Cousins Là Gì

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Trying lớn figure out what to lớn Call your distant cousin? Even if you know what it means khổng lồ be a second, third, or fourth cousin (& if you don’t, check out this simple, visual article for an explanation), it can be hard to identify these relationships in real life. Even a question as simple as “What is a second cousin?” can be tricky. That’s where the cousin calculator comes in handy—but knowing the basics is also a good place to lớn start.

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Cousins: The Basics


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To use the chart, follow these steps:

1. Identify the grandparents you và your cousin cốt truyện.

Example: Your 5th great-grandparent is your cousin’s 7th great-grandparent.

2. On the horizontal line, find your shared grandparent.

Example: Your 5th great-grandparent.

3. On the vertical line, find your cousin’s shared grandparent.

Example: Your cousin’s 7th great-grandparent.

4. See where the lines intersect.

Example: You connect the lines and see that you are 6th cousins, 2x removed.

How to Calculate Cousinship Using Math

If you enjoy math, you can also calculate your cousinship using the following method, which starts by asking three questions:

1. Who is the comtháng ancestor of my cousin and me?

2. How many generations am I separated from this ancestor? How many generations is my cousin separated from this ancestor?

Hint: Count the number of “G’s” in the comtháng ancestor’s title and add 1. For example: Your Grandparents (1G + 1 = 2) are 2 generations away Your Great-Grandparents (2Gs + 1) are 3 generations away Your Great-Great Grandparent (3Gs + 1 = 4) are 4 generations away

3. Who is more removed from the common ancestor?

Hint: The person more removed from the common ancestor is the person whose comtháng ancestor is more generations away.

The next steps will be different depending on how manygenerations both you và your cousin are from your common ancestor.


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If you are both the SAME number of generations away from your common ancestor:

Example: The comtháng ancestor is both you and yourcousin’s great-great grandparents.

1. Count how many “greats” are in your common ancestor’s title and add 1. This will give sầu you the correct number to label your cousin as.

Example: You và your relative sầu share great-great grandparents.There are 2 “greats” in this title. 2 “greats” + 1 = 3, so you are third cousins.

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2. Because you are the same number of generations separated from each other’s comtháng ancestor (meaning you are of the same generation), you and your cousin are not removed from each other.

If your cousin is FEWER generations away from your comtháng ancestor than you are:


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Example: The common ancestor is your cousin’sgreat-grandparent and your great-great grandparent

1. Count how many “greats” are in your cousin’s common ancestor’s title & add 1. You now have sầu the correct number label for your cousin.

Example: The common ancestor is your cousin’s great-grandparent.1 “great” + 1 = 2, so this is your second cousin.

2. Subtract the number of generations your cousin is separated from the comtháng ancestor from the number of generations you are separated from the comtháng ancestor. The answer is how removed this cousin is from you.

Example: If your great-great grandparent is your cousin’s great-grandparent, then you are 4 generations removed & your cousin is 3 generations removed from your comtháng ancestor. 4 generations – 3 generations = 1 generation removed, so this is your cousin once removed.

In this scenario, your relative sầu is your second cousin once removed.

If your cousin is MORE generations away from the comtháng ancestor than you are:

Example: The comtháng ancestor is your cousin’s 3rd great-grandparent and your great-great grandparent

1. Count how many “greats” are in your comtháng ancestor’s title and add 1. Now you have sầu the correct label for your cousin.

Example: If the common ancestor is your great-grandparent, there is only one “great” in this title. 1 “great” + 1 = 2, so this is your second cousin.

2. Subtract the number of generations you are separated from the comtháng ancestor from the number of generations your cousin is separated from the common ancestor. The answer is how removed this cousin is from you.

Example: If your cousin’s 3rd great-grandparent is your great-grandparent, then your cousin is 5 generations removed và you are 3 generations removed from the common ancestor. 5 generations – 3 generations = 2 generations removed, so you are my cousin twice removed.

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In this scenario, your relative sầu is your second cousin twice removed.

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