What Does Paternal Grandparents Mean?

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Paternal grandparents are the parents to your father and they are your grandfather or your grandmother. Most relatives who belong to your father's side are your paternal relatives. The opposite of paternal grandparents is maternal grandparents; who belong to your mother's side.
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