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Grandparents

Postby Gormur » 2020-07-08, 15:00

(en) grandmother, grandfather
diminutives grandma, grandpa / (southern US): mamaw, papaw [mæma, pæpa]
(is) amma, afi
(no) bestemor, bestefar

I hope somebody knows IPA. I need help :hmm:
Eigi gegnir þat at segja at bók nøkkur er hreinferðug eðr ønnur spelluð því at vandliga ok dáliga eru bœkr ritnar ok annat kunnum vér eigi um þœr at dœma

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Re: Grandparents

Postby Linguaphile » 2020-07-08, 19:04

(en) grandmother, grandfather
diminutives: grandma, grandpa / gramma, grampa / granny, gramps / (southern US): mamaw, papaw [mæma, pæpa]
(is) amma, afi
(no) bestemor, bestefar
(sv) (father's side) farmor, farfar / (mother's side) mormor, morfar

(es) abuela, abuela / (diminutives) abuelita, abuelito / (Argentina) nona, nono / (diminutive for either gender) abue

(et) vanaema, vanaisa / vanamemm, vanataat / emm, ätt
(izh) ämmä, äijä
(liv) vanājemā, vanāizā / vanāǟma, vanātǭți / (father's side) izājemā, izāizā
(lud) babo, didi
(smi-smn) ákku, äijih
(smi-smk) āка, āйй
(smi-smj) áhkko, áddjá
(smi-sme) áhkku, áddjá
(smi-smp) áhkka, áddjá
(smi-sma) aahka, aajja / (father's side) aehtjaahka, aehtjaajja / (mother's side) tjidtjaahka, tjidtjaajja
(smi-smu) áhkká, ájjá
(vep) baboi, dedoi / bab, ded
(vot) ämme, äije / ämmä, äďďä / baabuška, ďeeduška / baba, ďeda
(vro) vanaimä, vanaesä / memm, tätä / äidi, teeda

Hmong Daw (hmn-daw) (father's side) pog, yawg / (mother's side) niamtais, yawmtxiv
Hmong Njua (hmn-nju) (father's side) puj, yawm / (mother's side) namtais, yawm
(ium) dux, ong

(haw) kupunawahine, kupunakāne / kuku wahine, kuku kāne / (diminutive for either gender) tūtū

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Re: Grandparents

Postby h34 » 2020-07-08, 20:37

(en) grandmother, grandfather
diminutives: grandma, grandpa / gramma, grampa / granny, gramps / (southern US): mamaw, papaw [mæma, pæpa]
(is) amma, afi
(no) bestemor, bestefar
(sv) (father's side) farmor, farfar / (mother's side) mormor, morfar

(es) abuela, abuela / (diminutives) abuelita, abuelito / (Argentina) nona, nono / (diminutive for either gender) abue

(et) vanaema, vanaisa / vanamemm, vanataat / emm, ätt
(izh) ämmä, äijä
(kv-kpv) (father's side): пöч, ыджыд ай / (mother's side): ыджыд мам, ыджыд бать
(liv) vanājemā, vanāizā / vanāǟma, vanātǭți / (father's side) izājemā, izāizā
(lud) babo, didi
(mhr) кова, коча
(smi-smn) ákku, äijih
(smi-smk) āка, āйй
(smi-smj) áhkko, áddjá
(smi-sme) áhkku, áddjá
(smi-smp) áhkka, áddjá
(smi-sma) aahka, aajja / (father's side) aehtjaahka, aehtjaajja / (mother's side) tjidtjaahka, tjidtjaajja
(smi-smu) áhkká, ájjá
(vep) baboi, dedoi / bab, ded
(vot) ämme, äije / ämmä, äďďä / baabuška, ďeeduška / baba, ďeda
(vro) vanaimä, vanaesä / memm, tätä / äidi, teeda

Hmong Daw (hmn-daw) (father's side) pog, yawg / (mother's side) niamtais, yawmtxiv
Hmong Njua (hmn-nju) (father's side) puj, yawm / (mother's side) namtais, yawm
(ium) dux, ong

(haw) kupunawahine, kupunakāne / kuku wahine, kuku kāne / (diminutive for either gender) tūtū

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Re: Grandparents

Postby Dormouse559 » 2020-07-08, 23:10

Adding French + correcting English IPA, typo on abuelo

(en) grandmother, grandfather
diminutives: grandma, grandpa / gramma, grampa / granny, gramps / (southern US): mamaw, papaw [ˈmæmɔ/ˈmæmɑ], [ˈpæpɔ/ˈpæpɑ]
(is) amma, afi
(no) bestemor, bestefar
(sv) (father's side) farmor, farfar / (mother's side) mormor, morfar

(es) abuela, abuelo / (diminutives) abuelita, abuelito / (Argentina) nona, nono / (diminutive for either gender) abue
(fr) grand-mère, grand-père (diminutives) mamie, papy/papi / mémé, pépé / mémère, pépère

(et) vanaema, vanaisa / vanamemm, vanataat / emm, ätt
(izh) ämmä, äijä
(kv-kpv) (father's side): пöч, ыджыд ай / (mother's side): ыджыд мам, ыджыд бать
(liv) vanājemā, vanāizā / vanāǟma, vanātǭți / (father's side) izājemā, izāizā
(lud) babo, didi
(mhr) кова, коча
(smi-smn) ákku, äijih
(smi-smk) āка, āйй
(smi-smj) áhkko, áddjá
(smi-sme) áhkku, áddjá
(smi-smp) áhkka, áddjá
(smi-sma) aahka, aajja / (father's side) aehtjaahka, aehtjaajja / (mother's side) tjidtjaahka, tjidtjaajja
(smi-smu) áhkká, ájjá
(vep) baboi, dedoi / bab, ded
(vot) ämme, äije / ämmä, äďďä / baabuška, ďeeduška / baba, ďeda
(vro) vanaimä, vanaesä / memm, tätä / äidi, teeda

Hmong Daw (hmn-daw) (father's side) pog, yawg / (mother's side) niamtais, yawmtxiv
Hmong Njua (hmn-nju) (father's side) puj, yawm / (mother's side) namtais, yawm
(ium) dux, ong

(haw) kupunawahine, kupunakāne / kuku wahine, kuku kāne / (diminutive for either gender) tūtū
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Re: Grandparents

Postby Linguaphile » 2020-07-08, 23:34

Dormouse559 wrote:typo on abuelo
LOL - thanks!

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Re: Grandparents

Postby h34 » 2020-07-09, 11:37

(da) bedstemor, bedstefar / (father's side): farmor, farfar / (mother's side): mormor, morfar
(de) Großmutter, Großvater / (diminutives): Oma, Opa
(en) grandmother, grandfather
diminutives: grandma, grandpa / gramma, grampa / granny, gramps / (southern US): mamaw, papaw [ˈmæmɔ/ˈmæmɑ], [ˈpæpɔ/ˈpæpɑ]
(is) amma, afi
(no) bestemor, bestefar
(sv) (father's side) farmor, farfar / (mother's side) mormor, morfar

(es) abuela, abuelo / (diminutives) abuelita, abuelito / (Argentina) nona, nono / (diminutive for either gender) abue
(fr) grand-mère, grand-père (diminutives) mamie, papy/papi / mémé, pépé / mémère, pépère

(et) vanaema, vanaisa / vanamemm, vanataat / emm, ätt
(izh) ämmä, äijä
(kv-kpv) (father's side): пöч, ыджыд ай / (mother's side): ыджыд мам, ыджыд бать
(liv) vanājemā, vanāizā / vanāǟma, vanātǭți / (father's side) izājemā, izāizā
(lud) babo, didi
(mhr) кова, коча
(mdf) (father's side): баба, атя / (mother's side): щава, щятя
(myv) (father's side) маласо баба, покштя / (mother's side): васоло баба, васоло покштя
(smi-smn) ákku, äijih
(smi-smk) āка, āйй
(smi-smj) áhkko, áddjá
(smi-sme) áhkku, áddjá
(smi-smp) áhkka, áddjá
(smi-sma) aahka, aajja / (father's side) aehtjaahka, aehtjaajja / (mother's side) tjidtjaahka, tjidtjaajja
(smi-smu) áhkká, ájjá
(udm) песянай, песятай
(vep) baboi, dedoi / bab, ded
(vot) ämme, äije / ämmä, äďďä / baabuška, ďeeduška / baba, ďeda
(vro) vanaimä, vanaesä / memm, tätä / äidi, teeda

(evn) энекэ (эбэкэ, эвэ), амака

Hmong Daw (hmn-daw) (father's side) pog, yawg / (mother's side) niamtais, yawmtxiv
Hmong Njua (hmn-nju) (father's side) puj, yawm / (mother's side) namtais, yawm
(ium) dux, ong

(haw) kupunawahine, kupunakāne / kuku wahine, kuku kāne / (diminutive for either gender) tūtū

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Re: Grandparents

Postby Hoogstwaarschijnlijk » 2020-07-12, 13:01

(da) bedstemor, bedstefar / (father's side): farmor, farfar / (mother's side): mormor, morfar
(de) Großmutter, Großvater / (diminutives): Oma, Opa
(nl) grootmoeder, grootvader / oma, opa
(en) grandmother, grandfather
diminutives: grandma, grandpa / gramma, grampa / granny, gramps / (southern US): mamaw, papaw [ˈmæmɔ/ˈmæmɑ], [ˈpæpɔ/ˈpæpɑ]
(is) amma, afi
(no) bestemor, bestefar
(sv) (father's side) farmor, farfar / (mother's side) mormor, morfar

(es) abuela, abuelo / (diminutives) abuelita, abuelito / (Argentina) nona, nono / (diminutive for either gender) abue
(fr) grand-mère, grand-père (diminutives) mamie, papy/papi / mémé, pépé / mémère, pépère

(et) vanaema, vanaisa / vanamemm, vanataat / emm, ätt
(izh) ämmä, äijä
(kv-kpv) (father's side): пöч, ыджыд ай / (mother's side): ыджыд мам, ыджыд бать
(liv) vanājemā, vanāizā / vanāǟma, vanātǭți / (father's side) izājemā, izāizā
(lud) babo, didi
(mhr) кова, коча
(mdf) (father's side): баба, атя / (mother's side): щава, щятя
(myv) (father's side) маласо баба, покштя / (mother's side): васоло баба, васоло покштя
(smi-smn) ákku, äijih
(smi-smk) āка, āйй
(smi-smj) áhkko, áddjá
(smi-sme) áhkku, áddjá
(smi-smp) áhkka, áddjá
(smi-sma) aahka, aajja / (father's side) aehtjaahka, aehtjaajja / (mother's side) tjidtjaahka, tjidtjaajja
(smi-smu) áhkká, ájjá
(udm) песянай, песятай
(vep) baboi, dedoi / bab, ded
(vot) ämme, äije / ämmä, äďďä / baabuška, ďeeduška / baba, ďeda
(vro) vanaimä, vanaesä / memm, tätä / äidi, teeda

(evn) энекэ (эбэкэ, эвэ), амака

Hmong Daw (hmn-daw) (father's side) pog, yawg / (mother's side) niamtais, yawmtxiv
Hmong Njua (hmn-nju) (father's side) puj, yawm / (mother's side) namtais, yawm
(ium) dux, ong

(haw) kupunawahine, kupunakāne / kuku wahine, kuku kāne / (diminutive for either gender) tūtū[/quote]
Native: Dutch
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Re: Grandparents

Postby Tenebrarum » 2020-07-13, 11:21

(da) bedstemor, bedstefar / (father's side): farmor, farfar / (mother's side): mormor, morfar
(de) Großmutter, Großvater / (diminutives): Oma, Opa
(nl) grootmoeder, grootvader / oma, opa
(en) grandmother, grandfather
diminutives: grandma, grandpa / gramma, grampa / granny, gramps / (southern US): mamaw, papaw [ˈmæmɔ/ˈmæmɑ], [ˈpæpɔ/ˈpæpɑ]
(is) amma, afi
(no) bestemor, bestefar
(sv) (father's side) farmor, farfar / (mother's side) mormor, morfar

(es) abuela, abuelo / (diminutives) abuelita, abuelito / (Argentina) nona, nono / (diminutive for either gender) abue
(fr) grand-mère, grand-père (diminutives) mamie, papy/papi / mémé, pépé / mémère, pépère

(et) vanaema, vanaisa / vanamemm, vanataat / emm, ätt
(izh) ämmä, äijä
(kv-kpv) (father's side): пöч, ыджыд ай / (mother's side): ыджыд мам, ыджыд бать
(liv) vanājemā, vanāizā / vanāǟma, vanātǭți / (father's side) izājemā, izāizā
(lud) babo, didi
(mhr) кова, коча
(mdf) (father's side): баба, атя / (mother's side): щава, щятя
(myv) (father's side) маласо баба, покштя / (mother's side): васоло баба, васоло покштя
(smi-smn) ákku, äijih
(smi-smk) āка, āйй
(smi-smj) áhkko, áddjá
(smi-sme) áhkku, áddjá
(smi-smp) áhkka, áddjá
(smi-sma) aahka, aajja / (father's side) aehtjaahka, aehtjaajja / (mother's side) tjidtjaahka, tjidtjaajja
(smi-smu) áhkká, ájjá
(udm) песянай, песятай
(vep) baboi, dedoi / bab, ded
(vot) ämme, äije / ämmä, äďďä / baabuška, ďeeduška / baba, ďeda
(vro) vanaimä, vanaesä / memm, tätä / äidi, teeda

(evn) энекэ (эбэкэ, эвэ), амака

Hmong Daw (hmn-daw) (father's side) pog, yawg / (mother's side) niamtais, yawmtxiv
Hmong Njua (hmn-nju) (father's side) puj, yawm / (mother's side) namtais, yawm
(ium) dux, ong

(vi) (father's side) bà nội, ông nội [nội: 內] / (mother's side) bà ngoại, ông ngoại [ngoại: 外] / (grandparents in general): ông bà

(haw) kupunawahine, kupunakāne / kuku wahine, kuku kāne / (diminutive for either gender) tūtū[/quote]
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Re: Grandparents

Postby aldar » 2020-07-21, 14:36

(da) bedstemor, bedstefar / (father's side): farmor, farfar / (mother's side): mormor, morfar
(de) Großmutter, Großvater / (diminutives): Oma, Opa
(nl) grootmoeder, grootvader / oma, opa
(en) grandmother, grandfather
diminutives: grandma, grandpa / gramma, grampa / granny, gramps / (southern US): mamaw, papaw [ˈmæmɔ/ˈmæmɑ], [ˈpæpɔ/ˈpæpɑ]
(is) amma, afi
(no) bestemor, bestefar
(sv) (father's side) farmor, farfar / (mother's side) mormor, morfar

(cs) babička, děda / (diminutive) dědeček / (dialect) stařenka, staříček

(es) abuela, abuelo / (diminutives) abuelita, abuelito / (Argentina) nona, nono / (diminutive for either gender) abue
(fr) grand-mère, grand-père (diminutives) mamie, papy/papi / mémé, pépé / mémère, pépère

(et) vanaema, vanaisa / vanamemm, vanataat / emm, ätt
(izh) ämmä, äijä
(kv-kpv) (father's side): пöч, ыджыд ай / (mother's side): ыджыд мам, ыджыд бать
(liv) vanājemā, vanāizā / vanāǟma, vanātǭți / (father's side) izājemā, izāizā
(lud) babo, didi
(mhr) кова, коча
(mdf) (father's side): баба, атя / (mother's side): щава, щятя
(myv) (father's side) маласо баба, покштя / (mother's side): васоло баба, васоло покштя
(smi-smn) ákku, äijih
(smi-smk) āка, āйй
(smi-smj) áhkko, áddjá
(smi-sme) áhkku, áddjá
(smi-smp) áhkka, áddjá
(smi-sma) aahka, aajja / (father's side) aehtjaahka, aehtjaajja / (mother's side) tjidtjaahka, tjidtjaajja
(smi-smu) áhkká, ájjá
(udm) песянай, песятай
(vep) baboi, dedoi / bab, ded
(vot) ämme, äije / ämmä, äďďä / baabuška, ďeeduška / baba, ďeda
(vro) vanaimä, vanaesä / memm, tätä / äidi, teeda

(evn) энекэ (эбэкэ, эвэ), амака

Hmong Daw (hmn-daw) (father's side) pog, yawg / (mother's side) niamtais, yawmtxiv
Hmong Njua (hmn-nju) (father's side) puj, yawm / (mother's side) namtais, yawm
(ium) dux, ong

(vi) (father's side) bà nội, ông nội [nội: 內] / (mother's side) bà ngoại, ông ngoại [ngoại: 外] / (grandparents in general): ông bà

(haw) kupunawahine, kupunakāne / kuku wahine, kuku kāne / (diminutive for either gender) tūtū[/quote][/quote]

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Re: Grandparents

Postby h34 » 2020-07-26, 13:54

+ Tatar, Russian

(da) bedstemor, bedstefar / (father's side): farmor, farfar / (mother's side): mormor, morfar
(de) Großmutter, Großvater / (diminutives): Oma, Opa
(nl) grootmoeder, grootvader / oma, opa
(en) grandmother, grandfather
diminutives: grandma, grandpa / gramma, grampa / granny, gramps / (southern US): mamaw, papaw [ˈmæmɔ/ˈmæmɑ], [ˈpæpɔ/ˈpæpɑ]
(is) amma, afi
(no) bestemor, bestefar
(sv) (father's side) farmor, farfar / (mother's side) mormor, morfar

(cs) babička, děda / (diminutive) dědeček / (dialect) stařenka, staříček
(ru) бабушка, дед (diminutive дедушка)

(es) abuela, abuelo / (diminutives) abuelita, abuelito / (Argentina) nona, nono / (diminutive for either gender) abue
(fr) grand-mère, grand-père (diminutives) mamie, papy/papi / mémé, pépé / mémère, pépère

(et) vanaema, vanaisa / vanamemm, vanataat / emm, ätt
(izh) ämmä, äijä
(kv-kpv) (father's side): пöч, ыджыд ай / (mother's side): ыджыд мам, ыджыд бать
(liv) vanājemā, vanāizā / vanāǟma, vanātǭți / (father's side) izājemā, izāizā
(lud) babo, didi
(mhr) кова, коча
(mdf) (father's side): баба, атя / (mother's side): щава, щятя
(myv) (father's side) маласо баба, покштя / (mother's side): васоло баба, васоло покштя
(smi-smn) ákku, äijih
(smi-smk) āка, āйй
(smi-smj) áhkko, áddjá
(smi-sme) áhkku, áddjá
(smi-smp) áhkka, áddjá
(smi-sma) aahka, aajja / (father's side) aehtjaahka, aehtjaajja / (mother's side) tjidtjaahka, tjidtjaajja
(smi-smu) áhkká, ájjá
(udm) песянай, песятай
(vep) baboi, dedoi / bab, ded
(vot) ämme, äije / ämmä, äďďä / baabuška, ďeeduška / baba, ďeda
(vro) vanaimä, vanaesä / memm, tätä / äidi, teeda

(tt) дәү әни, дәү әти / colloquial: әби, бабай

(evn) энекэ (эбэкэ, эвэ), амака

Hmong Daw (hmn-daw) (father's side) pog, yawg / (mother's side) niamtais, yawmtxiv
Hmong Njua (hmn-nju) (father's side) puj, yawm / (mother's side) namtais, yawm
(ium) dux, ong

(vi) (father's side) bà nội, ông nội [nội: 內] / (mother's side) bà ngoại, ông ngoại [ngoại: 外] / (grandparents in general): ông bà

(haw) kupunawahine, kupunakāne / kuku wahine, kuku kāne / (diminutive for either gender) tūtū

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Re: Grandparents

Postby Naava » 2020-08-04, 8:45

+ Finnish and the dialects.

Not all of the names I've listed here are equally popular. Some are probably half-forgotten and some are only used in certain regions. Ämmä has gained a pejorative meaning in many places; muori is known especially as the wife/partner of Santa, but perhaps also used by some as 'grandmother'. Mummu, mummi and mummo have spread across Finland. Mumma, momma, isu are markedly Southern Ostrobothnian. Fammu and tummu are used in Western coast. Similarly, tuhva, tuffa are known in Satakunta (South West) - these are loans from Swedish storfar, sturmur and farmor. Paappa, paapa are Southern Ostrobothnia names. Pappa, ukki, vaari are used everywhere in Finland AFAIK. (Note that I've lived all my life in West Finland, so I don't know for sure what names are used in East or North.)

Kotus (which is the source I've used for this) also says that akka could've meant 'grandmother' at some point. In spoken language, it's usually pejorative word for '(old) woman' but I wouldn't be surprised if it had meant 'grandmother', since we have ukko for 'grandfather'. Also, North Sami áhkku is quite close to akka; even if the words weren't related, I could imagine people living in the same area where áhkku is/was used would call their grandmothers akka. (But that's just speculation!)

I haven't heard anyone using the words with vanha- or suur- prefixes, but my family has a system where grandparents are called mumma and paapa, and great-grandparents are vanhamumma and vanhapaapa.

(da) bedstemor, bedstefar / (father's side): farmor, farfar / (mother's side): mormor, morfar
(de) Großmutter, Großvater / (diminutives): Oma, Opa
(nl) grootmoeder, grootvader / oma, opa
(en) grandmother, grandfather
diminutives: grandma, grandpa / gramma, grampa / granny, gramps / (southern S): mamaw, papaw [ˈmæmɔ/ˈmæmɑ], [ˈpæpɔ/ˈpæpɑ]
(is) amma, afi
(no) bestemor, bestefar
(sv) (father's side) farmor, farfar / (mother's side) mormor, morfar

(cs) babička, děda / (diminutive) dědeček / (dialect) stařenka, staříček
(ru) бабушка, дед (diminutive дедушка)

(es) abuela, abuelo / (diminutives) abuelita, abuelito / (Argentina) nona, nono / (diminutive for either gender) abue
(fr) grand-mère, grand-père (diminutives) mamie, papy/papi / mémé, pépé / mémère, pépère

(et) vanaema, vanaisa / vanamemm, vanataat / emm, ätt
(fi) isoäiti, isoisä / (mother's side): äidinäiti, äidinisä / (father's side): isänäiti, isänisä
(fi) [dialects] GRANDMOTHER: ämmä, ämmi, ämmö, muori, mamma, nanna (nenna), mummu, mummo, mumma, momma, mummi, fammu (vammu), famu (faamu), vammu, tummu, muffa, murfaari [map], isoäiti (iss-äiti, isooäitee, isuäitee, isu), isomamma, isomuori, suuräiti, suurämmä, suurmummo, vanhaäiti [map]
GRANDFATHER: ukko (ukkovaari; father's side: ukkoisä, kotiukko; mother's side: kirkkoukko, kyläukko), ukki (ukkivaari), äijä (äijäfaari), äiji, äijö, vaari, pappa, paappa (paapa), taata, tuffa (tuhva), tuora, tuhari, vaija, fasfaari, förfaari, faffa, fafa, fappu, faateri [map], isoisä, isopappa, isotaata, isovaari, suurisä (suuri, suusa, suusi), suurpappa, suurtaata (suta, suuti, suutu, suutti), suurtaatto, suurukko (surkko, surkka, suurkko), vanhaisä [map]
(izh) ämmä, äijä
(kv-kpv) (father's side): пöч, ыджыд ай / (mother's side): ыджыд мам, ыджыд бать
(liv) vanājemā, vanāizā / vanāǟma, vanātǭți / (father's side) izājemā, izāizā
(lud) babo, didi
(mhr) кова, коча
(mdf) (father's side): баба, атя / (mother's side): щава, щятя
(myv) (father's side) маласо баба, покштя / (mother's side): васоло баба, васоло покштя
(smi-smn) ákku, äijih
(smi-smk) āка, āйй
(smi-smj) áhkko, áddjá
(smi-sme) áhkku, áddjá
(smi-smp) áhkka, áddjá
(smi-sma) aahka, aajja / (father's side) aehtjaahka, aehtjaajja / (mother's side) tjidtjaahka, tjidtjaajja
(smi-smu) áhkká, ájjá
(udm) песянай, песятай
(vep) baboi, dedoi / bab, ded
(vot) ämme, äije / ämmä, äďďä / baabuška, ďeeduška / baba, ďeda
(vro) vanaimä, vanaesä / memm, tätä / äidi, teeda

(tt) дәү әни, дәү әти / colloquial: әби, бабай

(evn) энекэ (эбэкэ, эвэ), амака

Hmong Daw (hmn-daw) (father's side) pog, yawg / (mother's side) niamtais, yawmtxiv
Hmong Njua (hmn-nju) (father's side) puj, yawm / (mother's side) namtais, yawm
(ium) dux, ong

(vi) (father's side) bà nội, ông nội [nội: 內] / (mother's side) bà ngoại, ông ngoại [ngoại: 外] / (grandparents in general): ông bà

(haw) kupunawahine, kupunakāne / kuku wahine, kuku kāne / (diminutive for either gender) tūtū

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Re: Grandparents

Postby mizuz » 2020-08-08, 10:33

(da) bedstemor, bedstefar / (father's side): farmor, farfar / (mother's side): mormor, morfar
(de) Großmutter, Großvater / (diminutives): Oma, Opa
(nl) grootmoeder, grootvader / oma, opa
(en) grandmother, grandfather
diminutives: grandma, grandpa / gramma, grampa / granny, gramps / (southern S): mamaw, papaw [ˈmæmɔ/ˈmæmɑ], [ˈpæpɔ/ˈpæpɑ]
(is) amma, afi
(no) bestemor, bestefar
(sv) (father's side) farmor, farfar / (mother's side) mormor, morfar

(cs) babička, děda / (diminutive) dědeček / (dialect) stařenka, staříček
(ru) бабушка, дед (diminutive дедушка)

(es) abuela, abuelo / (diminutives) abuelita, abuelito / (Argentina) nona, nono / (diminutive for either gender) abue
(fr) grand-mère, grand-père (diminutives) mamie, papy/papi / mémé, pépé / mémère, pépère
(it) nonna, nonno / (diminutives, not really used) nonnina, nonnino

(et) vanaema, vanaisa / vanamemm, vanataat / emm, ätt
(fi) isoäiti, isoisä / (mother's side): äidinäiti, äidinisä / (father's side): isänäiti, isänisä
(fi) [dialects] GRANDMOTHER: ämmä, ämmi, ämmö, muori, mamma, nanna (nenna), mummu, mummo, mumma, momma, mummi, fammu (vammu), famu (faamu), vammu, tummu, muffa, murfaari [map], isoäiti (iss-äiti, isooäitee, isuäitee, isu), isomamma, isomuori, suuräiti, suurämmä, suurmummo, vanhaäiti [map]
GRANDFATHER: ukko (ukkovaari; father's side: ukkoisä, kotiukko; mother's side: kirkkoukko, kyläukko), ukki (ukkivaari), äijä (äijäfaari), äiji, äijö, vaari, pappa, paappa (paapa), taata, tuffa (tuhva), tuora, tuhari, vaija, fasfaari, förfaari, faffa, fafa, fappu, faateri [map], isoisä, isopappa, isotaata, isovaari, suurisä (suuri, suusa, suusi), suurpappa, suurtaata (suta, suuti, suutu, suutti), suurtaatto, suurukko (surkko, surkka, suurkko), vanhaisä [map]
(izh) ämmä, äijä
(kv-kpv) (father's side): пöч, ыджыд ай / (mother's side): ыджыд мам, ыджыд бать
(liv) vanājemā, vanāizā / vanāǟma, vanātǭți / (father's side) izājemā, izāizā
(lud) babo, didi
(mhr) кова, коча
(mdf) (father's side): баба, атя / (mother's side): щава, щятя
(myv) (father's side) маласо баба, покштя / (mother's side): васоло баба, васоло покштя
(smi-smn) ákku, äijih
(smi-smk) āка, āйй
(smi-smj) áhkko, áddjá
(smi-sme) áhkku, áddjá
(smi-smp) áhkka, áddjá
(smi-sma) aahka, aajja / (father's side) aehtjaahka, aehtjaajja / (mother's side) tjidtjaahka, tjidtjaajja
(smi-smu) áhkká, ájjá
(udm) песянай, песятай
(vep) baboi, dedoi / bab, ded
(vot) ämme, äije / ämmä, äďďä / baabuška, ďeeduška / baba, ďeda
(vro) vanaimä, vanaesä / memm, tätä / äidi, teeda

(tt) дәү әни, дәү әти / colloquial: әби, бабай

(evn) энекэ (эбэкэ, эвэ), амака

Hmong Daw (hmn-daw) (father's side) pog, yawg / (mother's side) niamtais, yawmtxiv
Hmong Njua (hmn-nju) (father's side) puj, yawm / (mother's side) namtais, yawm
(ium) dux, ong

(vi) (father's side) bà nội, ông nội [nội: 內] / (mother's side) bà ngoại, ông ngoại [ngoại: 外] / (grandparents in general): ông bà

(haw) kupunawahine, kupunakāne / kuku wahine, kuku kāne / (diminutive for either gender) tūtū

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Re: Grandparents

Postby h34 » 2020-08-09, 16:51

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(da) bedstemor, bedstefar / (father's side): farmor, farfar / (mother's side): mormor, morfar
(de) Großmutter, Großvater / (diminutives): Oma, Opa
(nl) grootmoeder, grootvader / oma, opa
(en) grandmother, grandfather
diminutives: grandma, grandpa / gramma, grampa / granny, gramps / (southern S): mamaw, papaw [ˈmæmɔ/ˈmæmɑ], [ˈpæpɔ/ˈpæpɑ]
(is) amma, afi
(no) bestemor, bestefar
(sv) (father's side) farmor, farfar / (mother's side) mormor, morfar

(cs) babička, děda / (diminutive) dědeček / (dialect) stařenka, staříček
(ru) бабушка, дед (diminutive дедушка)

(es) abuela, abuelo / (diminutives) abuelita, abuelito / (Argentina) nona, nono / (diminutive for either gender) abue
(fr) grand-mère, grand-père (diminutives) mamie, papy/papi / mémé, pépé / mémère, pépère
(it) nonna, nonno / (diminutives, not really used) nonnina, nonnino

(et) vanaema, vanaisa / vanamemm, vanataat / emm, ätt
(fi) isoäiti, isoisä / (mother's side): äidinäiti, äidinisä / (father's side): isänäiti, isänisä
(fi) [dialects] GRANDMOTHER: ämmä, ämmi, ämmö, muori, mamma, nanna (nenna), mummu, mummo, mumma, momma, mummi, fammu (vammu), famu (faamu), vammu, tummu, muffa, murfaari [map], isoäiti (iss-äiti, isooäitee, isuäitee, isu), isomamma, isomuori, suuräiti, suurämmä, suurmummo, vanhaäiti [map]
GRANDFATHER: ukko (ukkovaari; father's side: ukkoisä, kotiukko; mother's side: kirkkoukko, kyläukko), ukki (ukkivaari), äijä (äijäfaari), äiji, äijö, vaari, pappa, paappa (paapa), taata, tuffa (tuhva), tuora, tuhari, vaija, fasfaari, förfaari, faffa, fafa, fappu, faateri [map], isoisä, isopappa, isotaata, isovaari, suurisä (suuri, suusa, suusi), suurpappa, suurtaata (suta, suuti, suutu, suutti), suurtaatto, suurukko (surkko, surkka, suurkko), vanhaisä [map]
(izh) ämmä, äijä
(kv-kpv) (father's side): пöч, ыджыд ай / (mother's side): ыджыд мам, ыджыд бать
(liv) vanājemā, vanāizā / vanāǟma, vanātǭți / (father's side) izājemā, izāizā
(lud) babo, didi
(mdf) (father's side): баба, атя / (mother's side): щава, щятя
(mhr) кова, коча
(mrj) папа, тьотя
(myv) (father's side) маласо баба, покштя / (mother's side): васоло баба, васоло покштя
(smi-smn) ákku, äijih
(smi-smk) āка, āйй
(smi-smj) áhkko, áddjá
(smi-sme) áhkku, áddjá
(smi-smp) áhkka, áddjá
(smi-sma) aahka, aajja / (father's side) aehtjaahka, aehtjaajja / (mother's side) tjidtjaahka, tjidtjaajja
(smi-smu) áhkká, ájjá
(udm) песянай, песятай
(vep) baboi, dedoi / bab, ded
(vot) ämme, äije / ämmä, äďďä / baabuška, ďeeduška / baba, ďeda
(vro) vanaimä, vanaesä / memm, tätä / äidi, teeda

(tt) дәү әни, дәү әти / colloquial: әби, бабай

(evn) энекэ (эбэкэ, эвэ), амака

Hmong Daw (hmn-daw) (father's side) pog, yawg / (mother's side) niamtais, yawmtxiv
Hmong Njua (hmn-nju) (father's side) puj, yawm / (mother's side) namtais, yawm
(ium) dux, ong

(vi) (father's side) bà nội, ông nội [nội: 內] / (mother's side) bà ngoại, ông ngoại [ngoại: 外] / (grandparents in general): ông bà

(haw) kupunawahine, kupunakāne / kuku wahine, kuku kāne / (diminutive for either gender) tūtū


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