Nevew

Nev´ew

    (nĕv´ũ)
n.1.Nephew.
References in classic literature ?
When your nevew that you recommended for a teacher had done this to my pa and jumped upon his body with his feet and also langwedge which I will not pollewt my pen with describing, he assaulted my ma with dreadful violence, dashed her to the earth, and drove her back comb several inches into her head.
In another instance, the commendation of Mary to John at the Crucifixion is described in terms of a series of possible relationships that initially seems to fix their roles: "For oure Lorde sayde not to oure lady, 'Loo, thy seruaunt,' ne 'Loo, thy nevew,' ne 'Loo, thy keper,' but 'Loo, Dy sone,' and so oure Lorde assigned Iohn to be hir sone insteed of hymself.
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