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what is the opposite gender of earl?
Weegy: Whereas the wife of a Lord or a woman with the equivalent status of a Lord, is a Lady, a Duchess is the equivalent of a Duke, and the title given to a woman who is knighted is Dame, there is no equivalent term for the wife , or a feminine Earl. [ Countess is usually used. Read more: ] (More)
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The female title opposite Earl is Countess, but most often the wife of an Earl would be referred to as Lady.
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what is the opposite gender of cousins?
Weegy: The English language does not have a gender difference for the word "cousins". It is plural, so it can mean more than one, also meaning more than one gender. (More)
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