grandchild


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grand·child

 (grănd′chīld′, grăn′-)
n.
A child of one's son or daughter.

grandchild

(ˈɡrænˌtʃaɪld)
n, pl -children (-ˌtʃɪldrən)
the son or daughter of one's child

grand•child

(ˈgrænˌtʃaɪld)

n., pl. -chil•dren.
a child of one's son or daughter.
[1580–90]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.grandchild - a child of your son or daughtergrandchild - a child of your son or daughter  
granddaughter - a female grandchild
grandson - a male grandchild
great grandchild - a child of your grandson or granddaughter
offspring, progeny, issue - the immediate descendants of a person; "she was the mother of many offspring"; "he died without issue"
Translations
внуквнучка
vnoučevnučkavnuk
barnebarn
EnkelkindKindeskindEnkel
lapsenlapsi
unučeunukunuka
unoka
cucu
barnabarn
손주
anūkasanūkė
mazbērnsmazdēlsmazmeita
vnúča
vnukvnukinja
barnbarn
หลาน
cháu

grandchild

[ˈgræntʃaɪld] N (grandchildren (pl)) → nieto/a m/f

grandchild

[ˈgræntʃaɪld] npetit-fils (petite fille m/f)

grandchild

[ˈgrænˌtʃaɪld] n (-children (pl)) → nipote m/f, nipotino/a (di nonno)

grandchild

(ˈgrӕntʃaild) grand-daughter (ˈgrandoːtə) , grandson (ˈgransan) nouns
the child, daughter or son, of one's son or daughter.

grandchild

حَفيد vnouče barnebarn Enkelkind εγγόνι nieto lapsenlapsi petit-enfant unuče nipote 손주 kleinkind barnebarn wnuk neto внук barnbarn หลาน torun cháu 孙子

grandchild

n (pl -children) nieto -ta mf; npl nietos
References in classic literature ?
That grandchild of yours has been here - well, I do not quite know how many days it is; nobody can keep account of days or anything else where she is
Demi, as the oldest grandchild, then presented the queen of the day with various gifts, so numerous that they were transported to the festive scene in a wheelbarrow.
I wouldn't like to be the grandchild of a pinched grandfather, would you, Mister Sir?
I have encouraged your son George in his resolution to be true, in time and in eternity, to my grandchild, Mary Dermody.
to think it a serious obstacle to a union predestined in heaven, that your son is the squire's heir, and that my grandchild is only the bailiff's daughter.
Hoxie, who is also a grandmother raising a grandchild, testified at the Aging Committee hearing in March 2017.
Expectations or not being able to say no - Gransnet editor Lara Crisp explains: "Some Gransnetters volunteered or agreed to look after their first grandchild, then another arrived, then their other children had a couple, so they felt they couldn't say no to help them out.
Gransnet editor Lara Crisp said: "Some volunteered to look after their first grandchild, then another arrived, then their other children had a couple, so they felt they couldn't say no.
I was one who was indifferent toward lesbian, gay bisexual and transgender persons until my grandchild came out as gender neutral at about age 16 or 17.
Dependency exemption for a grandchild If certain conditions are met, a grandparent can claim a dependency exemption for a grandchild as a "qualifying child" for income tax purposes.
It's very sad because a solid relationship between a grandparent and grandchild can be a real lifesaver for a struggling child in the unsettling time during and after divorce," she says.
We found that an emotionally close grandparent-adult grandchild relationship was associated with fewer symptoms of depression for both generations," says Sara M.