Q:

Who is a nephew-in-law?

A:

Quick Answer

A nephew-in-law is either the husband of a niece or the nephew of a spouse. In-laws are normally categorized into two types: spouse's relatives and relative's spouses.

Continue Reading

Full Answer

Exceptions to this definition exist in cases with more than one marriage. Other cases where the term nephew-in-law is applicable include:

  1. When a person addresses the husband of a brother's daughter (fraternal nephew-in-law)
  2. When a person addresses the husband of a brother-in-law's daughter
  3. When a person addresses the husband of a sister's daughter (sororal nephew-in-law)
  4. When a person addresses the husband of a sister-in-law's daughter
Learn more about Genealogy

Related Questions

Explore