What is the child of a niece or nephew called
grand-nieceYour grand-niece (the child of your niece or nephew) is two generations away from you, and your great-grand-niece (the grandchild of your niece or nephew) is three generations away..
What are the wives of two brothers called
Two sisters, who were married to two brothers, would be called sisters-in-law.
What is a nephew by marriage
Someone’s niece’s husband. Someone’s nephew’s husband (where same-sex marriage is recognised) Someone’s sibling’s son-in-law. Someone’s brother’s son-in-law. (
What is cousin’s son called
Children of your cousin are actually called your “first cousins once removed.” Your cousin’s child is NOT your second cousin as is commonly believed. The appropriate name for addressing your cousin’s child is niece or nephew, even though they are actually first cousins once removed.
What is my nephew to my daughter
Your nephew and your son are first cousins. They share the same grandparents. Your great-niece (nephew’s daughter) and your son are first cousins once removed. If your son ever has children, his children and your great-niece will be second cousins.
What is my sister’s child to my child
A nephew is the son of your sister or brother. This makes you the aunt or uncle of that nephew.
Can a man marry his brother’s widow
Levirate marriage is a type of marriage in which the brother of a deceased man is obliged to marry his brother’s widow.
Can a woman marry her nephew
It is not illegal as it is their custom. The legality of Uncle-niece marriages was confirmed in the Hindu Code Bill of 1984. Some Sophisticated South Indians consider uncle-niece marriage outmoded.
What am I to my husband’s nephew
Your spouse’s nephew could be called “my nephew” in English, but I don’t see “my husband’s nephew” as particularly rude or insulting, just slightly clearer at the cost of being longer. One has a slightly different relationship with your own sister’s children to that with your sister-in-law’s children.
Is my sister in law’s son my nephew
nephew. a son of your brother or sister, or a son of your husband’s or wife’s brother or sister. Their daughter is called your niece.
Who is considered a nephew
A nephew is the son of someone’s brother or sister. A niece is the daughter of the person’s brother or sister. To the nephew or niece, the person is their uncle or aunt. The relationship of aunt/uncle to niece/nephew is an example of second-degree relatives, meaning that their coefficient of relationship is 25%.
What do I call my sister’s husband
brother-in-lawsister-in-law The husband of your sister is your brother-in-law.
Can a man marry his niece
No, it is not legal to marry your niece in most states in the US.
What is a co sister
co-sister (plural co-sisters) colleague (“sister” in the same craft, occupation, or society) quotations ▼ (India) One’s spouse’s sibling’s wife.
Is a nephew considered immediate family
CFR §170.305: Immediate family is limited to the spouse, parents, stepparents, foster parents, father-in-law, mother-in-law, children, stepchildren, foster children, sons-in-law, daughters-in-law, grandparents, grandchildren, brothers, sisters, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and first …
What will my nephew call me
Your nephews might call you aunt if you’re a woman or uncle if you’re a man. Their children will call your nephew’s parents grandma or grandpa. You get to be grand aunt or grand uncle. Some people use the terms “great aunt” or “great uncle.”
Can I marry my nephew
No, it is not legal to marry your niece. You will fall under the bar given by section 5(5) of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955. The bar is on Sapinda relationships.
What is the term for a niece’s husband
A niece-in-law or nephew-in-law is the spouse of one’s nephew/niece, or the nephew/niece of one’s spouse. A co-niece-in-law or co-nephew-in-law is the spouse of one’s niece-in-law or nephew-in-law. A sororal niece or sororal nephew is the child of one’s sister.