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* ''Manga/HunterXHunter'': The Zoldyck family is a [[ZigZaggedTrope zig-zagged example]]: their five children are all biologically male, but the second youngest [[TheUnfavorite Alluka]] is the only one to dress, act like a girl and [[{{Transgender}} refers to herself as one]]. To complicate this, the rest of the family who shun her and treat her like [[ItIsDehumanizing a thing]] refer to her as male, but Killua, the only one who loves her, treats her like a girl.


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* ''Manga/RoseOfVersailles'': [[PlayingWithATrope Played with]] in Oscar's case: she is the youngest of the six daughters and does see herself as a girl, but as her father was desperate in need of [[HeirClubForMen a heir]] by the time she was born, she ended up being RaisedAsTheOppositeGender and grows up to be a very strong, gentlemanly {{Bifauxnen}} who is very popular [[DudeMagnet with]] [[EvenTheGirlsWantHer both genders]], and actually shows signs of being genderfluid in the manga and feels thankful that her father raised her as a boy, [[TomboyAndGirlyGirl in stark contrast]] to her girly sisters.

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-->'''Leslie:''' You're lucky to have a sister.
-->'''Jesse:''' Yeah, I got four of 'em, and I'd trade them all for a good dog.
-->'''Leslie:''' ''(wistfully)'' [[ComicallyMissingThePoint I'd love to have a dog]].[[note]]This is technically from TheFilmOfTheBook.[[/note]]


* It doesn't come up much but (prior to Flashpoint) [[ComicBook/Batgirl2000 Cass]] is [[ComicBook/{{Batman}} Bruce]]'s only daughter while he has four sons, [[ComicBook/{{Nightwing}} Dick]], Jason, [[ComicBook/RobinSeries Tim]], and Damian.

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* Comicbook/{{Batman}}: It doesn't come up much much, but (prior to Flashpoint) in the pre-Flashpoint continuity, [[ComicBook/Batgirl2000 Cass]] (the second Batgirl) is [[ComicBook/{{Batman}} Bruce]]'s Bruce's only daughter daughter, while he has the four sons, [[ComicBook/{{Nightwing}} Robins ([[ComicBook/{{Nightwing}} Dick]], Jason, [[ComicBook/RobinSeries Tim]], and Damian.Damian) are all his sons.


** Interestingly, it's not Ginny, but Ron who feels like TheUnFavorite. The last book reveals that one of his [[ClassicalAntiHero many]] insecurities is that, being the youngest boy, his parents only had him as a final failed attempt at getting a girl.

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** Interestingly, it's not Ginny, but Ron who feels like TheUnFavorite. The last book reveals that one of his [[ClassicalAntiHero many]] insecurities is that, being as the youngest boy, he's his parents only had him as a final failed last ''failed'' attempt at getting having a girl.



* Jesse in ''Literature/BridgeToTerabithia'' feels alienated due to having four sisters, no brothers, and a disapproving father.
** Don't forget, he's the [[MiddleChildSyndrome middle child!]]

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* Jesse in ''Literature/BridgeToTerabithia'' feels alienated due to having four sisters, no brothers, and a disapproving father.
** Don't forget, he's
father. He's also the [[MiddleChildSyndrome middle child!]]child]].



** Cersei Lannister is the only girl among two brothers. However, Tyrion's status as TheUnfavorite ascertains that she never felt "outnumbered".

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** Cersei Lannister is the only girl among two brothers. However, Tyrion's status as TheUnfavorite ascertains that she never felt "outnumbered"."outnumbered."


* Joyce from the ''Webcomic/{{Walkyverse}}'' is the little girl of her family, outnumbered by her five brothers. This is explored a bit in ''Webcomic/DumbingOfAge'' where, although she only has three siblings, she laments on one strip that she didn't grow up with any sisters. [[spoiler: Eventually subverted, as one of her "brothers" turns out to be a [[{{Transgender}} trans girl]], Jocelyne, making them an even two-to-two split. Joyce herself doesn't know this yet.]]

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* Joyce from the ''Webcomic/{{Walkyverse}}'' is the little girl of her family, outnumbered by her five brothers. This is explored a bit in ''Webcomic/DumbingOfAge'' where, although she only has three siblings, she laments on one strip that she didn't grow up with any sisters. [[spoiler: Eventually subverted, as one PlayedWith when [[spoiler:one of her "brothers" turns out to be a [[{{Transgender}} trans girl]], Jocelyne, making them an even two-to-two split. girl]]]], though Joyce herself doesn't know this yet.]]has yet to learn this.



* Wendy Corduroy from ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' is the oldest and only daughter of four children. In "Society of the Blind Eye", she admits she has more trouble dealing with her dad and her brothers than she lets on, with her laidback attitude actually masking a large amount of stress.
--> ''"Have you ''met'' my family?!"''

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* Wendy Corduroy from ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' is has three younger brothers, a father known as "Manly Dan" and [[MissingMom no mother]]. Contrary to the oldest and only daughter page image, [[DownplayedTrope not much is made of four children. In "Society this]], aside from [[IHaveBrothers implicitly]] [[RaisedByDudes explaining]] why she's a {{Tomboy}}. She ''does'' admit that her family stresses her out in "The Society of the Blind Eye", Eye," and while she admits she has more trouble dealing with her dad and her brothers than she lets on, with her laidback attitude actually masking a large amount of stress.
--> ''"Have you ''met'' my family?!"''
doesn't elaborate, the TestosteronePoisoning may well be to blame.



* Bart's the oldest and only son of three children on ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons''. One episode focused on him [[SiblingsWanted wanting a brother]] because Lisa convinced him that she and Maggie had a special bond that he never would. First he tries to trick Marge into getting pregnant, but she catches him, and while sympathetic to his concerns, notes that a new baby could well be a ''third'' sister; as a result, he instead "adopts" a brother from the local orphanage. In the end, the orphan boy ends up being adopted by a family with six daughters, who're likely to make him understand what [[Manga/CardcaptorSakura Syaoran feels]].

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* Bart's the oldest and only son of three children on ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons''. One On ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons,'' one episode focused focuses on him Bart [[SiblingsWanted wanting a brother]] because after Lisa convinced convinces him that she and Maggie had have a special bond that he can never would. share. First he tries to trick Marge into getting pregnant, but she catches him, and on and, while sympathetic to his concerns, sympathetic, notes that a new baby could well be a ''third'' sister; as sister. As a result, he instead "adopts" a brother from the local orphanage. In the end, the orphan boy ends up being adopted by a family with six daughters, who're likely to make him understand what [[Manga/CardcaptorSakura Syaoran feels]].


** Lyanna is the only female of Ned's siblings.
** Myrcella is the only female of her siblings.

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** Lyanna Stark is the only female of Ned's siblings.
** Myrcella Baratheon is the only female of her siblings.siblings.
** Yara Greyjoy is Balon's only daughter.


* Wendy Corduroy from ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' is the oldest and only daughter of four children. In "Society of the Blind Eye", she admits she has more trouble dealing with her dad and her brothers than she lets on: "Have you ''met'' my family?!"

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* Wendy Corduroy from ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' is the oldest and only daughter of four children. In "Society of the Blind Eye", she admits she has more trouble dealing with her dad and her brothers than she lets on: "Have on, with her laidback attitude actually masking a large amount of stress.
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you ''met'' my family?!"family?!"''



* Lor from ''WesternAnimation/TheWeekenders'' is her parent's only daughter and has so many brothers that she actually loses count of just how many there are.
* WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'s the oldest/only son of three kids--in one episode, it's revealed that his paternal grandmother, Thora, grew up as the youngest/only daughter of four kids.

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* Lor from ''WesternAnimation/TheWeekenders'' is her parent's only daughter and has so many brothers that she actually loses count of just how many there are.
are. in ''WesternAnimation/TheWeekenders'', is the only daughter in a family with ''fourteen'' brothers. Even she occasionally loses track of how many there are, with her friend Tino having to remind her of the correct count on one occasion. That same episode also reveals that her parents eventually ran out of naming ideas, with her reply to the aforementioned correction being "Oh, yeah, I forgot one of the Dannys."
* WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'s the oldest/only son of three kids--in kids -- in one episode, it's revealed that his paternal grandmother, Thora, grew up as the youngest/only daughter of four kids.



* Tish, in ''WesternAnimation/TheWeekenders'', is the only daughter in a family with ''fourteen'' brothers. Even she occasionally loses track of how many there are. Apparently some of them even have the same name; in one episode, when Tino reminds her of the correct count, she replies, "Oh, yeah, I forgot one of the Dannys."

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* Marti Venturi is the only girl of the Venturis in ''Series/LifeWithDerek''.
* Oliver in ''Series/AmericanHousewife''.
* Erica in ''Series/TheGoldbergs''.


* Dylan Piper in ''Series/Halloweentown''.



* Karen from ''Series/{{Outnumbered}}'' is the youngest of three and the only girl. Comes up once or twice, though ironically it's usually her mother Sue who gets a sudden urge to have a "girly day" away from the boys; Karen is quite capable of holding her own against her brothers, Jake and Ben.[[labelnote: *]]The title of the series refers to the children outnumbering their parents, not Jake and Ben outnumbering Karen.[[/labelnote]]

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* Karen from ''Series/{{Outnumbered}}'' is the youngest of three and the only girl. Comes up once or twice, though ironically it's usually her mother Sue who gets a sudden urge to have a "girly day" away from the boys; Karen is quite capable of holding her own against her brothers, Jake and Ben.[[labelnote: *]]The title of the series refers to the children outnumbering their parents, not Jake and Ben outnumbering Karen.Karen.
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* Mark and Al in ''Series/StepByStep''.
* Morgan in ''Series/BoyMeetsWorld''.


* The Itari family from ''Jinzō Konchū Kabuto Borg [=VxV=]'' has two daughters, the elder of whom is Amiko, and one son, who is the middle child.

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* The Itari family from ''Jinzō Konchū Kabuto Borg [=VxV=]'' ''Anime/JinzoKonchuKabutoBorgVXV'' has two daughters, the elder of whom is Amiko, and one son, who is the middle child.

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* The Itari family from ''Jinzō Konchū Kabuto Borg [=VxV=]'' has two daughters, the elder of whom is Amiko, and one son, who is the middle child.


** There was also an episode where Lincoln was shown in two different dimensions: the first on was where he was the middle child of eleven sons and the second was pretty much the same as his original world--except for the fact that the sexes of himself and his sisters are the exact opposite (meaning that its one girl with ten brothers). Lincoln's female counterpart is ''Linka'' Loud and her ten brothers are named Loki (Lori), Loni (Leni), Luke (Luna), Lane (Luan), Lynn (now a boy), Lars (Lucy), Leif (Lana), Lexx (Lola), Levi (Lisa) and Leon (Lily).
** In the Cassagrande Family, Carlotta is the only daughter with three younger brothers.
** The Fox quints are a set of quintuplets who are apparently the worst behaved children to be babysat by the older Loud sisters. They consist of four boys and one girl.

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** There was also an episode where Lincoln was shown in two different dimensions: dimensions, with the first on was being where he was he's the middle child of eleven sons and the second was pretty much being where he's the same as his original world--except for the fact that the sexes middle child/only '''''daughter''''' of himself and his sisters are the exact opposite (meaning that its one girl with ten brothers). Lincoln's eleven kids (his female counterpart is ''Linka'' Loud and her ten brothers are named "Linka"). The male counterparts of Lincoln's sisters in both dimensions are Loki (Lori), Loni (Leni), Luke (Luna), Lane (Luan), Lynn (now a boy), Lars (Lucy), Leif (Lana), Lexx (Lola), Levi (Lisa) and Leon (Lily).
** In the Cassagrande Family, Carlotta Carlota Casagrande (a cousin of Bobby and Ronnie Anne Santiago) is the only oldest/only daughter with of three younger brothers.
kids.
** The Fox quints One of the clients for the oldest Loud-sisters' babysitting are a set of quintuplets who from a family with last name "Fox," and the quintuplets are apparently the worst behaved children shown to be babysat by the older Loud sisters. They consist of four boys and one girl.



* ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'''s paternal grandmother, Thora, was the youngest and only daughter of four kids, while Arthur (just like Bart Simpson) is the oldest and only son of three kids.
* The title characters of ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' outnumber their older sister Candace, and unintentionally [[AnnoyingYoungerSibling annoy her endlessly]]. In one episode, their cousins from England visit, and the teenage daughter Eliza has ''[[MassiveNumberedSiblings five]]'' brothers Phineas and Ferb's age. She notes that it takes a lot of discipline to survive in the Fletcher household.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'''s WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'s the oldest/only son of three kids--in one episode, it's revealed that his paternal grandmother, Thora, was grew up as the youngest and only youngest/only daughter of four kids, while Arthur (just like Bart Simpson) is the oldest and only son of three kids.
* The title characters of ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' outnumber their older sister sister, Candace, and unintentionally [[AnnoyingYoungerSibling annoy her endlessly]]. In one episode, their cousins from England visit, and the teenage daughter Eliza has ''[[MassiveNumberedSiblings five]]'' brothers Phineas and Ferb's age. She notes that it takes a lot of discipline to survive in the Fletcher household.


* ''LightNovel/SisterPrincess''. An orphan named Wataru Minakami discovers that he has 13 sisters, one of whom is [[spoiler:TheMole, and not actually one of his sisters]].
* Quatre Raberba Winner of ''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundamWing Gundam Wing]]'' is the youngest child of his family and has ''twenty-nine sisters''. The catch is that [[spoiler:all of his sisters are [[DesignerBabies test-tubes babies]] due to difficulties with childbirth in space among early space colonists; Quatre was the only child born naturally, although [[DeathByChildbirth his mother died during childbirth]] and the fact that he wasn't artificially reproduced was kept secret from him.]] However, Quatre is shown to dearly love his sisters and it is [[spoiler:the near-death of his favorite older sister Iria (along with the death of his father) [[BewareTheNiceOnes which drives poor Quatre over the edge.]]]]
* ''Manga/IceRevolution'' Misaki became an extreme tomboy growing up as the only girl in a family of extremely macho martial artists. However, she does not come into conflict with any of them until she decides she wants to take up the "girly" sport of figure skating. Even then it serves more as backstory than a plot point.
* ''Manga/{{Maomarimo}}'': Mao has three older sisters: Sakuya, Kaguya, and Ako, his more outgoing elder twin. Ironically, he demonstrates more stereotypically feminine traits (particularly CuteClumsyGirl, ShrinkingViolet, and FeminineWomenCanCook) than the three of them put together.

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* ''LightNovel/SisterPrincess''. An orphan named Wataru Minakami discovers that he has 13 sisters, one of whom is [[spoiler:TheMole, and not actually one of his sisters]].
* Quatre Raberba Winner of ''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundamWing Gundam Wing]]'' is
''Manga/{{Bleach}}'': Soifon was the youngest child of his family six siblings, and has ''twenty-nine sisters''. The catch is that [[spoiler:all of his sisters are [[DesignerBabies test-tubes babies]] due to difficulties with childbirth in space among early space colonists; Quatre was the only child born naturally, although [[DeathByChildbirth his mother died during childbirth]] and the fact that he wasn't artificially reproduced girl. She was kept secret from him.]] However, Quatre is shown to dearly love his sisters and it is [[spoiler:the near-death of his favorite older sister Iria (along with the death of his father) [[BewareTheNiceOnes which drives poor Quatre over the edge.]]]]
* ''Manga/IceRevolution'' Misaki became an extreme tomboy growing up as
also the only girl in a family successful sibling. All five of extremely macho martial artists. However, her brothers died quickly without amounting to much and she does not come into conflict only remembers them with any a feeling of them until shame at their failure. Her talent was recognised quickly; within seven years she decides she wants to take up was commanding the "girly" sport of figure skating. Even then it serves more as backstory than a plot point.
* ''Manga/{{Maomarimo}}'': Mao has three older sisters: Sakuya, Kaguya,
court guards and Ako, his more outgoing elder twin. Ironically, he demonstrates more stereotypically feminine traits (particularly CuteClumsyGirl, ShrinkingViolet, earned her great-grandmother's code-name "Soifon", before eventually becoming both a [[{{Samurai}} Gotei 13]] captain and FeminineWomenCanCook) than Supreme Commander of the three of them put together.[[{{Ninja}} Secret Remote Squad]].



* ''Manga/{{Otomen}}'': The author of [[ShowWithinAShow Lovetic]], believed by all readers to be a girl, is [[MoustacheDePlume a boy]] [[IHaveBrothers with several little sisters]]. [[MassiveNumberedSiblings Ten to be exact]].
* Alto Krauetta of ''Franchise/LyricalNanoha'', whose family comprised three brothers. The lack of any female influence in her early life led to her thinking that she was a boy [[NoodleIncident until an incident involving the school toilet when she was seven]].



* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'': Soifon was the youngest of six siblings, and the only girl. She was also the only successful sibling. All five of her brothers died quickly without amounting to much and she only remembers them with a feeling of shame at their failure. Her talent was recognised quickly; within seven years she was commanding the court guards and earned her great-grandmother's code-name "Soifon", before eventually becoming both a [[{{Samurai}} Gotei 13]] captain and Supreme Commander of the [[{{Ninja}} Secret Remote Squad]].
* The [[LargeHam ILLUSTRIOUS ARMSTRONG FAMILY]] from ''Anime/FullmetalAlchemist'' consists of four daughters and one son, Alex, who is the second youngest. He has the most prominent role in the story out of all of them, being a recurring character from the beginning, but his eldest sister Olivier does eventually step in to play an important role as well. Their youngest sister, Catherine, only appears briefly, and their other sisters, Amue and Strongine, are almost entirely AllThereInTheManual.
* In ''Manga/MagicKnightRayearth'', Hikaru talks and acts like a boy because she has three older brothers (Satoru, Masaru and Kakeru).

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* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'': Soifon was the youngest of six siblings, and the only girl. She was also the only successful sibling. All five of her brothers died quickly without amounting to much and she only remembers them with a feeling of shame at their failure. Her talent was recognised quickly; within seven years she was commanding the court guards and earned her great-grandmother's code-name "Soifon", before eventually becoming both a [[{{Samurai}} Gotei 13]] captain and Supreme Commander of the [[{{Ninja}} Secret Remote Squad]].
* The [[LargeHam ILLUSTRIOUS ARMSTRONG FAMILY]] from ''Anime/FullmetalAlchemist'' ''Franchise/FullmetalAlchemist'' consists of four daughters and one son, Alex, who is the second youngest. He has the most prominent role in the story out of all of them, being a recurring character from the beginning, but his eldest sister Olivier does eventually step in to play an important role as well. Their youngest sister, Catherine, only appears briefly, and their other sisters, Amue and Strongine, are almost entirely AllThereInTheManual.
* In ''Manga/MagicKnightRayearth'', Hikaru talks and acts like ''Manga/IceRevolution'' Misaki became an extreme tomboy growing up as the only girl in a boy because family of extremely macho martial artists. However, she has three older brothers (Satoru, Masaru and Kakeru).does not come into conflict with any of them until she decides she wants to take up the "girly" sport of figure skating. Even then it serves more as backstory than a plot point.


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* Alto Krauetta of ''Franchise/LyricalNanoha'', whose family comprised three brothers. The lack of any female influence in her early life led to her thinking that she was a boy [[NoodleIncident until an incident involving the school toilet when she was seven]].


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* In ''Manga/MagicKnightRayearth'', Hikaru talks and acts like a boy because she has three older brothers (Satoru, Masaru and Kakeru).
* ''Manga/{{Maomarimo}}'': Mao has three older sisters: Sakuya, Kaguya, and Ako, his more outgoing elder twin. Ironically, he demonstrates more stereotypically feminine traits (particularly CuteClumsyGirl, ShrinkingViolet, and FeminineWomenCanCook) than the three of them put together.
* Quatre Raberba Winner of ''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundamWing Gundam Wing]]'' is the youngest child of his family and has ''twenty-nine sisters''. The catch is that [[spoiler:all of his sisters are [[DesignerBabies test-tubes babies]] due to difficulties with childbirth in space among early space colonists; Quatre was the only child born naturally, although [[DeathByChildbirth his mother died during childbirth]] and the fact that he wasn't artificially reproduced was kept secret from him.]] However, Quatre is shown to dearly love his sisters and it is [[spoiler:the near-death of his favorite older sister Iria (along with the death of his father) [[BewareTheNiceOnes which drives poor Quatre over the edge.]]]]
* ''Franchise/OnePiece:'' Vinsmoke Reiju, the oldest child of her family, is the only girl. Her younger siblings are male fraternal quadruplets [[spoiler:with one of them being Sanji, a Straw Hat pirate]].
* ''Manga/{{Otomen}}'': The author of [[ShowWithinAShow Lovetic]], believed by all readers to be a girl, is [[MoustacheDePlume a boy]] [[IHaveBrothers with several little sisters]]. [[MassiveNumberedSiblings Ten to be exact]].
* ''LightNovel/SisterPrincess''. An orphan named Wataru Minakami discovers that he has 13 sisters, one of whom is [[spoiler:TheMole, and not actually one of his sisters]].


* At the end of ''Disney/LadyAndTheTramp'' the titular dog couple eventually become the parents of four puppies: three daughters who look identical to their mother and [[ComicStrip/{{Scamp}} a son who looks identical to their father]].

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* At the end of ''Disney/LadyAndTheTramp'' ''Disney/LadyAndTheTramp,'' the titular dog couple eventually become the parents of four puppies: three daughters who look identical to their mother and [[ComicStrip/{{Scamp}} a son who looks identical to their father]].



* Similar to the example in ''Lady and the Tramp'', at the end of ''WesternAnimation/RoverDangerfield'', the TitleCharacter and his love interest (a dog named Daisy) end up having a litter of six puppy, five of whom look identical to Rover while the remaining sixth puppy looks identical to Daisy.

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* Similar to the example in ''Lady and the Tramp'', at the end of ''WesternAnimation/RoverDangerfield'', the TitleCharacter and his love interest (a dog named Daisy) end up having a litter of six puppy, puppies, five of whom look identical to Rover while the remaining sixth puppy looks identical to Daisy.



* At the end of ''WesternAnimation/HowToTrainYourDragonTheHiddenWorld'', [[spoiler:Toothless and the Light Fury have two sons and a daughter.]]



* Mark in Creator/EdwardEager's ''Literature/HalfMagic'' and ''Magic by the Lake''. The family has three sisters and one brother, who does grumble a bit from time to time, but the person who seems to take things the hardest is the middle sister Katherine, with MiddleChildSyndrome: "Jane's the oldest, Martha's the baby, Mark's the only boy - I'm the one who gets ignored all the time!"

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* Mark in Creator/EdwardEager's ''Literature/HalfMagic'' and ''Magic by the Lake''. The family has three sisters and one brother, who brother; but while Mark does grumble a bit from time to time, but the person who seems to take things the hardest is the middle sister Katherine, with MiddleChildSyndrome: "Jane's the oldest, Martha's the baby, Mark's the only boy - I'm the one who gets ignored all the time!"



** The Martells have Elia and her niece Arianne, both the only girl with two brothers in their respective generations.

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** The Martells have Elia and her niece Arianne, both each of whom are the only girl with two brothers in their respective generations.



* Theo Huxtable from ''Series/TheCosbyShow'' is the middle child and only son of five kids--however, he seemed relatively okay with having four sisters despite having to deal with the usual sibling stuff (such as a shortage of bathroom time).

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* Theo Huxtable from ''Series/TheCosbyShow'' is the middle child and only son of five kids--however, kids. However, he seemed seems relatively okay with having four sisters despite having to deal with the usual sibling stuff (such as a shortage of bathroom time).



* ''Series/LandOfTheLost1991'': The Sorceress had several brothers. When Annie asked her how she survived, she said she turned them into toads. Annie entertained the thought of doing it to Kevin.

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* ''Series/LandOfTheLost1991'': The Sorceress had several brothers. When Annie asked asks her how she survived, she said says she turned them into toads. Annie entertained entertains the thought of doing it to Kevin.



* In Literature/TheBible, Jacob has twelve sons and one daughter, Dinah. Though in some Jewish sources each of the sons, and Dinah, came with a twin sister.

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* In Literature/TheBible, Jacob has twelve sons and one daughter, Dinah. Though However, in some Jewish sources each of the sons, and Dinah, came with a twin sister.


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** In the supplemental novels, Queen Rowan (mother of King Cailan) was the only daughter of the Arl of Redcliffe; Arl Eamon and Bann Teagan, whom the player meets during ''Origins'', are her younger brothers. However, she was considerably older than they were and they were raised elsewhere for their own safety, so it's unlikely that there was any antagonism between them.


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* Tish, in ''WesternAnimation/TheWeekenders'', is the only daughter in a family with ''fourteen'' brothers. Even she occasionally loses track of how many there are. Apparently some of them even have the same name; in one episode, when Tino reminds her of the correct count, she replies, "Oh, yeah, I forgot one of the Dannys."

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* Adonis Otogari of ''VideoGame/EnsembleStars'' had three sisters that liked messing with him.

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