co-in-law definition

  • noun:
    • A distant in-law: A relationship by relationship with a separation by three degrees (a couple), in comparison to prototypical in-laws, in which the separation is two/one. The separation can be two quantities of bloodstream kin plus one of relationship (addressing the caretaker for the spouse of one's child) or one degree bloodstream as well as 2 of relationship (addressing the spouse of the bro of the husband).
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