Cousin (disambiguation)

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Cousin may refer to:

  • Cousin, the child of one's aunt or uncle or any relative who shares a common ancestor
  • Cousin Island, a small granitic island of the Seychelles
  • Cousin, cousine, a 1976 French language film which tells the story of cousins-by-marriage who have an affair
  • Cousin prime, a pair of prime numbers that differ by four
  • Cousin problems, two math questions in several complex variables, concerning the existence of meromorphic functions
  • Protolampra sobrina, a noctuid moth known as "Cousin German" in Britain

Specific "cousins" include:

  • Cousin Bette (La Cousine Bette), an 1846 novel by Honoré de Balzac that was made into a 1998 movie starring Jessica Lange
  • Cousin Brucie, a nickname for radio personality Bruce Morrow
  • Cousin Creep, an Australian known for his involvement in Melbourne alternative and independent music scenes
  • Cousin Dupree, a song by Steely Dan from their 2000 Album Two Against Nature
  • Cousin Elmer. an independent professional wrestler
  • Cousin Henry, a novel by Anthony Trollope in 1879
  • Cousin Joe, a blues and jazz singer born in 1907
  • Cousin Itt, a member of the fictional Addams Family in the 1964 television series
  • Cousin Oliver, a metaphor to denote the decision to add a cute child actor to the cast of a television program to improve its ratings
  • Cousin Skeeter, a comedy television show which ran on Nickelodeon from 1998 to 2001
  • Cousin Tuny, an American radio personality who was popular in the 1960s

People actually named Cousin include:

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