A minor is placed with foster parents by means of a court order. That being the case the minor would need permission of the court to legally change residences or he or she would likely encounter problems with the state agency that oversees the foster care and welfare of said minor.
Your father's maternal grandmother is your great-grandmother.
Yes. "Maternal" means "related to you mother." "Grandmother" means "mother of your parent." Therefore "maternal grandmother" is the grandmother who is related to your mother, hence the mother of your mother.
Your maternal grandmother is the mother of your mother. Similarly your paternal grandmother is the mother of your father, paternal grandfather is father of your father and maternal grandfather is father of your mother.
Your father's mother is your paternal grandmother. Your mother's mother is your maternal grandmother.Paternal on the male side. Maternal on the female side.
A grandmother is a grandmother, whether she died before the grandchild was born or years after. If she died long before the grandchild was born, she may not know when she became a grandmother, but that is another matter. The English language does not have a word or phrase for a grandparent who died before the grandchild was born. If you absolutely require a phrase, the proper description would be "deceased grandmother" or "dead grandmother."
maternal grandmother = mormor paternal grandmother = farmor
Shímásání ( my maternal grandmother )Shinálí ( my paternal grandmother)
Maternal refers to your mother and paternal to your father. My maternal grandmother lives in Scotland, but my paternal grandmother lives just down the street.
Her paternal grandmother was a Queen Consort. Her maternal grandmother was a Countess.
Since there is no such thing as a "fraternal" grandmother-- the word fraternal refers to brothers-- you may be asking about his maternal (mother's side) or paternal (father's side) grandmother. Both of his grandmothers are deceased.
Your maternal great-grandmother is either of your mother's two grandmothers. Your father's would be called paternal.
If your maternal grandmother is Jewish, her children are Jewish, including your mother, your mother's siblings, and all of your mother's children. If your paternal grandmother is Jewish and your maternal grandmother isn't, then you're not Jewish according to Torah-law.
maternal grandfather -maternal grandmother
In Hebrew, there is no distinction between paternal grandmother and maternal grandmother. Each is addressed with the same word: savta (????)
Her maternal grandmother was Cecilla Bowles-Lyon. Her paternal grandmother was Queen Mary
Marie was her maternal grandmother and Helen was her paternal grandmother.
Niam Tais - maternal grandmother Pog - paternal grandmother
the short story is about two grandmothers. one being the paternal grandmother an the other being the maternal grandmother. the maternal grandmother lives in rural poverty an the paternal grandmother lives in the modern society.
Your paternal or maternal grandmother.
Other than Obed, we do not know any of David's grandparents (his paternal grandmother, his maternal grandfather, and his maternal grandmother are not mentioned in the Bible).