great-granddaughter


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great-granddaughter

n
the daughter of a grandchild
Translations

great-granddaughter

[ˌgreɪtˈgrændˌdɔːtəʳ] Nbisnieta f

great-granddaughter

[ˌgreɪtˈgrænˌdɔːtəʳ] npronipote f (di bisnonno)

great-granddaughter

n bisnieta
References in classic literature ?
She is Tara, Princess of Helium, great-granddaughter of Tardos Mors, daughter of John Carter, Warlord of Barsoom.
SALE: Margaret Brown's great-granddaughter Helen Bezinger, left, with Capt Rostron's greatgranddaughters Janet Barnett, centre, and Margaret Whitlock; and, inset, left: The Loving Cup
TAMMY, my great-granddaughter, who is seven, came for lunch on election day.
Also attending was Dahlia Goldsmith-Hurd of Eugene, her great-granddaughter.
The 16-month-old, of Edgerton, is the great-granddaughter of Eunice Spencer, who was the first customer through the Huddersfield store when it opened in 1982.
I used to keep a piggy bank to save pennies for treats for my great-granddaughter Georgia, and they even emptied that.
But all great-granddaughter Zara, 15, wanted was a pet rabbit costing pounds 8.
four granddaughters, Eve, Julia, Alexis and Callie; and great-granddaughter, Emma; her two brothers, Mark S.
Elphame, the great-granddaughter of Rhiannon and the daughter of Etain, the current Goddess Incarnate is struggling to find her way.
We've been using the name Mo's for over 50 years," said Gabrielle McEntee-Wilson, great-granddaughter of Mo's founder.
Allen Davies, 69, was driving home to Aberbargoed, in Caerphilly county, with his partner, granddaughter and six month-old great-granddaughter after a break when his car was hit by that of David Greenow, Newport Crown Court was told.
As the daughter, granddaughter and great-granddaughter of dentists, she said, she grew up visiting her father's office and helping him with patients.