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grandchild

[gran-chahyld] /ˈgrænˌtʃaɪld/
noun, plural grandchildren.
1.
a child of one's son or daughter.
Origin of grandchild
1580-1590
First recorded in 1580-90; grand- + child
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grandchild

/ˈɡrænˌtʃaɪld/
noun (pl) -children (-ˌtʃɪldrən)
1.
the son or daughter of one's child
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Word Origin and History for grandchild
n.

1580s, graundchilde, from grand (adj.) + child. Related: Grandchildren.

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