grandnephew grandnephew  /ˈɡrænd ˈnɛf ju/


  • (n) a son of your niece or nephew


  1. The small grandnephew was shot in the stomach.
  2. Little Joseph Boggs Beale was also a great-grandnephew of Betsy Ross.
  3. The great Roman emperor Augustus, grandnephew of Julius Caesar, was frightened of thunder and fond of virgins, but his most publicized characteristic was opposition to ostentation.


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    Bob Meistrell, nephew Billy, grandnephew Daly and grandniece Jenna awoke at 4:30 a.m. Father’s Day morning aboard Meistrell’s 70-foot, twin diesel boat Disappearance.
    on June 17, 2013     Source: Easy Reader

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