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* The Nezu siblings in ''Manga/GakuenBabysitters'' amount to six, who all look extremely alike and have a shared theme in their names.

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* The Nezu siblings in ''Manga/GakuenBabysitters'' amount to six, who all look extremely alike and have a shared theme in their names. Chuukichi Nezu, the member of the family who's seen most often, is the second oldest.

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* ''Literature/NinaTanleven'': Nina's friend Chris Gurley is the only girl in a family of seven children, which doesn't amuse her - she complains that it's "like living with a football team".


** Mallory is the eldest of eight children.

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



** The Barrett-Dewitts are also a blended family example of this trope.

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** The Barrett-Dewitts Barrett-[=DeWitts=] are also a blended family example of this trope.


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* Bonnie Bess Worline’s novel ''Sod House Adventure'' or ''The Children Who Stayed Alone'' is about the Dawson family, which has seven children. The Stephenses have [[spoiler: ten children: four from a mother who died when her fourth child was a baby, and six, including a pair of twins, from a new mother (who has lost a baby). The Pfitzers have five boys and the Moores have eight children. Later the Dawsons expect another baby.]] The book has a sequel titled ''Sod Schoolhouse''.


* The blind king Dhritrashtra from the {{Mahabharata}} had 100 sons and a daughter from his wife Ghandhari (made possible by semi-artificial means), plus another son conceived with a maid, 102 children in total. All but the latter get themselves killed in a [[SuccessionCrisis bloody war of sucession]] after cheating their cousin out of the throne.

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* The blind king Dhritrashtra from the {{Mahabharata}} Literature/{{Mahabharata}} had 100 sons and a daughter from his wife Ghandhari (made possible by semi-artificial means), plus another son conceived with a maid, 102 children in total. All but the latter get themselves killed in a [[SuccessionCrisis bloody war of sucession]] after cheating their cousin out of the throne.
* Myth/CelticMythology: Queen Medb and her husband Ailill had seven sons and one daughter.

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* Harmony from ''Podcast/{{Sequinox}}'' has six older siblings. After the first few her parents got used to anything that could happen raising a child.
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** The Blackthorn family of the sequel series ''Literature/TheDarkArtifices'' has six children (Helen, Mark, Julian, Livia, Tiberius, Drusilla, and Octavian).

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** The Blackthorn family of the sequel series ''Literature/TheDarkArtifices'' has six seven children (Helen, Mark, Julian, Livia, Tiberius, Drusilla, and Octavian).


* Raphael Santiago from ''Literature/TheMortalInstruments'', was the eldest of seven brothers from a poor family.
** Also Jules Blackthorn, from ''City of Heavenly Fire'' and star of ''Literature/TheDarkArtifices'' series, who has four full siblings and two half-siblings.

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* Raphael Santiago from ''Literature/TheMortalInstruments'', ''Literature/TheMortalInstruments'' was the eldest of seven brothers from a poor family.
** Also Jules Blackthorn, from ''City The Blackthorn family of Heavenly Fire'' and star of the sequel series ''Literature/TheDarkArtifices'' series, who has four full siblings six children (Helen, Mark, Julian, Livia, Tiberius, Drusilla, and two half-siblings. Octavian).
** Also in ''Literature/TheDarkArtifices'' Kieran is one of the fifty sons of the Unseelie King. Kieran has no known sisters and it's rumored that this is because the Unseelie King has his female offspring killed.


* Dijonay from ''WestenAnimation/TheProudFamily'' is the oldest of ten.

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* Dijonay from ''WestenAnimation/TheProudFamily'' ''WesternAnimation/TheProudFamily'' is the oldest of ten.

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** While not as extreme as many other examples in the mythology, Perseus and Andromeda had at least nine children.


* ''VideoGame/PoseidonMasterOfAtlantis'': Atlas has nine brothers, each a twin (so five pairs). Poor Cleito...

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* ''VideoGame/PoseidonMasterOfAtlantis'': Atlas has nine brothers, each a twin (so five pairs). Poor Cleito...Cleito…
* In ''VisualNovel/SuperDanganronpa2'', Akane Owari says she has "about seven little brothers and sisters." She isn't entirely sure about the number, since every time she gets a new stepparent, they bring along several kids. Because Akane has such a large family, she has to work multiple part-time jobs (some of which are fairly questionable) to support the kids.



* In ''VisualNovel/SuperDanganronpa2'', Akane Owari says she has "about seven little brothers and sisters." She isn't entirely sure about the number, since every time she gets a new stepparent, they bring along several kids..

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* In ''Fanfic/WhereTalentGoesToDie'', Kuro Akasaka is the eldest of six siblings- four sisters [[OutnumberedSibling and a brother]].


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* In ''VisualNovel/SuperDanganronpa2'', Akane Owari says she has "about seven little brothers and sisters." She isn't entirely sure about the number, since every time she gets a new stepparent, they bring along several kids..


In older works, this is generally seen as something great, because, in reality, most people had massive numbers of children; this trope indicated not the number of births but the lack of deaths. (One reason you had so many was that in few families did all survive.) Nowadays it's more a comedy trope. It was also common for the siblings in older works to be all female, with their parents disappointed that they weren't getting the son they wanted no matter how often they tried.

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In older works, this is generally seen as something great, because, in reality, most people had massive numbers of children; this trope indicated not the number of births but the lack of deaths. (One reason you had so many was that in few families did all survive.) Nowadays it's more a comedy trope. It was also common for the siblings in older works to be all female, with their parents disappointed that they weren't getting the son they wanted no matter how often they tried.
tried. Depending how important they are to the work, expect the siblings to have [[CastSpeciation varying and distinct personalities]].


* In ''LightNovel/OkamiSan'', Himeno have 7 little brothers and sisters.

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* In ''LightNovel/OkamiSan'', ''LightNovel/OokamiSan'', Himeno have 7 little brothers and sisters.

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* In ''LightNovel/OkamiSan'', Himeno have 7 little brothers and sisters.


* Music/{{Cimorelli}} is actually composed of six sisters. If you count their five brothers outside the group, the Cimorelli family has eleven children (Which also extends to the name of group's company, ''Eleven'' Productions, LLC).



* Creator/MacaulayCulkin had four brothers and two sisters.

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* Creator/MacaulayCulkin Macaulay Culkin had four brothers and two sisters.



* Historically, Pharaoh UsefulNotes/RamsesTheGreat had '''110 children'''. Obviously, this was through numerous women, including [[ParentalIncest three of his own daughters]]. (Also [[BrotherSisterIncest a sister]], but that was par for the course among the royal family.)

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* Historically, Pharaoh UsefulNotes/RamsesTheGreat Ramses The Great had '''110 children'''. Obviously, this was through numerous women, including [[ParentalIncest three of his own daughters]]. (Also [[BrotherSisterIncest a sister]], but that was par for the course among the royal family.)



* Creator/CarlosMencia is the 17th of 18 children.

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* Creator/CarlosMencia Carlos Mencia is the 17th of 18 children.

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