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Niece or nephew #1 (permalink) Wed Jun 07, 2006 5:16 am   Niece or nephew
 

If my sister is pregnant and she will give birth to her child soon. And I don't know her baby is niece or nephew, so is there any word which means niece or nephew?

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Niece or nephew #2 (permalink) Wed Jun 07, 2006 6:06 am   Niece or nephew
 

Hi abc

No, there is no word for that.

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Niece or nephew #3 (permalink) Wed Jun 07, 2006 8:32 am   Niece or nephew
 

It's better getting to know the sex of the child via ultrasound :D so that to define it's niece or nephew :lol:
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