What is a grandparent?

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A grandparent is the father or mother of your mother and father. Each person has a maximum of four grandparents. However, they may increase if they have their own siblings. In African culture, the grandparents were responsible for teaching the young ones about the morals and values that are important in the society.
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(grănd'pâr'ənt, -păr'-, grăn'-) n. A parent of one's mother or father; a grandmother or grandfather. grandparental grand'pa·ren'tal ( -pə-rĕ
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grand·par·ent
[gran-pair-uhnt, -par-, grand-]
NOUN
1.
a parent of a parent.
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