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If the cousins do not come from the same generation Removal is specified as removal measures the difference in generations between the two cousins. These terms relate to a first cousin once removed, uncle/aunt referring to an older generation and niece/nephew for younger ones. Between first cousins, there are two shared ancestors each with four generations of separation, up and down the family tree: ( 1 2 ) 4 + ( 1 2 ) 4 {\displaystyle \left({\tfrac {1}{2}}\right)

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More generally, in the kinship system used in the English-speaking world, a cousin is a type of relationship in which relatives are two or more generations away from their most recent common ancestor. Step-cousins are either stepchildren of an individual's aunt or uncle, nieces and nephews of one's step-parent, or the children of one's parent's step-sibling. Below, when discussing the coefficient of relationship, we assume the subject and the relative are related only through the kinship term. Various governmental entities have established systems for legal use that can precisely specify kinship with common ancestors any number of generations in the past; for example, in medicine and in law, a first cousin is a type of third-degree relative.The resulting children are related to each other through both their parents and are thus doubly related.

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While there is no agreed upon term, it is possible for cousins to share three grandparents if a pair of half siblings had children with a pair of full siblings. To illustrate usage, a second cousin is a cousin with a degree of two; there are three (not two) generations from the common ancestor(s). A cousin " once removed" is a cousin with one removal, or generational difference, namely the child of one’s first cousin or the first cousin of one’s parent. Two people can be removed but be around the same age due to differences in birth dates of parents, children, and other relevant ancestors.If half siblings have children with another pair of half siblings, the resulting children would be double half first cousins. This means neither person is an ancestor of the other, they do not share a parent (are not siblings), and neither is a sibling of the other's parent (are not the other's aunt/ uncle nor niece/nephew). When removal is specified each cousin is separated by a different number of generations from the common ancestor. A parallel first cousin relationship exists when both the subject and relative are maternal cousins, or both are paternal cousins.

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In the example Basic family tree, Emma is David's maternal cousin and David is Emma's paternal cousin.

The relationship between every solid shaded box and a similar one on the other branch of the tree is that of a cousin. For example, a cousin-granduncle is a male first cousin twice removed that comes from an older generation, and a cousin-grandniece is a female first cousin twice removed who comes from a younger generation. David and Penelope are half cousins because they share only one grandparent (Alice) because they are related through half-siblings (Anne and Robert). They are cousins through the siblings Claudette and Alfred as well as the siblings Henry and Dorothy.

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