grandnephew

[ gran-nef-yoo, -nev-yoo, grand- ]
/ ˈgrænˌnɛf yu, -ˌnɛv yu, ˈgrænd- /

noun

a son of one's nephew or niece.

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Origin of grandnephew

First recorded in 1630–40; grand- + nephew
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grandnephew
/ (ˈɡrænˌnɛvjuː, -ˌnɛfjuː, ˈɡrænd-) /

noun

another name for great-nephew
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