great-niece


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great-niece

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grandniece

n
a daughter of one's nephew or niece; granddaughter of one's brother or sister
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Noun1.great-niece - a daughter of your niece or nephew
niece - a daughter of your brother or sister
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great-niece

[ˈgreɪtˌniːs] Nsobrinanieta f

great-niece

[ˌgreɪtˈniːs] npronipote f (di prozio)
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As Gigonnet listened to such remarks as these, he pressed his already pinched lips closer together, and threw a glance at his great-niece, Elisabeth.
Helen celebrated her latest milestone with her niece June, great-niece Gillian Cowe, great-great-niece Caitlin Devlin and great-great-great niece, five-monthold baby Maeve.
Mrs Bennett, who died aged 96 in 1974, passed the coat to her great-niece in the 1960s as she found it too heavy to wear.
THE great-niece of a man who built a pioneering steam locomotive 200 years ago has visited its North replica to mark the anniversary.
After their sad deaths their niece Jean and great-niece Caroline continued to visit my parents to do my mum's hair and have a catch up.
THE greatest unsolved mountaineering mystery of all time is brought to life in a theatre lecture show - by the great-niece of one of the men involved.
THE six-year-old great-niece of Alex "Hurricane" Higgins was today releasing the song she sang at his funeral as a tribute to the late snooker legend.
Sheila Butler, the 83-year-old great-niece of World War 1 hero General Kitchener, has boosted its coffers by pounds 11,072 over the past two years.
His great-niece committed the forgery while she visited her great-uncle while he lived alone in Queen Street, Blaenavon, and later at The Beeches Nursing Home.
Anne Dixon, 55, bought My Sister Jodie by Jacqueline Wilson from her local Asda store in Stanley, Co Durham, as a gift for her great-niece.
Vivienne, whose work is inspired by her years spent living in South Africa and her travels around the world, is the great-niece of sculptor Charles Sykes, who created the Spirit of Ecstasy mascot for Rolls-Royce.
He is survived by a son, Barry Jr.; a sister, Betty Jean; a brother, Paul; two nieces and a great-niece. Funeral services were held Dec.