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Family words in various languages

Words for family members and other relatives in a number of different languages.

Alphabetical index | Index by language family


Alphbetical index of the kinship pages

  1. Afrikaans, Albanian
  2. Belarusian, Bengali, Breton, Bulgarian
  3. Catalan, Chinese (Cantonese), Chinese (Hakka), Chinese (Mandarin), Chinese (Taiwanese), Cornish, Croatian, Cuyonon, Czech
  4. Danish, Dutch
  5. Esperanto, Estonian
  6. Faroese, Finnish, French
  7. Galician, German, Greek
  8. Hindi, Hungarian
  9. Icelandic, Irish, Italian
  10. Japanese, Javanese
  11. Kadazandusun, Korean
  12. Laala, Latvian, Lithuanian
  13. Macedonian, Malay, Manx Gaelic
  14. Navajo, Norwegian
  15. Occitan
  16. Polish, Portuguese
  17. Quapaw
  18. Romanian, Russian
  19. Scottish Gaelic, Serbian, Slovak, Slovenian, Solresol, Spanish, Swedish
  20. Turkish, Tuvaluan
  21. Ukrainian
  22. Vietnamese
  23. Welsh
  24. Xhosa
  25. Yiddish
  26. Zulu

If you would like to make any corrections or additions to this page, or if you can provide recordings of these numbers, please contact me.

Links

Family words in various languages
http://forum.wordreference.com/showthread.php?t=703851

How to say father in many languages
http://holidayplace.co.uk/blogs/posts/119287/how-to-say-father-around-the-world

Multilingual pages

Phrases | Numbers | Numerals | Colours | Telling the time | Weather words | Family words | Terms of endearment | Language names | Country names | Idioms | Proverbs | Tongue twisters | Signs | Compass directions | UDHR | Tower of Babel | Songs | Omniglot | Seven dwarfs | Zodiac signs | Computer parts | Compass directions | Animal sounds



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