ataliʻi a le fanau
- ataliʻi a le fanau
Noun(1) a male grandchild
(1) Carole's two daughters and her grandson are thrilled with the wedding plans.(2) He and Anne helped their daughter Emma bring up their grandson , Tom, when she was ill with depression.(3) As we walk around a lush, hilly paddock with his two grandsons , Quinn's obviously proud of what he's achieved so far.(4) Joining them will be son Graham, daughter Elaine, grandsons James, Ian, Scott and Lewis and great grandsons David and Alex.(5) His grandsons James, John and Robert, born in the 1850s, needed to be educated and two of them, John and Robert were sent to Harrow.(6) Mr Blanchard has a daughter, Rosemary, and two grandsons , one of whom works on the farm.(7) The greeting comes with lots of love and best wishes from Sharon and Eugene and grandsons Malcolm, Maximilian and Maurice.(8) Mrs Chapman returned to an active retirement, spending time with her three grandsons and enjoying music and craft.(9) He has two daughters, both in their thirties, and grandsons .(10) The couple have a son, Graham, and two grandsons , Andrew and Jack.(11) I have 11 grandsons and five granddaughters and now I have my first great-granddaughter.(12) I spent many happy hours walking along the canal with my son, and then with my grandsons .(13) Mrs Bingley said she was looking forward to telling her grandsons about their father when they were older.(14) Our life over the last few years has revolved around our grandsons .(15) She could not believe that her mother, who was devoted to her daughter and her two grandsons , would have ignored them in her will.(16) I'm married to Shirley and we have three sons and five grandsons .
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