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  1. nieces

    In the lineal kinship system used in the English-speaking world, a niece or nephew is a child of someone's sibling or sibling-in-law (and would view that person as an aunt or uncle). A niece is female and a nephew is male. The term nibling has been used in place of the common, gender-specific terms in some specialist literature.As aunt/uncle and niece/nephew are separated by one generation, they are an example of a second-degree relationship. They are 25% related by blood.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of nieces in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of nieces in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1

Examples of nieces in a Sentence

  1. Lara Trump:

    I knew I always wanted kids someday, eric's going to be an amazing dad. The nieces and nephews love hanging with him.

  2. Christina Tosi:

    I have these two beautiful nieces, and I’m thinking, you know, it’s important to me that I know them, it’s important to me that they know me, i’m a busy woman, but I would be no role model if I didn’t actually show them how to get it all done.

  3. Demetrice Naulings:

    Your children, my children, my grandkids, my nieces' and nephews' grandkids, they will remember Orlando. They will remember that Saturday night at Pulse.

  4. Andrea Leadsom:

    I am sure she will be really sad she doesn't have children so I don't want this to be 'Andrea has children, Theresa hasn't' because I think that would be really horrible, but genuinely I feel being a mum means you have a very real stake in the future of our country, a tangible stake. She possibly has nieces, nephews, lots of people. But I have children who are going to have children who will directly be a part of what happens next.

  5. Lara Trump:

    Eric's going to be an amazing dad. The nieces and nephews love hanging with him.

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