What noun or a phrase would fit well to refer to a person's "placement" in the family, among his or her siblings?:
She is the fourth and the last child in her family. Her siblings are all brothers and the youngest one is ten years older than her. Girls of this family status are usually more mature and less shallow.
How can I ask a person in which order in his family among the siblings? is seeking how to ask a question about one of the constituent factors, while I'm looking for a term that would refer to a particular combination of constituent factors.
To use an example, letter "l" is the third letter in both "owls" and "delamination". That that letter is the third one is a constituent factor that plays its part in both combinations.
However, the combinations are quite different:
- one word is a combination of four letters, the other one is a combination of twelve;
- in the first combination there are more letters preceding "l" than those following it, in the second combination it is the other way around;
- in the first combination, letter "l" it is surrounded by consonants, in the second combination by vowels;