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Avunculate marriage - Wikipedia

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Avunculate marriage is marriage between an uncle and a niece or between an aunt and a nephew (second-degree relative). In some societies avunculate marriage is prohibited as a form of incest, while ...

Relationship Terms - Oak Road Systems

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Apr 13, 2016 ... Aunt, Uncle, Niece, Nephew; Godparents; Honorary Aunts and Uncles ... Different languages have different terms for relationships, and even .... If I want to refer collectively to the blood relatives of my spouse, I can call them “my in-laws". .... Your mother's cousin is C1, and her great-grandson Joe would be ...

Is That My Niece? Is That My Nephew? Find Out. Avuncular DNA Test

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... whether two individuals are related, such as Aunt to Nephew/Niece or Uncle to ... This is an indirect test to determine a family relationship and can be useful if the ... The mother's participation is encouraged to eliminate her half of the child's DNA, ... visitation or death benefits get the Chain-of-Custody Avuncular DNA ...

Aunt and Niece: The Unique Relationship | WeHaveKids

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Jun 6, 2016 ... Sharilee has been an aunt since 2001, when her first niece was born. .... things that aunts (and also uncles) can do for their nieces or nephews.

Getting Involved With Your Nieces and Nephews - Forever Families

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Aunts and uncles can influence their nieces and nephews just by what they do, without ... Through the aunt's unique relationship with her niece, she may have ...

Relationships

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If a child has the same name as his father, can you correctly call him "the second" if ... IN-LAWS: If your brother or sister gets married, his/her new spouse becomes your ... The children of your nieces/nephews (your siblings' grandchildren) are your ... GRANDAUNT/UNCLE: The siblings of your parents are your aunts/uncles.

Relationship Terms - Gordon Bush Family Links

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In many cases, not only does the child have their birth-surname changed, but their first and middle names as ... You would be her (your aunts) niece or nephew .

How am I related to my nephew's child? | Reference.com

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When someone's nephew has a child, that child is considered a grandniece or a ... The terms great-niece and great-nephew are also appropriate for this relationship. Children of the nephew can refer to the nephew's aunts or uncles as great ...

kinship terms - When does an aunt's partner or husband become an ...

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May 10, 2011 ... His aunt and I have since married, however, so does this mean I should now be referred to as his uncle? ... Does the marriage need to predate the birth of the niece–nephew? ... being a blood relationship, it may help to remember that it's not uncommon .... If widowed aunt remarries, is her husband “uncle”?

Encyclopedia of Genealogy - Relationships

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Dec 28, 2004 ... Most cultures and languages have special terms to describe close blood ... father, parent, child, sibling, aunt, uncle, niece, nephew, and cousin. ... You can use the chart below to calculate the relationship between two people.