Words for family members and other relatives in Zulu (isiZulu), a Bantu language spoken mainly in South Africa.
|uncle||ubabomkhulu (father's elder brother)
ubabomncane (father's yougner brother)
umalume (mother's brother)
|aunt||ubabekazi (father's sister)
umamncane (mother's younger sister)
umamkhulu (mother's elder sister)
umalumekazi (mother's brother's wife)
|father-in-law||umukhwe (husband's father)
ubabezala (wife's father)
|mother-in-law||umkhwekazi (husband's mother)
umamezala (wife's mother)
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