from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A son of one's nephew or niece.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A son of one's nephew or niece: correlative to granduncle and grandaunt.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun The grandson of one's brother or sister.
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Grandsonof one's sibling.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun a son of your niece or nephew
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Drawing from handwritten notes by Bram Stoker, the horror author’s great-grandnephew is set to pen a Dracula sequel entitled Dracula: The Un-Dead.
Aunt Hetty Vanderveer who was queer and going on to eighty, who couldn't live with a relative for they always wanted to borrow her money, got tangled up in a house on which she had a mortgage, and called her grandnephew, Mr. John Borden to her rescue.
"You seem to forget that I am her nephew that is, her grandnephew.
This includes the head of the Stock Exchange, the head of the Financial Services Authority, and even the prime minister, Lawrence Gonzi, who is a grandnephew of the former Archbishop of Malta.
Jean Cazals for The Wall Street Journal BUZZY PARIS: One of the chicest new addresses to partake in afternoon tea is at the former residence of Napoleon Bonaparte's grandnephew Prince Roland, recently transformed into the Shangri-La Hotel.
Just reading some abbreviated news article about how the great grandnephew of Bram Stoker had co-authored the book, I cringed.
One of the chicest new addresses is close to the Trocadéro, at the former residence of Napoleon Bonaparte's grandnephew Prince Roland, transformed recently into the Shangri-La Hotel.
In 1938 he traveled to Austria from Paris vainly hoping to convince the government to appoint Franz Josef's grandnephew as chancellor.
The company is surviving by importing oysters from Texas and selling them unopened to clients, says Sal Sunseri, the company's vice president and grandnephew of its founder.
When it came to expansion, the museum's board, chaired by Gardner's great-grandnephew Jack Gardner, would not "pull the trigger until May," Ms. Hawley says.