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Explanation: I agree with the first answerer.............but Enkel is in Singular always a son!!!
Just Enkel..........this would be ok!It would be more natural.......nobody in Germany would say Enkelsohn!
Native German/studying Danish/German/English at the University of Southern Denmark
Carmela Prestia United States Local time: 14:59 Native speaker of: German, Danish PRO pts in pair: 45
Explanation: "Enkel" is probably commonly used. However, I've got a German "Opa" who usually refers to me as his "Enkelsohn". Maybe it's a generational thing? But I agree that if you want to be reaaaaly precise, then you should use "Enkelsohn", if not, "Enkel" will do.