Sons and daughters of siblings-in-law are also referred to as nephews and
nieces respectively, even though there is no blood relation. The word nephew is
Who the dickens is your third cousin once removed? your great-grandaunt? your
... IN-LAWS: If your brother or sister gets married, his/her new spouse becomes
your ... sister(brother)-in-law does not become related to you, only in-laws to your
Jul 7, 2010 ... For example, my sister's husband is my brother-in-law, but is his ... and their
children – are they any kind of in-laws to my sister or me? ... Wikipedia does
mention the term 'cousin-in-law' ie. the spouse of an individual's cousin.
Assuming you mean the wife of your spouse's brother. ... to the children of either
couple (who are themselves double cousins to the children of ...
Aug 30, 2013 ... So this article is an attempt to help you fathom out your family tree, or at least ... I
can't tell (without more context) if your brother-in-law is your sister's ... had several
phrases to describe first cousin relationships more precisely, ...
If your mother or father is not an only child, you also have aunts and / or ... (or
father's) niece, while a male cousin is the nephew of your mother and father. ...
The term in-law is also used to describe your relationship with the spouses of
your siblings. So the husband of your sister becomes your brother-in-law, while
"Blood kin" would be someone who is kin to you by birth. There are also "blood ...
If this male marries your sibling, he is also your brother (see in-law). ... COUSIN:
A cousin is someone you share a common grandparent(s) (great, etc.) with.
Nov 19, 2009 ... Edward is therefore Judith's brother-in-law, and Michael is Susan's brother-in-law
. ... brother's wife and ask me "When did you/your brother get married? ... It would
not be as interesting had the double cousins not married each other and ... the
notion that my wife's sister's husband is my "...
Nov 22, 2011 ... I am your father's brother's nephew's cousin's former roommate. ... Who is your “
great great aunt”, and how can you find your “first cousin twice removed” ..... your
relations – for example, your brother's wife is your sister-in- law.
You don't go back to a great grandfather to show that first cousins are also
second cousins ... Now we might ask, "What is my (first) cousin's child to me? ...
Your spouse's brother is your brother-in-law but (in this context) not a blood