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quin

(kwɪn)
n
(Gynaecology & Obstetrics) Brit short for quintuplet2 US and Canadian word: quint
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Noun1.quin - one of five children born at the same time from the same pregnancy
sib, sibling - a person's brother or sister
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quin

n (Brit) abbr of quintupletFünfling m
References in classic literature ?
For envy is a gadding passion, and walketh the streets, and doth not keep home: Non est curiosus, quin idem sit malevolus.
The harle- quin on the bank turned his little pug nose up to me.
Not many there be Who enter therein, Only the guests of the Irishman Quin.
36 CARM QUINS TRIES: D Ford (4), L Reynolds, S Lloyd CONS: S Marshall (2), J Wilson BARGOED TRY: D Dyer CON: C Jones PEN: C Jones 10 ASTUNNING four-try salvo from wing Dale Ford inspired Carmarthen Quins as they powered to victory over Bargoed.
Tom Hughes, Iolo Evans and Dion Jones went over for the hosts, who led 12-10 at the turnaround and outscored the Quins three tries to two, with Jacob Botica kicking a conversion and a penalty.
It also left Quins ruing their inability to break down Wasps at the Stoop last week as they only finished behind their Premiership rivals due to a marginally inferior head-to-head record.
TWO late penalties from full-back Jack Maynard was enough to book Quins a place in the Swalec Cup quarter- finals.
The stats would suggest the Exiles don't have a prayer against the Premiership leaders, but anyone backing Quins to cover a double-figure handicap will have to be aware of a rainy forecast.
Quins were classier behind the scrum with fly-half Nick Evans a constant threat and the slick passing in the backline leading to tries for wingers Sam Smith and Ugo Monye.
Try-hungry Quins collected a bonus point before half-time after touchdowns from wing Ugo Monye (2), centre Gonzalo Tiesi and full-back Mike Brown.
Quins cut the deficit with a Jason Keyter try converted by Rob Liley.
Quins have rescued Pears, who made his England debut way back in 1990, from Jewson National League One club Wharfedale.