Noun(1) a daughter of your brother or sister
(1) My brother bought a kite for my niece and nephew and they joined in the fun.(2) However, she was well meaning and kind and brought up her niece as a second daughter.(3) As well as her parents and sister, she leaves a niece Kim and nephew Josh.(4) my niece(5) She is survived by her brothers, sisters, nephews, nieces and other relatives.(6) That is now, in turn, being taught to his own three sons, nephews and nieces .(7) Yesterday's journey south to visit my sister and nieces was an eventful one to say the least.(8) An only son, Hernandez helped take care of his mother, two sisters and two nieces .(9) The same level applies to other close family relations, such as brothers and sisters, nieces and nephews.(10) Some of my family - my sisters, my nieces - haven't left their houses in the last four or five months.(11) My mother, nieces , sister and sister in laws, gave me curious glances as I stood.(12) Gerry is survived by his brothers, sister, nieces , nephews and other relatives.(13) I don't want my cousins, nieces and nephews are my daughter to idolise thugs.(14) She was like a loving sister to many and a fantastic auntie to all her nieces and nephews.(15) She is sadly mourned by nieces , nephews, many relatives and a wide circle of friends.(16) We got the bus back to Folkestone, and then caught another one to Cheriton to visit my Brother and my little nieces .
(1) your niece :: mpwa wako
1. niece ::
Different Formsniece, nieces
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