n'veu

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Norman[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old French neveu (nephew, grandson), from Latin nepōs, nepōtem (nephew, grandson), from Proto-Indo-European *nepot- (grandchild, sister's son).

Noun[edit]

n'veu m (plural n'veus)

  1. (Jersey) nephew

Derived terms[edit]