Cousin in Law
Cousin through marriage.
The relative of someone who is married into your family is never of any relation to you. So you sister's husband's cousin is not related to you in any way. Which, of course, is not to say that they can't feellike family.
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
My brothers-in-law are my sisters' misters. I don't know which of the sisters' husbands he is.
Your husband's third cousin is just considered your third cousin through marriage.
no there not cousin their sisters
Your 2nd cousin
Your cousin in law
No you shouldn't date your sisters cousin because its wrong and he or she is related by blood.
Ummm... I think so because the sister's cousin has to be related to you unless she is a stepsister.
Your second cousin is the grandchild of one of your grandparent's brothers or sisters. Your third cousin is the great grandchild of one of your great grandparent's brothers or sisters.
Well, it depends how close you are to your husbands family. If you really want to know they are cousins-in-law.
Your husband's cousin's sister is also your husband's cousin. You are not related to your husband's cousin.
Only you hold the key to why you had an affair with your husband's cousin. It's called cheating for one.
He is your cousin
Let's see if we can unravel this. Your sister's husband's father's brother is your sister's husband's uncle. The uncle's daughter is your sister's husband's cousin. There is no relationship to your sister, unless your sister wants to call her a cousin-in-law. To break it down to its simplest terms: She is your brother-in-law's cousin and no relationship to you.
Yeah, but it would be a little weird
Cousin and cousin-in-law
Your mothers sisters Granddaughter is your second cousin
Hopefully your cousin