Definition of grandson
: the son of one's son or daughter
Recent Examples of grandson from the Web
The cause was complications from dementia, said a grandson, Derek Scarzella.
That has given Diaz more one-on-one time with her 2-year-old special needs grandson, Kevin.
Born Dec. 13, 1924, in Munich but raised in Vienna, Unkovskoy was the maternal grandson of Prince Pavel Pavlovich Galitzine, a member of the State Council of the Royal Court of Czar Nicholas II, said his daughter Aleka Scott.
Mike Coppola Getty for Tony Awards Productions Janaro’s survivors include his daughter Laura Potter, grandson David Janaro and great-grandchildren Mica and Josiah.
The school alleged that U.S. District Court Judge William O. Bertelsman could be compromised because the firm representing the woman suing NKU had hired the judge's grandson earlier this year.
Among the crowd was Menjiewi Latham, whose grandson knew Deshawn, who was a student at Marcus Garvey Elementary School.
Wehmeyer, who had a great sense of humor, was described as a beautiful spirit and a loving son, brother, nephew and grandson.
Isabel White brought her grandson William, 6, to pick out fruit.
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First Known Use of grandson
GRANDSON Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of grandson for English Language Learners
: a son of your son or daughter
GRANDSON Defined for Kids
Definition of grandson for Students
: a son of someone's son or daughter
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