What do I call my grand niece’s daughter
Grandniece and great-niece are interchangeable terms that describe the daughter of a person’s niece or nephew.
Grandniece aligns more traditionally with the term grandson, but “great” in the expression great-niece means one generation removed, according to the website Grammarphobia..
Can I marry my grandmother’s sister’s son
as you are a hindu you can do this marriage under hindumarriage act as this does not falls under prohibited relations. this is not a sapinda relationship. only thing that you must have completed the age of 18 yrs and yur hubby 21.
How am I related to my grandma’s sister
Your grandmother’s sister (or sister-in-law) is most correctly called your grandaunt. However great aunt is the more commonly, although inaccurately, used term. Likewise your grandmother’s brother is your granduncle, or commonly great uncle.
What am I to my cousins child
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 a great granduncle
noun. an uncle of one’s grandfather or grandmother.
What does my grand niece call me
You are the great aunt/uncle and they are your grand niece/nephew.
What is my grandmother’s sister’s child to me
Your grandma’s sister’s daughter would be your mother’s first cousin and your 1st Cousin once removed. You and her child would be second cousins, her child and yours would be 2nd cousins once removed.
What are my great aunts grandchildren to me
Your aunts child is your first cousin. Her grandchild is your first cousin ONCE REMOVED. If you have a great aunt she is the sister of one of your four grandparents. Your great aunts children would be your second cousins and her grandchildren your second cousins once removed.
What do I call my mom’s cousin
first cousinYour mother’s cousin is called your first cousin, once removed. First cousins share the same set of grandparents on either their mother’s or father’s side, while “once-removed” indicates the grandparents are from different generations.
Are 3rd cousins blood related
Are third cousins blood related? Third cousins are always considered to be relatives from a genealogical perspective, and there is about a 90% chance that third cousins will share DNA. With that said, third cousins who do share DNA only share an average of . 78% of their DNA with each other, according to 23andMe.
What is a great great-grandchild
/ˌɡreɪtˈɡræn.tʃaɪld/ plural great-grandchildren. the child of your grandchild (= the child of your son or daughter): We have two grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
What relation is my great grandfather’s sister to me
Considering the immediate family members of more distant generations gets more complicated: Your grandfather’s sister is a grand-aunt (sometimes referred to as a great-aunt). The brother of your second great grandmother or (great-great-grandmother) is your second great granduncle (or great-great-granduncle).