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co-sibling-in-law (plural co-siblings-in-law)

  1. (rare) One's spouse's sibling's spouse.
    (in the plural) The relationship between people who marry siblings.
  2. (rare) One's sibling's spouse's sibling.
    (in the plural) The relationship between people whose siblings marry each other.

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Languages which have words for this relationship which are distinct from the word for sibling-in-law. Not all are attested to have the second meaning above, though this may sometimes be an oversight:

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