who is a grand nephew

who is a grand nephew

  1. An ancestral nephew is the grandson of a brother or sister (and also, the grandson of the brother or sister of the spouse (s)?). In other words, the grand-nephew is the son of a nephew (ts), that is, a man in relation to his uncle or his parent.

    The opposite attitude is a great-uncle and a great-aunt, that is, if a man belongs to someone with his grand-nephew, then those in turn are his great-uncles and grandmothers.

    Note: from the previous sentence, the conclusion suggests that it would be more logical for a grand nephew to be called a cousin of a grandson, so that in a reciprocal relationship there would be both a cousin (cousin) and an indication of the difference in generations (grandson / granddaughter grandfather / grandmother). However, for historical reasons, they named it as mentioned above (in the existing name there is also an indication of the degree of kinship: nephew #8776; cousin, and the difference in generations: grandchildren # 8776; two generations younger), and the notions of a great grandson as such there is no language at all. Because of this, there is a certain shift in the names of these family relationships and the reverse to them; cf. mutually inverse concepts: great-uncle grandfather grand-nephew, second cousin grandchild grand cousin nephew, etc.

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  2. This is the grandson of your sister (brother)
  3. son of a niece
  4. If you have a grand-nephew, that is the son of your brother or sister, then you are accordingly - grandfather.
    So I, for example, became a grandmother in 25 years, because my sister's daughter gave birth to a girl, for me she is a grandniece.
  5. You have a son, he is a grand-nephew of your own aunts and uncles.

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