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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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first cousin once removed.
Call her your nephew's wife, as that is what she is!
a neice in law?
Your nephew's wife is not your niece. She is not related to you.
You are not related to your nephew's wife.
Your nephew's wife is not related to you. To refer to her, you would call her, "My nephew's wife."
There is no special English relationship term to describe a relationship to your nephew's wife. She is not generally considered to be related to you.
Ninec in law
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.
Nomral Only you first cousin spouse is realated to you and thats cousin in law So i guest you can say 2nd cousin in law.
The English language has no specific term for the wife of a nephew. If you need to refer to her other than by her name, you would call her "my nephew's wife."
Your nephew's son would call you his great uncle or great aunt. Some would use the terms grand uncle or grand aunt.
Your great grandmother's nephew is your first cousin, twice removed. In the English language/culture, his wife is not considered to be related to you and there is no specific …term to describe her relationship to you as a relative. Her great uncle is certainly not related to you. If you must refer to that person and do not care to say "the great uncle of my great grandmother's nephew's wife," the other alternative would be something like "the great uncle of the wife of my first cousin, twice removed."
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."
By her name. There is no name for the relationship as there is none.
He feels that marriage is not worth it, having lost his own fiancee due to his greed for money and he has the opinion that his nephew should not have a burden of a wife. F…red points out that he has and always will love his wife. Scrooge's mind changes and he sees Fred happy and content in his life and understands what he himself has lost.
She was never actually named in the book