What is a female uncle?
Maternal uncle: hadá'í (male speaker) hayáázh (female speaker) Paternal Uncle: hazhé'é Yázhí Mother's sister's husband and father's sister's husband: haadaaní In Navajo, family terms like this must be in a possessive form. To say my uncle take away the ha and add "shi". To say your uncle add "ni". His/her/it's uncle "bi". Our or your uncle add "nihi" There are more but I will keep it simpler.
Your brother's grandchild is your great niece (girl) or great nephew (boy). You are their great aunt (if female) or great uncle (if male) Your brother's grandchild'd (great grandchild) is your great grandniece (girl) or great grandnephew (boy). You are their great-great aunt (if female) or great-great uncle (if male) Your grandchild is your brothers grandnephew.
Your uncle through marriage is the husband of your aunt, the sister of your father or mother. All of your aunt's nieces (the daughters of her siblings) are also his nieces. So you (if your are female) and our sisters are nieces of your uncle through marriage, as are the other daughters of the siblings of your parents. Also, your uncle through marriage has nieces who are the daughters of his bothers and sisters. They…