coz


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coz

 (kŭz)
n. Informal
A cousin.

coz

(kʌz)
n
an archaic word and form of address for cousin

coz

(kʌz)

n. Informal.
cousin.
[1555–65; by shortening]

COZ

Because
References in classic literature ?
“Oh, rest easy, my dear coz,” said the young lady; “I took a look in at my father, who is likely to sleep an hour; and by using due vigilance you will secure all the honors of the season.”
We must run our streets by the compass, coz, and disregard trees, hills, ponds, stumps, or, in fact, anything but posterity.
“You killed the sheep—I know it all, dear coz. Hut would it have been decorous for the High Sheriff of —to mingle in such sports as these?”
That being so, if all were men of sense then thou wouldst be a lonesome man, coz."
I tell you, coz, that no man can come within seventeen feet of me without catching a spark.
For, coz, since all thoughts are things, you have but to think a pair of herrings, and then conjure up a pottle of milk wherewith to wash them down."
"Careful, my sweet coz!" quoth Robin in a low tone.
Supposing we walk round the grounds to pass the time, my pretty Coz?"
I tell thee, coz, that thou art the strongest man that ever I laid mine eyes upon.
"I've never really had the chance because being in a relationship from the age of 18, I've never been a young adult especially a growing young Christian din in a season of single-ness and I think it's really important as an individual 'coz you need to know what you want, who you are to be establishing your identity as your own person," Catrionasaid.
'Coz the league supported the national team," Compton said.