eldest child in Japanese
She took the Queen by the hand and led her up to heaven, and showed her her two eldest children, who smiled at her, and played with the ball of the world.
I was afterwards convinced (and so was Ada) that from the illconditioned eldest child, these words extorted a sharp yell.
Originally from East Timor, the eldest child of teachers, you studied mainly at the Catholic mission of Nossa Senhora di Fatima.
She was the eldest child of the Pharaoh.
After the three youngest children absconded Mr. Barrero Lozano and his two eldest children were sent back to Colombia on 7 July 1993.
In the same vein, the principles of primogeniture, whereby the eldest child takes precedence in the division of an estate, and of male privilege, whereby the male children take precedence, have likewise been abolished.