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Visual:Kinship terms

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person (male)fathermothersisterbrotherpaternal grandfatherpaternal grandmothermaternal grandfathermaternal grandmotherauntuncleuncleauntuncleauntauntunclecousincousincousincousincousincousincousincousinsister-in-lawhusbandfather-in-lawmother-in-lawbrother-in-lawsister-in-lawsister-in-lawbrother-in-lawbrother-in-lawniecenephewdaughtersonson-in-lawdaughter-in-lawco-father-in-lawco-parent-in-lawco-father-in-lawco-parent-in-lawgranddaughtergrandsongranddaughtergrandsonniecenephewniecenephewniecenephewperson (female)fathermothersisterbrotherpaternal grandfatherpaternal grandmothermaternal grandfathermaternal grandmotherauntuncleuncleauntuncleauntauntunclecousincousincousincousincousincousincousincousinsister-in-lawwifefather-in-lawmother-in-lawbrother-in-lawsister-in-lawsister-in-lawbrother-in-lawbrother-in-lawnephewniecedaughtersonson-in-lawdaughter-in-lawco-parent-in-lawco-mother-in-lawco-parent-in-lawco-mother-in-lawgranddaughtergrandsongranddaughtergrandsonniecenephewnephewniecenephewniecenephew
Family trees to describe kinship terms. The upper diagram is for terms relative to the male person shown in red, the lower one for the female person shown in red. Squares: males; circles: females. Hover on a numbered person for its kinship term, click on it for its definition and translations.