grandson

[gran-suhn, grand-]
noun
a son of one's son or daughter.

Origin:
1580–90; grand- + son

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grandson (ˈɡrænsʌn, ˈɡrænd-)
 
n
a son of one's son or daughter

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Example sentences
My grandson's favorite ice cream is a cherry thing with chocolate swirls.
Half a century later his grandson, also a hat seller, set down his wares under
  the same tree for a nap.
Yeah, my two granddaughters and grandson's favorite subject in school is
  mathematics.
Her seven-year-old grandson, she says, had picked out an escape route.
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