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great-great-great-grandfather

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

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Examples

  • 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).

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  • 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.

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

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  • 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'

  • 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'

  • 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

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

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  • 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

  • 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

  • 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'

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