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Q: What do you call your mothers mother?
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Your half-sister's mother may be your mother, if you have different fathers. If you have different mothers and your father is married to your half-sister's mother, then you probably should call her "mother." If your half-sister's mother is not connected to your father (i.e. her father married your mother) then there is no relationship name for you to call her mother, other than "my half-sister's mother."


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