The brother of one's father or mother or the husband of one's aunt
An unrelated older male friend, esp. of a child
the brother of your father or mother; the husband of your aunt
a source of help and advice and encouragement; "he played uncle to lonely students"
Uncle (Latin avunculus "little grandfather," diminutive of avus "grandfather,") is a family relationship or kinship, the brother or brother-in-law of a parent. A woman with an equivalent relationship is an aunt, and the reciprocal relationship is that of a nephew or niece. ...
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J. P. (John Percival) Martin (1879–1966) was an English author best known for his Uncle series of children's stories.
The following is a list of characters that first appeared in the BBC soap opera EastEnders in 1986, by order of first appearance.
Uncle (1964) is a children's novel written by J. P. Martin, the first book of six forming the Uncle series. It is named after the main character, a rich philanthropic elephant who lives in a huge fantastical castle populated by many other eccentric animals and people. ...
The Uncle is a 1965 British drama film directed by Desmond Davis.
A brother or brother-in-law of someone’s parent; A companion to your (usually unmarried) mother; A source of advice, encouragement, or help; A pawnbroker; A close male friend of the parents of a family; an older male African-American person; An affectionate name for an older man; A cry ...
If you see your uncle in a dream, you will have news of a sad character soon. To dream you see your uncle prostrated in mind, and repeatedly have this dream, you will have trouble with your relations which will result in estrangement, at least for a time. ...
One of the tabulation software packages used by Decision Analyst.
surrender; indicate a willingness to give up a fight.
Mine uncle’s; a necessary house. He is gone to visit his uncle; saying of one who leaves his wife soon after marriage. It likewise means a pawnbroker’s: goods pawned are frequently said to be at mine uncle’s, or laid up in lavender.
An actual uncle (your feelings about him or his dominant characteristics); a less familiar male aspect of self
The term of address for an older male relative or any older man in a Hold.
What Faisal Iqbal called Javed Miandad. See nepotism, which is what some critics unjustly called Faisal’s selection. He’s got a Test average of nearly 27, you know. What more do they want?
He is Taslima’s father, and he loves his nieces, and he wants to help their family out.
ana qarındaş (qarnaş), ata qarındış (qarnaş)
Used as a generic title for males who are middle-aged or older, especially those who are not well acquainted. "Uncle! One teh-C and one milo-peng!"