[ nib-ling ]
/ ˈnɪb lɪŋ /
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a child of one’s sibling, such as a niece or nephew, especially used in the plural or as a gender-neutral term: I generally get along with kids quite well—my niblings ask me to play whenever I visit my sister.My nibling started their new job last week.
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