Commonly a person's great-niece and nephew are father and daughter. However, they can also be uncle and niece. Technically, what people call a great-niece is actually a grand-niece. There is also a great grand-niece, whi... More »

The wife of a person's nephew is the individual's niece-in-law. It is accepted by some that in-laws are either direct relatives of someone's spouse or the spouses of someone's direct relative, but the relationship goes n... More »

A niece is the female child of a person's brother or sister. A niece can also be the female child of the brother or sister of a person's spouse. More »

Grandniece and great-niece are interchangeable terms that describe the daughter of a person's niece or nephew. Grandniece aligns more traditionally with the term grandson, but "great" in the expression great-niece means ... More »

The daughter of one's niece or nephew is traditionally referred to as either a grand niece or great niece. Both are widely considered correct, as the child is one additional step removed from the individual in question. ... More »

Dictionary.com explains that a great niece is identified as the daughter of one's niece or nephew. One's niece is defined as the daughter of one's brother or sister. One's nephew is defined as the son of one's brother or... More »

A person's nephew's son would be the person's grand nephew. "Grand" is added to many genealogy relationships as a way to show the addition of one more generation. For example, a person's daughter's child would be referre... More »

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