Relationship of Cousin and Child

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Expert Question:  What is the relation between my first cousin and my son or daughter?  

Expert Answer: A child of a cousin is 'one-time removed' from the cousin relationship. So the relationship of your son or daughter to your first cousin would be 'first cousins, one-time removed'. 

The same applies to the children of deeper cousin relationships.  If someone is the child of 2nd cousins, then they would be second cousins, one-time removed.

If a person is X times removed on one side of the tree from their Yth cousin, then they would be Y cousins, X times removed.

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