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grand·kid

 (grănd′kĭd′, grăn′-)
n. Informal
A grandchild.

grandkid

(ˈɡrændˌkɪd)
n
a grandchild

grand•kid

(ˈgrændˌkɪd)
n.
Informal. grandchild.
[1925–30]
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Award-winning children's rock 'n' roll artist John Boydston (also known as "Daddy A Go Go"), presents Grandkid Rock, a "greatest hits" album of sixteen remixed tunes from his previous six albums.
GRANDKID No.1 Rico spent half the week at Velma's house but the new gran quickly realised her teen son didn't want the responsibility.
"I wouldn't even have him in the house because I've got a grandkid here.
He told The Times: "One of my grandkids, one of my older grandkids, was mugged and got his phone taken...
The 77-year-old told The Times: "One of my grandkids, one of my older grandkids, was mugged and got his phone taken."
He said: "One of my grandkids, one of my older grandkids, was mugged and got his phone taken.
I was so taken with the .357 Magnum Marlin I decided to buy one every time I could find a reasonably priced example to put away for my grandkids. At the time I had three grandsons and five granddaughters.
A few weeks ago, Anita and I drove to Pittsburgh to spend our annual vacation with our son, Stephen, his wife, Anna, and our two grandkids, Everett and Addy.
Probate shows former Strictly host Sir Bruce, who died at 89 in 2017, left PS100,000 to his nine grandkids.
We are there at every birth to welcome the newborn, help care for the other grandkids, and to come alongside the young families.
Eighty-four percent of the 1,074 grandparents who responded to the online survey said they keep their medications in the usual spot when grandkids visit -- including cupboards or cabinets (61%); countertops and tables (18%); purses or bags (7%); or other locations (15%).
Modern Jewish grandparents are way more likely than previous generations of bubbes and zaydes, sabas and savtas to have grandkids in multifaith, multicultural households.