What would you like to do?
Her name is not given in the original book.
Your brother-in-law's wife? I've hear it referred to it as that before.
I suppose she would be your niece-in-law.
You are your nephew's uncle if you are male, and his aunt if you are female.
The nephew of your uncle's wife is not related to you.
You are your husband's wife. In those cultures that permit a man to have more than one wife at the same time, the English language usually uses the term "sister-wife" for the …relationship between the two (or more) wives of one man.
Well, I really haven't had the opportunity to meet them and make any sort of opinion... If I were you, Grand-uncle, I would call them my grand-nieces and grand-nephews.
A Lords wife is called a Lady.
A brother-in-law or sister-in-law.
Your brother's wife would be called your sister-in-law.
Nothing. There is no relationship.
Why would someone have you move in with them and then not tell their favorite nephew and hsi wife about you?
they might get the wrong idea?.
that would be your niece or if you want to be fussy then your niece in law!
A cousin, in all those difficult cases they are your cousins
Aunt or uncle would be the most common term. The actual term would be great aunt or great uncle.
She would be your "Sister in Law" and you would call her by hergiven name.