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n. In-law. (source)
n. The father of one's child's spouse, though can sometimes be used to refer to the grandfather of one's grandchild's spouse.
"My daughter married his son, so he's my mekhutn."
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Hebrew מחותן mechutan, Yiddish מחותּן mekhutn 'son-in-law's/daughter-in-law's father'. (Roughly 'of or belonging to the groom' although applying to either set of parents.)
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Most often used in plural: mechutonim / machutonim / machetunim / mechutanim (מחותנים, parents of one's child's spouse; child's in-laws, spouse's extended family).
See also mechuteneste.
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