What does "a cousin once removed" mean?

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There are no results for 'cousin once removed'. However, the term 'first cousin once removed' is used to mean two people who are first cousins but one of them is a generation ahead of the other. In other words the first cousin once removed is the child of one's first cousin. A cousin is terminology used to mean a child of one's uncle or aunt.
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Your cousin once removed is the child of your cousin who is not described as removed, or the parent of your cousin who is not removed. For example, your second cousin once removed
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The remove (once removed, twice removed, etc. indicates the # of
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Its your 3rd cousins kid. Once removed means theyre removed by a generation.
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Identification "Twice removed" refers to relationships that cross generational lines (two generations in this instance) but are not on a direct line. For instance, your
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A cousin once removed refers to two individuals who have the common ancestor who happens to be grandparent of one cousin and the great-grandparent of the other cousin. These two individuals belong to one generation who are different from each other.
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