What Relation Is My Cousin's Child to Me?

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The relation of a cousin's child is not a second cousin as many would believe it to be. The actual relation of a cousin's child is a cousin once removed.
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Your cousin’s child is your second cousin. Children of your first cousins are your first cousins once removed, meaning they are one generation distant from you. Children of your first cousins are second cousins to your children. If your cousin is your first cousin, then his son is your first cousin, once removed.
Well, you and your first cousin's children are second cousins. Your children and your first cousin's children are third cousins. First cousins share the same grandparents.
The appropriate name for addressing your cousin's is niece or nephew. Nephew is for a boy and in return, he will address you as aunt or uncle. Niece is the vice versa with regards to gender.
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