grandaunt


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Related to grandaunt: granduncle, great aunt
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an aunt of your father or mother

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He added that he never felt he had a proper vocation when he joined the Marist Brothers and only did so because of pressure from a grandaunt.
When he submitted his report he said that just one family, the Halls in Cork, were related to a woman 18 years older than Dermot's grandaunt.
At the front of Landi> handan fjarskans (The Land Beyond Distance), a novel awarded the Halldor Laxness Literary Prize in 1997, is a kind of dedication that states: "Fond thanks to Grandaunt Olof, that delightful lady who kept alive the stories of her great-grandmother, Gossamer Olof, an unwed mother of a child by an excellent man who longed for peace and fled war.
Sam Frugal of Kona says, "We thought our grandaunt would never die.
Private Stuart Osborne, from Co Louth, said: "Happy Christmas and a happy new year to all my family especially my girlfriend Kerri McGuirk and my grandaunt Doreen Kearney.
Nisha went missing on June 4 and was last seen at her home in Taman Bukit Bendera, Mentakab, Pahang before her 54-year-old grandaunt, who suffers from mental illness, took her out for a walk.