Six states ban marriage between first cousins once removed, i.e., marrying the son or daughter of your first cousin. Theoretically, thats half as risky as marrying your first cousin, in terms of increasing the probability of passing on a genetic disease to your kids. No state bans such marriages.
What is my cousins daughter called?
niece The child of your cousin is still your niece and nephew.
Can you marry your nieces daughter?
An avunculate marriage is a marriage with a parents sibling or with ones siblings child—i.e., between an uncle or aunt and their niece or nephew. Such a marriage may occur between biological (consanguine) relatives or between persons related by marriage (affinity).
What do you call your cousins wife?
No, you would not - the term cousin-in-law is often used to refer to either your cousins spouse, or your spouses cousin(s) (although the more correct term would be cousin by marriage).
Can I marry my fathers sisters daughter?
No you cannot since you two come within prohibited degree of relationship. However, this can be overcome if the custom or usage governing your family and the family of your fathers sister permit this kind of a Marriage.
What do you call your nephews wife?
A niece-in-law or nephew-in-law is the spouse of ones nephew/niece, or the nephew/niece of ones spouse. A co-niece-in-law or co-nephew-in-law is the spouse of ones niece-in-law or nephew-in-law. A sororal niece or sororal nephew is the child of ones sister.
What do I call my nieces husband?
The official term for my nieces first husband was Idiot (capital I). The official term for my nieces second husband is Nice-guy-I-hope-it-works-out.