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** Mallory is the eldest of eight children. (The next oldest children are triplets.)

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** Mallory is the eldest of eight children. (The next oldest children are triplets.)) This gets poked fun at by biased characters in ''Keep Out, Claudia!'' when they wonder if her family's Catholic.


* In ''VideoGame/SekiroShadowsDieTwice'': The most elite Lone Shadows, shinobis for the Interior Ministry, are a set of ''seventeen brothers'', the sons of the master shinobi Masatsuna Oribe.

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* In ''VideoGame/SekiroShadowsDieTwice'': The most elite Lone Shadows, shinobis Shadows (deadly shinobi working for the Interior Ministry, Ministry), are a set of ''seventeen brothers'', the sons of the master shinobi Masatsuna Oribe.


* In ''Fanfic/SuperVillainPrevention101'', Harley mentions having a hectic family with five siblings.



* In ''Disney/{{Bambi}}'', Thumper has five sisters, though [[FridgeHorror the number changes to four]] in the sequel. By the end of the first film, Thumper marries and has four children.

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* In ''Disney/{{Bambi}}'', Thumper has five sisters, though [[FridgeHorror the number changes to four]] in the sequel.[[Disney/BambiII sequel]]. By the end of the first film, Thumper marries and has four children.

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* In ''VideoGame/SekiroShadowsDieTwice'': The most elite Lone Shadows, shinobis for the Interior Ministry, are a set of ''seventeen brothers'', the sons of the master shinobi Masatsuna Oribe.


* According to a psychological test he took, Shirogane from ''Manga/KaguyaSamaLoveIsWar'' dreams of having nine kids. This causes [[LoveInterest Kaguya]] to start blushing, and [[BrickJoke she is later shown reading a book on how to increase the chances of having twins]] in the volume 4 omake.
** This ends up working against him when the student council plays a ''TabletopGame/GameOfLife''-esque board game and [[CallBack he actually gets those nine kids]] (with Fujiwara), only to have to pay 20,000,000 yen in child support ''per child'' when she draws a divorce card.


* Judy Hopps from ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'' has [[ExaggeratedTrope 275 siblings]]. Of course, she ''is'' a [[ExplosiveBreeder rabbit]].

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* Judy Hopps from ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'' has a whopping [[ExaggeratedTrope 275 siblings]]. Of course, she ''is'' '''[[FurryReminder is]]''' a [[ExplosiveBreeder rabbit]].rabbit, after all.


** By Season 5, the Scotsman has had at least 41 daughters with his wife, with named ones being Flora, Maeve, Isla, Bradana, Murdina, Alana, Oban, Ardbey, Fiona, Assie, Bonnie, Lorna, Mawina, Shona, Nora, Piesil, Shanath, Euspeth, Edme, Freya, Gilbartha, Gesha, Grizela, Innes, Dawntha, Cora, Davina, and Kina (he was going to name more before they were cut off). [[TheUglyGuysHotDaughter Oddly enough]] all of them are [[AmazonianBeauty attractive muscular woman]], while the Scotsman and especially the Scotsman's wife were not attractive and a horrible mistake of god respectively.

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** By Season 5, the Scotsman has had at least 41 daughters with his wife, with named ones being Flora, Maeve, Isla, Bradana, Murdina, Alana, Oban, Ardbey, Fiona, Assie, Bonnie, Lorna, Mawina, Shona, Nora, Piesil, Shanath, Euspeth, Edme, Freya, Gilbartha, Gesha, Grizela, Innes, Dawntha, Cora, Davina, and Kina (he was going to name more before they were cut off). [[TheUglyGuysHotDaughter Oddly enough]] enough, they are all of them are [[AmazonianBeauty attractive muscular woman]], while the Scotsman and especially the Scotsman's wife were not attractive and a horrible mistake of god respectively.Amazonian Beauties]] unlike [[UglyGuysHotDaughter their parents]].


** One episode featured a SmugSnake lawyer who had been impregnating women and then emotionally manipulating them to give birth because he wanted to have as many children as possible. Towards the end of the episode, he reveals he has 47 children, and at least one other woman is pregnant.

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** One episode featured a SmugSnake lawyer who had been impregnating women and then emotionally manipulating them to give birth because he wanted to have as many children as possible. Towards the end of the episode, he reveals he has 47 children, children (each by a different woman), and at least one other additional woman is currenly pregnant.


* UsefulNotes/HenryVIII had eight legitimate children, though only three survived past infancy; he and UsefulNotes/CatherineOfAragon had four babies who were stillborn or died shortly after birth, and a fifth who died from an unknown cause at the age of two months [[note]]UsefulNotes/AnneBoleyn also had two relatively late miscarriages; some historians count these as well, bringing the total to ''ten''[[/note]]. Henry also had at least one confirmed illegitimate child, and may have had as many as seven.

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* Though it's not often remembered, UsefulNotes/HenryVIII had eight legitimate children, though only three survived past infancy; he and UsefulNotes/CatherineOfAragon also had four babies who were stillborn or died shortly after birth, and a fifth who died from an unknown cause at the age of two months [[note]]UsefulNotes/AnneBoleyn also had two relatively late miscarriages; some historians count these as well, bringing the total to ''ten''[[/note]]. Henry also had at least one confirmed illegitimate child, and may have had as many as seven.

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* In ''VideoGame/MyTimeAtPortia,'' there are the Hulu brothers. There are seven of them, and outside of being ColorCodedForYourConvenience, they all look nearly identical.

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* ''Literature/JackyHaHa'': The Hart family has seven daughters: Sydney, Sophia, Victoria, Hannah, Jacky, Riley, and Emma.

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* Two episodes of ''Series/LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit'' involve detectives investigating Christian families with 10+ children. Although in the latter, [[spoiler:the youngest "sibling" was actually the child of one of the older daughters.]]
** Elliot Stabler edges into the mild end of this since he has five children, though a substantial age gap between the youngest and the other four meant that the first two were adults when he was born.
** One episode featured a SmugSnake lawyer who had been impregnating women and then emotionally manipulating them to give birth because he wanted to have as many children as possible. Towards the end of the episode, he reveals he has 47 children, and at least one other woman is pregnant.


* UsefulNotes/HenryVIII had eight legitimate children, though only three survived past infancy; he and UsefulNotes/CatherineOfAragon had four babies who were stillborn or died shortly after birth, and a fifth who died from an unknown cause at the age of two months [[note]]UsefulNotes/AnneBoleyn also had two relatively late miscarriages; some historians count these, bringing the total to ''ten''[[/note]]. Henry also had at least one confirmed illegitimate child, and may have had as many as seven.

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* UsefulNotes/HenryVIII had eight legitimate children, though only three survived past infancy; he and UsefulNotes/CatherineOfAragon had four babies who were stillborn or died shortly after birth, and a fifth who died from an unknown cause at the age of two months [[note]]UsefulNotes/AnneBoleyn also had two relatively late miscarriages; some historians count these, these as well, bringing the total to ''ten''[[/note]]. Henry also had at least one confirmed illegitimate child, and may have had as many as seven.

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* UsefulNotes/HenryVIII had eight legitimate children, though only three survived past infancy; he and UsefulNotes/CatherineOfAragon had four babies who were stillborn or died shortly after birth, and a fifth who died from an unknown cause at the age of two months [[note]]UsefulNotes/AnneBoleyn also had two relatively late miscarriages; some historians count these, bringing the total to ''ten''[[/note]]. Henry also had at least one confirmed illegitimate child, and may have had as many as seven.


* Most Jewish denominations (including many versions of Orthodoxy) no longer follow or teach this practice, but it's still prevalent in very religious and traditional sects, most commonly the Hasidic.

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* Most Jewish denominations (including many versions of Orthodoxy) no longer follow or teach this practice, but it's still prevalent in very religious and traditional sects, most commonly groups like the Hasidic.Hasidic still keep to it.

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