|iterated genitive determiner|
|Definition - The best definition is an example: my mother’s neighbor’s cousin’s dog.|
Example Usages -
1. "Two decades later he knew more, and his views had evolved. He no longer thought that Pirahã had subordinate clauses at all. In 2005 he published a paper in Current Anthropology stating that Pirahã had (inter alia) no subordination and no iterated genitive determiners (as in my mother’s neighbor’s cousin’s dog)."
(Source: Geoffrey Pullum in Chronicle.com - The Rise and Fall of a Venomous Dispute )