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.
Taking care of her single-handedly is difficult because at times I have to lock her up for hours when I go looking for food," her daughter-in-law said.In Kiamwatha village, octogenarian Veronica Wairimu, an ex-Mau Mau fighter who is blind, is taken care of by her great-granddaughter.
Jim loved to spend time with his family, especially his grandchildren and great-granddaughter, and was loved by all.
Love you, Eddie.) - Your Wife Vonnie, Sons, Daughter, Grandchildren and Great-Granddaughter. R.I.P.
Video of an ageing terminally ill man who got to see his newborn great-granddaughter for the first time will leave you teary-eyed.
Her great-granddaughter heard the crash over the phone and rushed over in her nightwear.
Maurice received his congratulatory letter from the Queen, and his granddaughter and great-granddaughter were on hand to help him celebrate the big day.
She was the great-granddaughter of the company's founder, William Henry Palmer, and he named the still - which was made in 1903 - after her.
Among them were his granddaughter Helen Coleman, 77, his great-granddaughter Jackie Coleman, her daughter and Sgt Blakey's great-great granddaughter Emma Coleman, 16, Mrs Coleman's sister Gill, 40, and her sons and Sgt Blakey's great-great grandsons James, 13, and Jack, nine.
THE Queen has met her great-granddaughter Princess Charlotte for the first time.
She is survived by her two sons Stephen and Scott, her three granddaughters Melisa, Rachel, and Kirsten, and her great-granddaughter Chloe.