Best answer: Can I marry uncle’s brother’s wife?

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What is uncle’s wife’s brother?

I come from a VERY large extended fam, and sometimes we call this relation of your Uncle’s Wife the “Aunt-in-Law.” And the siblings of the aunts-in-law who is an Uncle’s Wife’s Sibling is jokingly called the “Aunt-in-law-in-law” or “Uncle-in-law-in-law” because it’s 2 degrees of removal from the blood relative.

Can you marry your uncles brother in law?

As long as you are not blood relatives – no legal problem, HOWEVER – he is of the same age & generation as your parents, their spouses, siblings, siblings-in-law – so there will be an age gap, another thing to consider are different customs in your culture, community & country – it is always better to marry someone …

Can I marry my uncles cousin?

Yes of course you can. People are allowed to marry first cousins in many countries. It’s frowned upon but it happens. Your aunt’s husband (your uncle) is not a biological relative so that’s even better.

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Are you allowed to marry your brother’s wife’s sister?

A sister-in-law could either mean; the sister of your wife or husband, the wife of your brother, or the wife of your brother-in-law. In the first case, your sister-in-law’s sisters would also be your sisters-in-law, yes. … However, marriage to your sister’s husband’s or wife’s sister, would be wonderful!

How do u call your uncle’s wife?

Originally Answered: What do we call an uncle’s wife? She is your aunt.

What is the sister of my uncle called?

If your uncle’s sister is also a sister to one of your parents, then she is your aunt by blood. This means you should never date or marry her because she is your blood kinship. It means out of respect, you should address her as “Aunt” or “Auntie” with her first full name after or in conjunction with a nickname.

No person shall marry his or her sibling, parent, grandparent, child, grandchild, stepparent, grandparents’ spouse, spouse’s child, spouse’s grandchild, sibling’s child or parent’s sibling. Consensual incest between people 16 years old or more is not a criminal offense.

Can you marry your sister?

It’s also perfectly acceptable to marry your foster brother or sister, or step brother or sister, as long as you weren’t adopted by the adults who raised you. But if you were adopted – but never lived in the same house at the same time – you can’t get married.

Can I marry my father’s sister’s son?

My parents are going to fix a marriage with my father’s sisters son. We both have a same blood group o+ can we marry? Will be any side effects in future. I am so tensed to say yes to wedding.

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Can you marry a first cousin once removed?

Six states ban marriage between first cousins once removed, i.e., marrying the son or daughter of your first cousin. Theoretically, that’s half as risky as marrying your first cousin, in terms of increasing the probability of passing on a genetic disease to your kids.

Can I marry my maternal cousin?

Kissin’ cousins are stigmatized in the U.S.; it’s illegal to marry your cousin in 30 states. But 10 to 20 percent of worldwide marriages are between cousins — and historically, the rate was much higher than that. There have to be some real advantages to marrying within one’s family.

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