What do you call your grandmother's cousin?
Your grandmother's first cousin is first cousin, once removed to your mother or your father, and your first cousin, twice removed.
your second cousin
There is no relation between you and your grandmother's cousin-in-law's grandson.
What is the relationship of great grandmothers' greatt grandchildren to great grandmothers' brothers' children?
1st cousin 2x removed
My cousin will inherit my grandmothers estate when she dies.
second cousin once removed.
Then it's your 6th cousin.
Your great grandmothers great nephew is a second cousin to one of your parents, and therefore is your second cousin, once removed.
Your great grandmother's grandson is your father, your uncle, or your first cousin once removed.
They call you their cousin also!
you call your mums cousin a 2nd cousin, because your mums cousin is her 1st cousin, wich makes your mums cousin your 2nd cousin.
Gram? is that her grandmother if it is then it is your great grandmother
Your grandmother's sisters are your Great Aunts.
Yes, you grandmother's great nephew is the grandchild of her sister or brother and thus your second cousin. The mother/father of the great nephew would be first cousin to one of your parents.
The grandmother in Spanish is "la abuela"
Your grandmothers sister and husband's grandfather are cousins what does that make your husband and you?
If your grandmother's sister was a cousin (presumably first cousin) to your husband's grandfather, then your grandmother was also first cousin to your husband's grandfather. You and your husband have a great great grandparent in common and are third cousins to each other.
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.
they would be your cousin so what ever you call your cousin
The brother of your wife's cousin is also her cousin. You can call either of them "my wife's cousin." You are not related to them.
What do you call two grandmothers related by different grandchildren if my grandson has an older half brother with a different grandmother?
There is no word in the English language for a relationship between grandmothers of related grandchildren
cousin in law
Second cousin. Your grandmother's sister would be your great aunt. Her children would be you and your parents first cousins. Their children would be second.
Your 2nd cousin
ur second cousin
The daughter of your first cousin is your first cousin, once removed.
Ruth Russell Williams was born in Townsville, North Carolina. She was my grandmothers cousin so you know our family is very proud of her
You would call them your third cousin or second nice or nephew basically
Your grandfather's first cousin in your first cousin, twice removed.
Your first cousin is your son's first cousin, once removed.
The child of you father's first cousin is your second cousin.
call the claims department and ask.
Sometimes baba sometimes baka but they both mean the same thing
Your nanny is not (usually) related to you and neither is her cousin.
Since the cousin is from your half uncle's wife's side of the family the cousin would not be your cousin.
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
Your husband's cousin is not related to you, and neither is his wife. When talking about him, you would call him "my husband's cousin." When addressing him directly, you should call him by his personal name name or his professional title, if he has one and the circumstances are very formal. If you must call him by a family relationship term for politeness and formality, you can call him "cousin" if you like, since the… Read More
Cousin. First cousin to be exact.
The child of your first cousin is your first cousin, once removed. The child of your second cousin is your second cousin, once removed.
The child of your first cousin is your first cousin, once removed. The child of your second cousin is your second cousin, once removed. And so forth.
In Yiddish, it's "babba." Many American Jews affectionately call their grandmothers "bubbie"
I have lived in Scotland for many years and in my opinion the most common word for grandmother is "granny".
What do you call your grandfather's cousin's son. Also what do you call the next level down ie your grandfather's cousin's son's children?
The son of your grandfather's First Cousin is your parent's Second Cousin and your Second Cousin, once removed. The grandson of your grandfather's First Cousin is your parent's Second Cousin, once removed, and your Third Cousin.
Your mother's first cousin is your first cousin, once removed. Your mother's first cousin, once removed is your second cousin. Your mother's second cousin is your second cousin, once removed.
you call them your cousin.
I would just call her by her name.
I think your dad's first cousin would be your first cousin, once removed.
Your cousin's cousin may also be your cousin of one sort or another, or may not be related to you at all.