She would also tend to call her older male cousin "kuya". ... The term "kuya" is
actually likely to applied to any older male who is within her ... You would call
Who the dickens is your third cousin once removed? your great-grandaunt? your
... the family of your new sister(brother)-in-law does not become related to you, ...
... relation. Saying your cousin in law's sister would be the easiest and most
understandable approach. ... What relation is your cousins sister-in-law to you?
Here's a guide to who's who in the family structure. Second cousin ... Niece and
nephew Son and daughter of your siblings and siblings-in-law. As with uncle and
... First cousin, full cousin, cousin-german Children of your parents' brothers and
sisters. You and your first cousins share one set of grandparents. Double first ...
Your cousin's wife is your cousin-in-law because you are only related by
marriage and not by blood. The "-in-law" suffix can describe the relationship
I am married to a first cousin and a couple of Christian friends told her that this is
... You must never have sexual relations with a close relative, for I am the Lord. ...
Before God established these laws, marriage between brothers and sisters was ...
Your mother's sisters children are your first cousins, 0 times removed. 0 times
removed because you are in the same generation. First cousins ...
Learn the terms and how to use a relationship chart on Genealogy.com. ... If
someone walked up to you and said "Howdy, I'm your third cousin, twice removed
Jul 10, 2007 ... Because her cousin is my brother's wife wich makes my brother's wife ... in-law to
get divorced until after you marry your former cousin in law.
cousin-in-law (plural cousins-in-law). Husband or wife of one's cousin. Cousin of
one's husband or wife. Husband or wife of cousin of one's husband or wife.