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great-niece

[ greyt-nees ]
/ ˈgreɪtˌnis /
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noun
a daughter of one's nephew or niece; grandniece.
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Origin of great-niece

First recorded in 1880–85
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great-niece

grandniece


noun
a daughter of one's nephew or niece; granddaughter of one's brother or sister
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