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- n. Grandson of one's sibling or sibling's spouse, son of one’s nephew or niece, one's sibling's child's male child.
- n. One's son’s or daughter's nephew.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a son of a niece or nephew.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a son of your niece or nephew
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Dr.I. Milo Shepard, is a great-nephew of Jack London, and grandson of Eliza London Shepard, Jack London's stepsister and ranch superintendent.
Unless you were talking about Aleksey Tolstoy, the minor writer and great-nephew of Lev.
They're all overshadowed, really, by Octavian, the man who will become Caesar Augustus, the first true emperor, you know, Julius Caesar's adopted son, his real great-nephew.
Mr. Fernández, the great-nephew of one of the company's founders, is also a soccer enthusiast and father of five.
"They would always surround themselves with people and would have discussions on what you might call important social issues," says Charles H. van Horne, who is the great-nephew to the Roothberts and managing director of New York-based Abbott Capital Management, an investment firm.
For me, Latino is a six-year-old, third-generation, Mexican-American great-nephew who, when listening to adults conversing about cultures and languages, asks, "what about the people who speak 'Californian'?"
They were excellent hosts; and it was particularly great seeing my great-nephew, now two years old and quite possibly the loudest screecher on the face of the planet.
Where were you yesterday when I drove them all to Jersey for my great-nephew's twelfth birthday?
They would be the great-great-niece and great-nephew of your Gus.
ME: So the great-nephew finds the money and takes off again, and now you're going to travel around with rich! girl and her governess until you find him in the sequel?