Are you related to your cousin's cousin?

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A cousin is a relative with whom one shares a common ancestor. The relations of first cousins are of two people who share a grandparent. It also refers to the son or daughter of an uncle or aunt.
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They are also your cousins.
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The child of your first cousin is your first cousin once removed
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The first relationship in the chain is the first couple, or common ancestor, in a line of relatives. The children of that couple are siblings (brothers and sisters) These rules apply
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Second cousins.
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1 Additional Answer
Children of first cousins are called second cousins. The term removed can be used when referring to the children or parents of cousins. Your first cousins' children are your first cousins once removed, their children will be your first cousins twice removed.
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