illegitimate child

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Noun1.illegitimate child - the illegitimate offspring of unmarried parentsillegitimate child - the illegitimate offspring of unmarried parents
offspring, progeny, issue - the immediate descendants of a person; "she was the mother of many offspring"; "he died without issue"
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ARSENAL football star Mesut Ozil's dad is being sued by a woman who claims to be his illegitimate child.
Delving into the history of her three-times great-grandmother, she discovers the story of a secret lover, an illegitimate child and a landmark divorce case.
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Until now little is known about the exact number of illegitimate child in Malaysia.
A mother who buried her illegitimate child on Dubai's Jumeirah Open Beach has been jailed for two years.
However, in the 16th Century to break a leg also meant to give birth to an illegitimate child, which is hard to connect to the theatrical world.
London, Aug 21 (ANI): London Olympics chief Sebastian Coe has expressed deep sense of shock as he discovered that he is descended from a Jamaican slave owner who fathered an illegitimate child with a member of his workforce.
The days leading up to the wedding were filled with rumors that all was not well with the couple, with the bride-to-be trying to flee Monaco after learning that Prince Albert had sired a third illegitimate child.
Many French it seems preferred the old ways when the likes of President Mitterrand could actually keep a mistress and their illegitimate child in the presidential palace while he lived in the front of the house with his Mrs without the media breathing a word till he'd been buried.
OH how I ached for the actor John Hurt as he discovered, on the BBC's Who Do You Think You Are, that his belief that he was descended from the Irish nobility was based on an ancestor who claimed to be the illegitimate child of the Marquess of Sligo, but was really more of a Cockney sparrer.