I can show the African-American community that this is what you're doing to your son, this is what you're doing to your nephew, this is what you're doing to the kid down the street.
I feel guilty, first of all, the situation was difficult, more than you can imagine. How can your nephew be taken from your hand? How can you face your brother or your uncle? What would you tell them?
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Translations for nephew
From our Multilingual Translation Dictionary
- [[اِبْنُ]] [[أَخٍ]], [[اِبْنُ]] [[أُخْتٍ]]Arabic
- nebotCatalan, Valencian
- õepoeg, vennapoegEstonian
- veljenpoika, sisarenpoikaFinnish
- bróðursonur, systursonurFaroese
- mac-peathar, mac-bràthairScottish Gaelic
- քրոջ որդի, եղբորորդիArmenian
- kemenakan, misan, keponakanIndonesian
- systursonur, bróðursonurIcelandic
- soraluaqKalaallisut, Greenlandic
- [[filius]] [[fratris]], [[filius]] [[sororis]], neposLatin
- irāmutu, tamaiti whakaangiMāori
- се́стричник, бра́танецMacedonian
- anak saudara, anak saudara lelakiMalay
- bratanek, siostrzeniecPolish
- neav, nev, neivRomansh
- nepode, nepote, nabode, nebode, nebodiSardinian
- oappábárdni, vieljabárdniNorthern Sami
- братанас, нећак, bratanac, sinovac, синовац, sestrić, сестрић, nećakSerbo-Croatian
- systerson, brorson, nevöSwedish
- blodanef, sörason, blodahinef, blodacil, blodason, blodahicil, hinef, sörahinef, sörahicil, nef, söranef, söracilVolapük
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