great-nephew

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grandnephew

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a son of one's nephew or niece; grandson of one's brother or sister

great′-neph`ew



n.
a son of one's nephew or niece; grandnephew.
[1575–85]
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Noun1.great-nephew - a son of your niece or nephew
nephew - a son of your brother or sister
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great-nephew

[ˈgreɪtˌnefjuː] Nsobrinonieto m

great-nephew

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great-nephew

[ˌgreɪtˈnɛvjuː] npronipote m (di prozio)
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