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mother
A mother is a female parent.
father
A father is a male parent.
ancestor
An ancestor is someone from whom one is descended.
children
Children are human offspring under the age of eighteen.
grandson
A grandson is a male grandchild.
grandparent
A grandparent is the parent of one's parent.
grandfather
A grandfather is a male grandparent.
grandmother
A grandmother is a female grandparent.
aunt
An aunt is the sister or sister-in-law of one's parent.
uncle
An uncle is the brother or brother-in-law of one's parent.
cousin
A cousin is the child of the sibling of one's parent.
nephew
A nephew is the son of one's sibling.
niece
A niece is the daughter of one's sibling.
daughter
A daughter is one's female child.
son
A son is one's male child.
wife
A wife is one's female spouse.
husband
A husband is one's male spouse.
spouse
A spouse is one's partner in marriage.

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