There are two kinds of uncles: one is a mother's brother (sometimes called a cross-uncle) whose children are called with special cousin terms. The other is a father's brother (sometimes called a parallel uncle) whose children are called siblings (brothers and sisters).
my uncle (cross-uncle: mother's brother)
your uncle (cross-uncle: mother's brother)
h/ uncle (cross-uncle: mother's brother)
uncle (parallel uncle)
my stepfather; my uncle (parallel uncle: father's brother)
your uncle (parallel uncle: father's brother); your stepfather
h/ uncle (parallel uncle: father's brother); h/ stepfather
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