Yes, your brother's son would refer to you as his uncle, and you would refer to him as your nephew.
Your grandmother's uncle is your child's great great uncle.
Yes, because that is what he is. He is your uncle on you rmother's side, so, your maternal uncle.
It's a trick question because they mean how would Penelope refer to her 'uncle'. The answer is 'TIO', which is uncle in spanish.
He would be your spouse's uncle and you do not share a common ancestry. In most families you would refer to him as uncle. And you would be referred to as their niece or nephew.
The word uncle when translated from English to Japanese is Ojisan (if you are talking about someone else's uncle) or Oji (if you are talking about your own uncle). Ojisan can also be used to refer to a middle aged man, e.g. a kid might use this to refer to an adult.
There is no difference between "great uncle" and "grand uncle." Some people prefer to use one term and some the other. Both terms refer to a brother of one of your grandparents.
The brother of your mother in law would be your spouses uncle. You do not share a common ancestor, but in most families, you would refer to him as uncle.
"Vietcongs" US Soldiers often refer to them as "Charlie". With "Charlie" as being plural and singular.
You would be a great (or grand) aunt (or uncle) to your nephews (or nieces) children. However, they would normally just refer to you as aunt or uncle.
Great Aunt "insert name." and or Great Uncle "insert name."
From the title character in Harriet Beecher Stowe's book, Uncle Tom's Cabin, an "uncle tom" has come to be a pejorative term for a black man that acts in a subservient manner toward white authority.
Charlie Bears are stuffed toy bears which are considered as collectible items. They are hand made from the finest materials and designed by renowned artists.
There are a number of individuals named Charlie that have a big head. A big head can refer to someone with a large cranium or a person who thinks highly of themselves.
The unicorns are not named, but many people refer to them as Pink and Blue.
Mac CharlieHe used to refer to himself as Jesus Christ.
Charlie was the communits forces called the Viet cong. The military shortened it to an acronym,,,which it does to many things, to VC. In the phonetic alphabet the spelling is "Victor Charlie" , i.e, VC. It was shortened even farther to just charlie, and was a common way for soldiers in Vietnam to refer to them as such
They would be the nephew. He would refer to the the other party as uncle or aunt.
It is a term of affection, praise and respect.
'Aunt' Marge is Vernon Dursley's sister. Vernon is Harry Potter's uncle.
"Step uncle" is not a term used in English to describe a relationship. Presumably it could refer to the brother of a step-parent, or perhaps to the second husband of the sister of a parent, or the adopting parent of an orphaned first cousin.
There is no legal relationship, but most people would refer to him as their nephew. I typically introduce someone like that as the husband of my neice. Going the other way, I usually refer to them as my wife's Aunt or Uncle.
You would refer to them as your nieces, thought they are formally your wife's nieces. And they would normally call you uncle.