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What do you call your nephew's wife?
The English language has no special name for a nephew's wife and does not consider you to be related to you. You would simply call her "my nephew's wife."
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Your great great nephew's child is your great great great niece or great great great nephew, depending on the sex of the child.
Your nephew's child is your great niece (if a girl) or your great nephew (if a boy).
You are your nephew's aunt/uncle,,, his children are your grandnieces/nephews,, his grandson is your great-grandnephew.
You would call your nephew's wife "my nephew's wife." The English language does not have a relationship called niece-in-law. That is a modern construction invented by those wh…o think there ought to be a name for that. You could also call her "my brother's [or my sister's] daughter-in-law."
Answer grand nephew/neice or great nephew/neice
what would my sister's son's daughter be to me? Your sisters son is of course your nephew,You are his Aunt... Your Nephews daughter would be your great-neice,you would be her… great-Aunt.
Some would call your nephew's children your grand nephews and grand nieces, others would call then your great nephews and great nieces.
Your nephew's son is your great nephew and you are his great aunt or great uncle.
Your nephew's wife is not your niece. She is not related to you.
There is no relationship term to describe your nephew's wife.
The English language does not have a specific term for the wife of your nephew. If referring to her other than by name, you would simply call her "my nephew's wife" or, if you… want to be more distant, "my great nephew's mother." It is quite normal to describe her as your niece. All of the foregoing answer is simply pussyfooting.
Your husband's nephew is also your nephew, some would add "by marriage" but that has little bearing in common usage. So the nephew's daughter is your great niece.
The traditional terms were "great-nephew" and "great-niece" but grandnephew and grandniece are identically defined: the children of a niece or nephew, i.e. grandchildren of a …brother or sister. The terms may have first been used circa 1804.