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 +An '''orphan''' (from the [[Greek language|Greek]] ''ορφανός'') is a person (typically a child), who has lost both parents, often through death.
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 +*[[Wolf children]]
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An orphan (from the Greek ορφανός) is a person (typically a child), who has lost both parents, often through death.

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