grandson

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Noun[change]

Singular
grandson

Plural
grandsons

  1. (countable) Someone's grandson is the son of their son or daughter.
    My son, John, has a son named George. George is my grandson.
    My daughter, Mary, just had a baby boy. He is my grandson.
    I have two grandsons, Bob and Phil. They are the sons of my daughter.

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Members of a family (edit)

parent: father - mother | spouse: husband - wife | child: son - daughter | sibling: brother - sister | uncle | aunt | nephew - niece | cousin | grandparent: grandfather - grandmother | grandchild: grandson - granddaughter