What is my brother in law’s wife called?

What is my brother in law’s wife called? I hope we are talking about the same person, because I have the same question. But if I see your answer and see that you are talking about someone else, I will delete this answer. (What is my brother in law’s wife called?)

The word you are looking for is ‘sister-in-law’. It is not very common in written English and is often used in speech only. To be redundant, one can say the word ‘sister-in-law’ as well. It may be used in the same sentence. (What is my brother in law’s wife called?)

What do you call your spouse’s brother’s wife?

In the English language, the word, ‘Sister-in-law’ is used to refer to the wife of your sibling’s husband or wife.  In the same language, ‘Brother-in-law’ is used to refer to the husband of your sibling’s husband or wife.  This may sound confusing, but if you think of it, there is a logic in this naming.  There is no term in the English language to refer to the husband of the brother’s wife nor the wife of the sister’s husband. This is why a term like ‘Brother-in-law’ exists, where the word ‘brother’ is added to the word ‘law’. This indicates the spouse of your sibling. (What is my brother in law’s wife called?)

What do you call your spouse’s sibling in law?

A husband’s brother’s wife is called a sister-in-law. The male spouse of one’s sibling is called a brother-in-law. Only a few other relatives have the term in-law applied to them, including the wife of one’s father’s brother, the husband of one’s mother’s sister, the wife of one’s father’s sister, and the husband of one’s mother’s brother. In some families, the word uncle is an honorific title, and it is used to refer to the father of one’s spouse. For example, if one’s spouse is the sister of one’s father, then one’s father is one’s father’s brother. If one’s spouse is the brother of one’s mother, then one’s mother is one’s mother’s sister. If one’s spouse is the sister of one’s mother, then one’s mother is one’s mother’s brother (in-law). If one’s spouse is the brother of one’s father, then one’s father is one’s father’s sister (in-law).

What do you call the woman married to your brother-in-law?

The word you are looking for is ‘sister-in-law’. It is not very common in written English and is often used in speech only. To be redundant, one can say the word ‘sister-in-law’ as well. It may be used in the same sentence.

Is my sister-in-law husband my brother-in-law?

Yes, your sister-in-law’s husband is your brother-in-law. However, a brother-in-law is not necessarily a sister-in-law. You can come across many situations where a sister-in-law’s husband is not a sister-in-law. The example could be a brother-in-law who has married your wife’s sister. So, brother-in-law is linked to sister-in-law, but not vice versa.  Another situation could be, you have a sister-in-law, her husband is not your brother but your sister-in-law’s brother is your brother-in-law. So, brother-in-law is not dependent on sister-in-law. Rather, sister-in-law is dependent on brother-in-law.

Who is a co wife?

A co-wife can be a step-mother, an ex-wife, or any women with whom a man has a marriage-like relationship. Women commonly co-wife one another (see picture). As to how common it is, estimates vary widely, but the most frequently quoted study by the Urban Institute estimates that 1 in 6 Americans are involved in a commorbid union, which includes co-wives as well as other forms of “non-marital unions.”

What do I call my brother’s wife’s parents?

There is no standard rule. It all depends on the context. You can call them by their names (James, Susan, or Mr and Mrs Smith) or you can use the term in-law (which is technically incorrect but popularly used). Or there is a formal way of saying it, and that is using the term “aunt” and “uncle” (for instance, your brother’s wife’s parents are your brother’s aunt and uncle).

Can I marry my brother-in-law’s sister?

That is a very specific and strange question. So my answer is going to be equally strange. Why don’t you marry your sister-in-law’s brother? Or your sister-in-law’s sister? Or her sister-in-law? You see what I’m getting at here? I am going to assume that you are trying to marry your sister-in-law’s sister, who is your sister-in-law’s brother’s wife.

This means that you are essentially marrying your brother-in-law. It is a very strange situation indeed. Now we might have to do some math here (I am not good at math): Given that your sister-in-law is married to the brother of your wife, it means that your brother-in-law is your sister-in-law’s husband. I think it is safe to assume that your sister-in-law’s daughter will be your niece (the daughter of your brother-in-law, and your sister-in-law). This means that your brother-in-law is your wife’s brother-in-law’s wife’s husband (and your sister-in-law’s husband). You are, therefore, your sister-in-law’s sister, who is your sister-in-law’s brother’s sister-in.

What do we call brother-in-law’s daughter?

In English, you have the word cousin which is generally used for any relative. Relative here means brothers and sisters of your parents or both parents themselves. If a woman is married to a man’s brother, that woman is the sister-in-law of his wife. In this case, both mother and father of the woman are brothers of the man’s wife. So the word used to refer to such a woman is aunt. However, there is a phrase which is % of the time used instead of aunt in this case. This phrase is . It is only used if it is necessary or relevant to mention the relationship.

What is second wife of husband called?

A husband can have more than one wife in Islam. There are various kinds of marriages in Islam. Some of the most famous types of Islamic marriages are: * Hajj and Mutah (temporary) * Mutah and Nikah (permanent) * Mutah, Nikah, and Khul (divorce) * Nikah, Khul, and Talaq (divorce) * Nikah, Khul, and `Iddah (waiting period)

What is having two wives called?

Bigamy is the act of marrying one person while still being legally married to another, and is officially prohibited in most countries in the world. The term is often used generically to refer to any marriage entered into illegally, as well as to a specific criminal offense in many modern countries, being more related to the latter. The bigamous marriage may, in some cases, be recognized as a civil union or registered partnership, but is still legally and socially seen as a bigamous marriage.

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