great-great-great-grandfather love

great-great-great-grandfather

Definitions

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. The father of someone's great-great-grandparent.

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • Mr. Obama, whose great-great-great-grandfather on his mother's side is Irish, is on a four-nation European tour.

    Photos of the Day: May 23

  • In 1850, Mr. Obama's great-great-great-grandfather set out for America from the town of Moneygall, which today is home to fewer than 300 people.

    Obama to Start 6-Day Europe Trip in Ireland

  • Many people, however, have commented on the resemblance between me and my great-great-great-grandfather, James Chalfant.

    Girls Go Postal! | Good Health and Happy Days

  • Mr. Obama's great-great-great-grandfather, a shoemaker named Falmouth Kearney, is said to have left Moneygall for America in 1850, during the worst of Ireland's potato famine.

    Obama says US, Ireland Share A 'Blood Link'

  • Then I thought I would try some ancient history, and brought her a little further east (and back into Flanders) to the Tumulus of Pepin the Elder, a Frankish magnate of the early 7th century who was, if I calculate correctly, Charlemagne's great-great-great-grandfather (and therefore probably your ancestor too).

    Dental development

  • In Domaine de la Roman é e-Conti's case, the crus the family has acquired through a process that started with Mr. de Villaine's great-great-great-grandfather, Jacques-Marie Duvault-Blochet, are some of the most sought after in the whole of Burgundy.

    Searching for Perfection

  • Kenneth Morris says he realized his great-great-great-grandfather would not be the last abolitionist in the family when he discovered that slavery hadn't ended with the Civil War.

    150 years after Civil War, descendants deal with legacy

  • Pratt's brother, Parley, a contemporary of Joseph Smith's and one of the church's earliest missionaries, was the great-great-great-grandfather of Huntsman, and the great-great-grandfather of Mitt Romney.

    Let t h e ir games b e gin

  • Her great-great-great-grandfather bought a lot in Timbuctoo in 1829 for $38.

    Excavation of sites such as Timbuctoo, N.J., is helping to rewrite African American history

  • Story says that his truck has long been decorated with the Confederate battle flag and that he does have "CV" Sons of Confederate Veterans plates, which he obtained after discovering that his great-great-great-grandfather was a second lieutenant with the Alabama Partisan Rangers during the Civil War.

    Virginia driver denies license plate had coded racist message

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.