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nevvy

n. 1 (context colloquial UK dialectal English) A nephew. 2 (context UK dialectal English) A grandson.

Usage examples of "nevvy".

The bright-eyed girls are quick to see such traits, and will like you all the better for them, and if death, almost the only power that can part mother and son, should rob you of yours, you will be sure to find a tender welcome and maternal cherishing from some Aunt Priscilla, who has kept the warmest corner of her lonely old heart for `the best nevvy in the world'.