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 Translation for 'niece' from English to Serbian
NOUN   a niece | nieces
нећака {ж}niece
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Translation for 'niece' from English to Serbian

niece
нећака {ж}
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Usage Examples English
  • Overbearing aunt Mad Mathesis bets her niece that she can select a train from London that will pass more trains than her niece's does.
  • Pierce, great-niece of retired federal judge Lawrence W.
  • Her niece Victoria Legrand is a member of the American indie pop group Beach House. Another niece, Eugénie Angot, is an equestrian.
  • His third marriage in 1644 was to Costanza Pamphili (1627–1665), niece of Pope Innocent X and the sister of Camillo Pamphili who married Ludovisi's niece, Olimpia Aldobrandini.
  • A campaign to have Bradburne beatified and canonised was started by the late Celia Brigstocke, John's niece and continued by Kate Macpherson, his great niece.

  • She is a part of an artistic family, and her sister Bibi, niece Aggi Ásgerð Ásgeirsdóttir and niece Vígdis Petersen are artists.
  • Retired teacher Dorothy Livingston is visiting her niece when she bumps into a man she recognizes. Dorothy and her niece follow him and Dorothy tells her niece how she met the man in 1933.
  • Katharine Schlesinger (born 29 April 1963) is a British actress, the niece of the film director John Schlesinger and great-niece of Dame Peggy Ashcroft.
  • Balfour is a niece of British broadcaster and TV presenter Sir David Frost and also a niece of television and stage actress Marsha Fitzalan.
  • Ellen Mary Rope (1855–1934), a British sculptor who shared her studio at number 66b with her assistant and niece, Dorothy Anne Aldrich Rope (1883-1971). She was niece of M. E. Aldrich Rope.

  • Matt's teenaged niece, Chelsea (Katie Wright), moves in with him after her father's death.
  • Her niece and namesake Sybil Whigham Young was a socialite and equestrian in 1930s New York.
  • Porter's niece, Helen Tracy Lowe-Porter, would follow in her footsteps and become a noted translator.
  • For instance, the wicked mother figure paralleled the relationship of Margaretha's sister-in-law and niece, and the wedding of Snow White paralleled the wedding of Margaretha's nephew.
  • In 1859, he produced the play "Ma nièce et mon ours" ("My niece and my bear") at the Théâtre du Palais-Royal, a vaudeville folly in three acts written with Louis-François Nicolaïe under the pseudonyms of "Frascati" and Clairville.

  • She was the first daughter of the powerful Syrian Roman noblewoman Julia Maesa and Gaius Julius Avitus Alexianus, sister of Julia Avita Mamaea, niece of Julia Domna, and a niece by marriage of Emperor Lucius Septimius Severus.
  • After Seaxburh, Æthelthryth's niece and her great-niece, both of whom were royal princesses, succeeded her as abbess of Ely.
  • In 2008, Upton married Rachelle Ormond, niece of art historian Richard Louis Ormond and great-niece of artist John Singer Sargent.
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