Latin Edit

Etymology Edit

From con- +‎ sobrīnus.

Pronunciation Edit

Noun Edit

cōnsobrīnus m (genitive cōnsobrīnī, feminine cōnsobrīna); second declension

  1. a first cousin, cousin-german
  2. a maternal male cousin; the child of a mother's brother
  3. a relation

Usage notes Edit

This term is most often encountered in the plural form cōnsobrīnī, referring to all the cousins of either gender.

Declension Edit

Second-declension noun.

Case Singular Plural
Nominative cōnsobrīnus cōnsobrīnī
Genitive cōnsobrīnī cōnsobrīnōrum
Dative cōnsobrīnō cōnsobrīnīs
Accusative cōnsobrīnum cōnsobrīnōs
Ablative cōnsobrīnō cōnsobrīnīs
Vocative cōnsobrīne cōnsobrīnī

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