If My Cousin Has a Child What Is That Child to Me?

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A cousin's child is called first cousin removed. If the cousin has grandchildren, then they will be called first cousins twice removed. However, in casual speech, it is usually better to just call them by their name.
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isn't it second cousin?
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Your cousin's child would typically be referred to as a distant cousin. ChaCha!
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You would be third cousins. It's one more generation off.
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