uncle-in-law

noun
un·cle-in-law | \ˈəŋ-kə-lən-ˌlȯ \
plural uncles-in-law

Definition of uncle-in-law 

1 : the husband of one's aunt or uncle

2 : the uncle of one's spouse

First Known Use of uncle-in-law

1561, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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