granddaughter

[gran-daw-ter]
noun
a daughter of one's son or daughter.

Origin:
1605–15; grand- + daughter

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granddaughter (ˈɡrænˌdɔːtə)
 
n
a daughter of one's son or daughter

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Example sentences
Beside him was his granddaughter, on her knees and bathed in tears.
The granddaughter was a year old, maybe a little older.
Her husband had gone for water, so she began chopping wood for the cooking
  fire, while her granddaughter watched from the veranda.
Carol's sons have now married and each has given her a granddaughter.
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