You didn't make it clear if this was just a relationship of getting to know a cousin because you feel like getting to know more of your family or, you feel you love this cousin. When I was your age I did actually love one of my cousins, but he never knew I existed and we were simply "just cousins." It still hurt me that he looked upon me as his cousin and had crushes on other girls. I also can understand loneliness and the fact you may want to feel like there is more family around you. If it's love, then it's not really right to start a love relationship with a cousin because it can get complicated. First cousins genetically are OK as far as having children. There is no scientific proof that marrying a first cousin will cause any problems with the children one could have, but, there is that 1% chance. If you are lonely and you want to have more family around you, then talk to your parents. Just because they haven't talked to your cousin's parents in a long while isn't any reason why you couldn't perhaps visit them, or ask your parents if they could come visit all of you. 15 years old is a magical time of discovering love and also it can be filled with some disappointments and hurt because some people you may love won't love you back. That's normal for all of us. You are learning about yourself right now, so don't rush into anything too quickly. Good luck hon Marcy
There is no actual relationship as you do not share a common ancestor. Most families would refer to them as a cousin.
There is no relationship between the two of you. You do not share a common ancestor. To your husband he would be a second cousin once removed. Most families would refer to them just as a distant cousin.
There is no actual blood relationship. If this was your mother's niece, it would be your first cousin. In most families, she would be referred to as a cousin, even without the blood connection.
No, because there is not relationship called "cousin-in-law."
2nd cousin, but if it's your Dad's 2nd cousin... then your relationship with that cousin would be a 3rd cousin.
No because that would be your cousin
A person's relationship to the child of a cousin is the same as that person's relationship to the cousin, with one remove added. If your cousin is your first cousin, then his son is your first cousin, once removed. If your cousin is your second cousin, then his son is your second cousin, once removed. If your cousin is your first cousin, once removed, then his son is your first cousin, twice removed.
It is your cousin also
cousin in law
If Paul is your first cousin, then he is your mother's nephew, and she is Paul's aunt.If Paul is your second cousin, then he is your mother's first cousin, once removed, (if he and your mother are descended from one of her grandparents) or he is not related to your mother (if he is your cousin because of a relationship on your father's side of the family.)If Paul is your first cousin, once removed, then he is your mother's first cousin or he is related to your father and not to your mother.Other relationships apply depending on what other kind of cousin Paul is to you, always with the possibility that Paul is not related to your mother at all - because your relationship to him comes through your father.
Your cousin's brother is also your cousin, so this is the same as asking what the relationship is between you and your cousin's son. A person's relationship to the child of a cousin is often the same as that person's relationship to the cousin, with one remove added. If your cousin is your first cousin, then his son is your first cousin, once removed. If your cousin is your second cousin, then his son is your second cousin, once removed. If your cousin is your first cousin, once removed, then his son is your first cousin, twice removed - or he might be your second cousin.
The first cousin of your mother's first cousin may be your second cousin, or may not be related to you at all. It depends on how he cousin relationship in your mother's generation is structured.
isn't it second cousin?.
it would be your cousin as well.
That would be your second cousin.
Cousin through marriage.
Your girl friend's cousin. There is no relationship.
The relationship between you and your cousin-in-law is that of marriage rather than blood. Your cousin-in-law is the cousin of your spouse. You might also include the spouse of your spouse's cousin as your cousin-in-law.
They would be 3rd cousins.Grandma-GrandpaMom-Auntyou-cousinson-3nd cousinthe diagram is supposed to show that if your cousin has a baby it would be your son's 3rd cousin because your cousin would be his 2nd cousin.
I am not sure what the relationship with you, your cousin and your daughter. I would hope to think that all of you have a good and loving relationship.
Your grandfather's cousin is your cousin twice removed. Her husband has no direct relationship to you.
He/She would be considered your second cousin.
Tybalt was her cousin.