How correctly is the husband's sister called?
Very interesting question. It turns out that very often we simply don’t know how to properly name people with whom we are related. The sister’s husband is correctly called - Son-in-law. In the same way, the daughter’s husband is also called.
The husband of the sister is properly called a relative. For example, I have a sister Tanya, she has a lawful husband Andrei. So, he is my brother-in-law. But I have a husband who will call my sister a sister-in-law.
yes, all these old Zabobonniy names of relatives are simply crazy, and so they went: mom and dad's wife, father-in-law and vania, if on the contrary, svkr and svekruha, maternity is brother of husband, sister of wife is sister-in-law, SPYAK is husband of sister.
The sister’s husband is a brother-in-law. The wife's sister is a sister-in-law.
The relatives of the bride and groom became their own people, simply CALLS.
It can be difficult to understand family ties, but I know for sure that the sister's husband is VOID. The wife's sister is a sister-in-law. Relatives on the part of the bride and groom after the wedding became their own or simply brother-in-law.
Husband of the sister is called quot; CHILDREN; quot;
If the wife has a sister, she is called quot; Servant;
If the husband has a brother, then the brother is called “Deot”;
The wife’s brother is called Shurin.
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Since I live with my sister and she has a husband, I have him as a brother-in-law. So far no one has corrected me. Although I basically call him by name, and brother-in-law is when joking or offended. So my answer is brother-in-law.
Answers: brother-in-law and son-in-law are wrong.
The brotherhood is the husband’s brother. The sister’s husband is a brother-in-law. He is also called a svagra, apparently a colloquial quot; nickname quot ;.
The question is somewhat confusing and ambiguous, and it’s difficult to figure out who is who or what to call (call). But it so happened historically that our sister’s husband, for example, was called son-in-law. But as far as I know in the Bryansk and Belgorod regions they were called brother-in-law. However, is that the essence - the main thing would be a good person.
As far as I know, sister's husband correctly call son-in-law. Son-in-law is also called the husband of the daughter and the husband of the sister-in-law. Do not be confused with his brother-in-law. The brothers-in-law are the husbands of the sisters, and the sister-in-law of the wife is the sister-in-law.
If I’m not mistaken, then my sister’s husband is a brother-in-law. Personally, I call it that. However, from some people I heard that some call her husband’s sister-in-law. I don’t know, I don’t know, it seems to me wrong. Maybe I'm not right.
I myself did not know, before a certain time, what to call my sister's husband, but not so long ago I found out that it was quot; By analogy, you can understand that the wife’s sister is called the same brother-in-law, only in the feminine - quot;
That's right, the sister's husband is called son-in-law. But the son-in-law is also called the husband of the daughter. Sometimes they confuse him with his brother-in-law. Maiden is the brother of her husband.