What Relation Is My Mothers Cousin to Me?

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My mothers cousin's relation to me is termed as first cousins once removed. The 'once removed' means that one of the two relatives is one generation removed from being a first cousin with the other. The word 'removed 'is used only when it involves going down the family tree.
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If your mother's cousin is her first cousin, that person would be a first cousin, once removed, to you. Also, if the shared ancestor is the grandparent of one individual and the great-grandparent of the other, the individuals are said to be “first cousins once removed”.
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The child of your mother's first cousin is your second cousin. The child of your mother's second cousin is your third cousin. etc.
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