What Is My Cousin's Son to Me?

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The relation between you and your cousin's son is that the child is your first nephew as your children will call your cousin's children second cousins. The relationship between cousins is quite complicated as there are 1st cousins, 2nd cousins and even 3rd cousins. Online sites such as oakroadsystems, obliquity and iroots have more information on family and cousin relationships.
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You and your first cousin's child are your first cousins, 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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Your dads cousin would be your second cousin. A second cousin is a
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Your mother is using the terminology in the standard way. Your first cousin's son would be your first cousin once removed. (geetarman56 appears to be making stuff up off the top of
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Nephew is a term referring to the son of one's sibling or spouse's sibling and niece to the daughter of one's sibling or spouse's sibling. Sons and daughters of siblings-in-law are also referred to as nephews and nieces respectively, even though there is no blood relation.
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