Are the siblings of your sister's husband considered your in laws?
Your sister's husband is your in-law (your brother-in-law). His siblings are not related to you.
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No. In the languages f the cultures derived from Europe, your sister is your husband's sister-in-law but her husband is not related to your husband.
Your sister's husband is your brother-in-law. Unless you are Ronan Farrow, Woody Allens and Mia Farrows natural son. "He's my father married to my sister. That makes me his son and his brother-in-law" Hooray for that!
In the cultures based on the European languages, your wife's sister is your sister-in-law. Her husband is not related to you. In India, a wife's sister's husband may be called "Co-Brother."
I imagine you are talking about your spouse's sibling's spouse (your wife's sister's husband). No.
She could be called alot of things, depends if u like her or not, but i think the term u might be looking for is uncle in law.
There is no legal reason why you can't, though you would need to show proof of her death via death certificate before you could actually marry. The only problem would be other peoples' reactions when they find that you & your late sisters husband are getting married. As long as you are both ready to… deal with whatever negativity others throw at you because of this, thee's no reason you can not. You should, however, give it some real thought & be absolutely certain it's something you want to do & make sure you are not doing it for the wrong reasons. (MORE)
Yes. You are the aunt of your sister's children and anyone you marry is their uncle.
No. You husband is your sister's brother-in-law but in the English-speaking cultures he is not related to your sister's husband. However, your sister's husband is your brother-in-law.
If Jane and John are married, and Jane has a sister, Jane's sister is John's sister-in-law. Jane's sister's husband, however, is not related to John, although he is Jane's brother-in-law.
just call him by his name you shouldn't need to call him a brother PS i am 12 so i dunt no exsaly but tht is my answer xxxxx
Your wife's sister's husband is your wife's brother-in-law, but is not considered to be related to you.
He's called your uncle becasue your mother's sisters are your aunts and the people married to them are your uncles (assuming that they're men).
Your husband's sister is your "sister-in-law". This means you are related to her "by law." Whether you should consider her husband to be related to you is a matter of opinion, but most people in the western culture do not.
He is your brother in law.. He would probably appreciate it if you called him by his first name. : )
The English language has no term for a relationship between you and your husband's sister's husband. Most people would not consider her to be related to you. You could call her your sister-in-law's husband.
No, that person is not related to you. The only brother-in-law you have is your sister's husband or your spouse's brother.
You might want to call him your "former brother-in-law," especially if there are children who are your nieces and nephews. If you really like him, you can continue to call him your brother-in-law, if you want to.
You could call him by his name, or more generally as your 'brother in law'
Your sister's husband is your brother-in-law. It does not matter whether you speak of your elder sister or another sister, the same term is used for the husband of any one of your sisters.
your husband's sister = your sister in law sister's husband = your brother in law
Hes you co uncle in law.But you may just think of him as other uncle. But hes not you uncle same way as you Sister Brother or you Aunt hunsband.
Answer By his name. You could call him cousin to include him verbally in your family but other than being your cousin's husband, he is no relation to you. Answer Your cousin's sister is also your cousin. However, your cousin's spouse is not related to you.
Your sister's daughter is your niece and you are either her aunt or her uncle. The English language has no term for your niece's husband, other than calling him "niece's husband."
Your husband's sister is your sister-in-law. Her husband is your husband's brother-in-law. But your sister-in-law's husband is not related to you .
Your father's sister is your aunt. Her sister-in-law is either the wife of her brother or the sister of her husband. The wife of your aunt's brother is either your father's wife (your mother) or another of his sisters, and thus your aunt. The sister of your aunt's husband is not related to you.
Your wife's sister is your sister-in-law. You are not related to your wife's sister's husband.
Your mother's sister's husband's sister is your aunt's sister-in-law, but is not related to you. Here's why: Your mother's sister is your aunt. The sister of a woman's husband would be her sister-in-law. In this case the woman is your aunt. So your mother's sister's husband's sister would… be your aunt's sister-in-law. (MORE)
Your husband's sister is your sister-in-law. Your husband's sister's husband is your husband's brother-in-law. But you are not related to your husband's sister's husband
Your sister's husband is your brother-in-law. You are his sister-in-law if you are a woman or his brother-in-law if you are a man.
Your husband's sister's husband is not related to you. But he is your husband's brother-in-law. Another answer: There's no legal recognition for, or definition of, in-law relationships, so they can be described in any way that accords with your family's own customs. My cousin's spouse is still …my cousin, and my husband's siblings' spouses are still my siblings in law. (MORE)
In cultures based on the English language, and other western European cultures, you are not related to your husband's sister's husband. Most people would call him either "my sister-in-law's husband" or "my husband's brother-in-law."
Yes. Your spouse's sister's husband is your spouse's brother in law, and therefore your brother in law as well.
No. Your Aunt's husband is related to her by her marriage, and therefore he is related to you and your mother by the marriage also. There is no blood relation. Blood relation means containing the same blood line.
Your sister's husband is your brother-in-law, but in conversation you would not use that term as a title, but would call him by name.
If your husband's brother's wife can be called sister-in-law then why husband's sister's husband is not related to you or it is said that there is no term in English to define this relation?
Your husband's brother's wife or your husband's sister's husband have no relation to you. Your brother's or sister's wife or husband is called a sister or brother in-law. You are only related by the marriage between them and your sibling.
If your husband's brother's wife is called sister-in-law then why it is said that your husband's sister's husband is not related to you and why there is no term in English to define this relation?
Your husband's brother's wife is not your sister-in-law. She is not related to you, just as your husband's sister's husband is not related to you. The reason the English language does not have a term for your relationship to the spouse of your spouse's sibling goes back to the way speakers of t…he root languages of English lived and how they thought about family relationships. It is apparent that they did not feel a need to trace wide horizontal family relationships. (MORE)
Drink some beer, ask him about his job, talk about sports, work on your cars, and go fishing. What else do guys like to do?
Why parents-siblings often feels insecure of son-brother's wife but do not feel of daughter-sister's husband?
Some women try to force their way into the family if it is not open and going out of their way to include her. Some women will expect to be treated like the favorite daughter of her in-laws, and call them mom and dad before a man will with his in-laws. The women in the family see this as being false… and very arrogant. If that son or brother stops coming around as often then, they feel she is controlling him and pulling him away from the family because she is not being excepted in the capacity that she wants. On the other hand men seem to stay back and ease into the family and don't seem to have any expectations of the family at all. He feels he is an addition to the family and that only time can make him part of the family. Usually the only time he will inject himself into any family politics for the first few years is if his wife is being yelled at or mistreated and he is standing there when it happens. Women seem to jump right in to the discussions and voice her opinions within just a few weeks of marriage if she hadn't started before. That makes the other people feel like she is speaking out of turn and they feel like if she is talking about and forming open opinions of other family members so soon that she is probably talking about them to other people as well. (MORE)
Is considering wife as priority means to be a henpecked husband and do not consider about the feelings of parents and siblings?
A man and wife should have good communication skills and thus this earns the respect from each of them. Wife and family should come before parents. Men who sit down with their wives and communicate any problems they may have are less likely to be henpecked. Wives may henpeck a husband because she is… unhappy about a situation and if there is a lack of communication skills the wife may continue to henpeck the husband out of sheer frustration. To honor; love; respect and be faithful and to consider each other as equal partners in life is the way to a healthy relationship. (MORE)
Your father's sister is your aunt and her husband is your uncle. Some would say "uncle by marriage."
No. Your husband's brother-in-law would be your brother or the husband of your husband's sister. Your sister is your husband's sister-in-law . Your sister's husband is your brother-in-law but the English language has no term to describe a relationship between your husband and your sister's… husband. In everyday English usage, however, your sister's husband is referred to as your husband's brother-in-law, yes. But it isn't exactly correct. (MORE)
You are not biologically related to your sister's sister-in-law. She's your sister's husband's sister, or your brother's wife (or your wife, if you are male). The English language, and related culture, does not recognise a relationship between you and your sister's sister-in-law when the sister-in-…law is the sister of your borther-in-law. (MORE)
Where polygamy is illegal it is illegal to marry someone's husband. If this man is someone's husband, he is not permitted to marry anyone else. However, if your mother's sister (your aunt ) is deceased you could marry her husband in most countries. He is not related to you by blood.
Well your cousin's sister must still be your cousin so her husband would also be your cousin
Once your sister died, her husband (now her widower) ceased to be your brother-in-law in a formal sense, although if there is a bond between you there is nothing to prevent you from calling him your brother-in-law, even after he remarries. Their children continue to be your nieces and nephews, so so…me relations ship will continue in any case. (MORE)
No, your sister-in-law's husband is not considered to be related to you, unless she is your sister-in-law because she married your brother. Then he is your brother.
Your husband's sister is your sister-in-law. Her husband is not related to you, but is your husband's brother-in-law.
The mother of your sister's husband is your sister's mother-in-law. The English language has no specific term for a family relationship with your sister's mother-in-law, and you are not considered to be related to each other.
If he maintains a relationship with your family and you want to treat him as a brother-in-law, then he is, otherwise not.
Yes, provided she did not divorce him andespecially if your sister had children by him.