relative (family member) = krÅv mishpakhah (×§×¨×•×‘ ×ž×©×¤×—×”)
relative (adjective) = relativi (×¨×œ×˜×™×‘×™)
(family member) ×§×¨×•×‘ ×ž×©×¤×—×” (krov mishpakha)
(in science) ×¨×œ×˜×™×‘×™ (relativi)
niece = akhyanit (אחיינית)
male cousin = ben dod (×‘×Ÿ ×“×•×“)
female cousin = bat doda (×‘×ª ×“×•×“×”)
dear male cousin = leben dod sheli hayakar (×œ×‘×Ÿ ×“×•×“ ×©×œ×™ ×”×™×§×¨)
dear female cousin = lebat doda sheli hayekara (×œ×‘×ª ×“×•×“×” ×©×œ×™ ×”×™×§×¨×”)
akhyanit (××—×™×™× ×™×ª)
krov mishpacha (×§×¨×•×‘ ×ž×©×¤×—×”)
The English language has no word for your brother's daughter other than "niece."
niece = sobrina
Your niece is the daughter of your brother or sister.
The plural form of niece is nieces. French word for niece is niyce.
My niece's golden hair is nicely braided.
I left my wallet at my niece's house. My niece's sister is going to be very successful.
The word nieces' is the plural possessive form of the word niece (a female child of your brother or sister). Example sentence: Both of my nieces' birthdays are in May.
The plural possessive is: nieces' The plural is: niece's
There is no Hebrew word for "an." There is no indefinite article in Hebrew.
Yes, the noun niece, as a word for a person is a concrete noun.
Yes, the noun 'niece' is a common noun, a word for the daughter of one's brother or sister, or of one's brother-in-law or sister-in-law; a word for any niece of anyone.The proper noun would be the name of the niece.
The word 'niece' is a common noun, a general word for the daughter of a sibling or the daughter of a spouse's sibling; a word for anyone's niece.A common noun is capitalized only when it's the first word in a sentence.A proper noun is the name or title of a specific person, place, or thing.A proper noun is always capitalized.In the sentence, "Tributes given by Niece Becci.", the word niece is functioning as Becci's title and is capitalized as a proper noun.In the sentence, "Tributes given by my niece, Becci.", the noun niece is a common noun, a word for the identity of Becci as related to the speaker.