== NO she is not related to you. == No, she is not your cousin at all even though she's your husband's cousin. You are not blood relatives. If you like her you could put her down for a personal reference for a job, but other than that you don't have to mention her at all for a job.
Your husband's third cousin is just considered your third cousin through marriage.
Your husband's cousin's sister is also your husband's cousin. You are not related to your husband's cousin.
Cousin through marriage.
The common house cat is considered to the domestic cousin of the tiger. Cats are also considered to be the cousin of lions as well.
I think that you call them your cousin in law because its pretty much the same concept as a sister in law... its your husbands cousin so it would be a cousin in law
Only you hold the key to why you had an affair with your husband's cousin. It's called cheating for one.
Yeah, but it would be a little weird
Your parent would be a first cousin. She would be your husbands first cousin once removed.
He/She would be considered your second cousin.
that would be the persons brother-in laws-cousin which would be too frickin far to have any sort of real name!!!!!!
no a cousin-in-law is not considered family in any legal purpose
A first cousin is definitely considered to be a relative.
Your brother's cousin is also your cousin.
The two are out of synch from the common ancestor by one generation. They would be first cousins once removed.
Yes, for example if a first cousin of yours had a child it would be considered your second cousin.
You would call your husband's cousin by name or "my husband's cousin." In the English language and culture, the cousin of your spouse is not considered to be related to you.
No, your mother's first cousin is your first cousin once removed. Her second cousin is your second cousin once removed. Your mother's sister is your aunt.
It is your cousin also
He is your second cousin also
Not unless you share a common ancestor.
Your husband's first cousin never was related to you. You might have called that person "my husband's first cousin." If you continue a relationship with that person after your husband's death, there is nothing preventing you from continuing to use that phrase.
It would be acceptable to call your husband's cousin a cousin, however the term "cousin-in-law" is also acceptable and less ambiguous.
Well, your cousin's brother is also your cousin, and a cousin's son is also your cousin.
One way a cousin could also be your nephew is if your sibling married a cousin and had a son. As the son of your sibling, he is your nephew. As the son of your cousin, he is your cousin, once removed.
Your cousin certainly has cousins to whom you are related. But your cousin can also have cousins to whom you are notrelated.