DIL

What does DIL stand for?

Daughter-in-law

When discussing members of their family, parents might use the acronym DIL to stand for "daughter-in-law." A daughter-in-law is a woman who is married to a parent's child, making her part of that parent's family by law rather than blood.

Some DILs are close with their mothers-in-law (MIL) and/or fathers-in-law (FIL) while others are not. Many related acronyms, such as SIL and BIL, are used to refer to other in-law relations.

Example

"Honestly, I love my DIL more than my son."

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Last Updated: February 2, 2021

DIL definition

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