What does "first cousin twice removed" mean?

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A cousin twice removed is a child of one's uncle or aunt, who has a common ancestor with another. In such a scenario, the grandparent of one cousin is the great-grandparent of the other cousin. The cousins are therefore one generation apart from each other.
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A first cousin twice removed simply means that there is a two generation difference between you and your cousin. It implies that you are two generations younger than a first cousin from your grandmother side. As such, you and your grandmother's first cousin are first cousins twice removed.
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