are you male or female? if you are female, you probably won't get much taller - maybe a cm or so. if you are male you may have only just started growing in the last year or so, and might still be growing until you are 20 did your parents remember to take your height measurement when you were exactly 2.5 years old? if they did, just double it, and you will be very very close to that amount
Your uncle/aunt's son/daughter is an adult and you are still small, your uncle/aunt's daughter had a child, and that child will call you uncle. Uncles/aunts are your dad/mom's siblings.
Auntie is the usual spelling, but aunty is a variant.
It can either mean uncles or aunt(s) and uncle(s)
Your uncle through marriage is the husband of your aunt, the sister of your father or mother. All of your aunt's nieces (the daughters of her siblings) are also his nieces. So you (if your are female) and our sisters are nieces of your uncle through marriage, as are the other daughters of the siblings of your parents.Also, your uncle through marriage has nieces who are the daughters of his bothers and sisters. They are not related to you because you do not share any ancestor with them.
Maniac ran away because his parents died. He eventually ended up at his aunt and uncles house. Hope this helped you! :)
Your uncle would be your sons great uncle. Normally your Son would also call him 'Uncle .... '
Your aunts and uncles are the sisters and brothers of your parents. So they are "blood related." But you also call the husband of your mother's sister your uncle, and he is not "blood related." So aunts and uncles are not always really related to you.
He was mad at his aunt and uncle.
Only if the child or children are placed in custody of the uncle and/or aunt
This question can be answered in two ways, "yes" and "no." First it is based on the beliefs of the people involved. Some people do not accept people who were not actually born into the family. For those people, the spouse of an aunt or uncle is not your uncle or aunt. On the other hand, some people accept the spouse, and believe that after marriage, they are related to them. Common usage in the English language follows this pattern. Your father's sister, for example is your aunt. If she marries, you speak of her and her husband as "aunt and uncle."
Yes. His father had a brother Henry and his mother was one of seven daughters of Robert Arden. And since all but one of them married, his six aunts and one uncle were added to by one aunt and a number of uncles by marriage: Uncle Henry and Aunt Margaret Shakespeare, Uncle Thomas and Aunt Kate Atkins, Aunt Elizabeth Scariot and her husband (name not known), Aunt Agnes who was first married to Uncle John Hewins and after his death to Uncle Thomas Stringer, Aunt Alice Joyce Arden, Uncle Edmund and Aunt Joan Lambert, and Aunt Margaret who was married to Uncle Alexander Webbe and after to Uncle Edward Cornwell.
Your mothers' uncles' daughters' husbands' brother is in no way related to you. 1. Your mother's Uncle is your Great Uncle. 2. His daughter would be you and your mother's cousin. 3. Her husband would be your cousin's husband - no relation to you. 4. Therefore, that makes your cousin's brother-in-law no relation to you.