Aunt In Different Languages

Aunt is called hallë in Albanian Language.

Aunt is called izeba in Basque Language.

Aunt is called цётка in Belarusian Language.

Aunt is called tetka in Bosnian Language.

Aunt is called леля in Bulgarian Language.

Aunt is called tia in Catalan Language.

Aunt is called zia in Corsican Language.

Aunt is called tetka in Croatian Language.

Aunt is called teta in Czech Language.

Aunt is called tante in Danish Language.

Aunt is called tante in Dutch Language.

Aunt is called tädi in Estonian Language.

Aunt is called täti in Finnish Language.

Aunt is called tante in French Language.

Aunt is called muoike in Frisian Language.

Aunt is called tía in Galician Language.

Aunt is called Tante in German Language.

Aunt is called θεία [theía] in Greek Language.

Aunt is called néni in Hungarian Language.

Aunt is called Frænka in Icelandic Language.

Aunt is called aintín in Irish Language.

Aunt is called zia in Italian Language.

Aunt is called tante in Latvian Language.

Aunt is called teta in Lithuanian Language.

Aunt is called Tatta in Luxembourgish Language.

Aunt is called тетка in Macedonian Language.

Aunt is called zija in Maltese Language.

Aunt is called tante in Norwegian Language.

Aunt is called ciocia in Polish Language.

Aunt is called tia in Portuguese Language.

Aunt is called mătuşă in Romanian Language.

Aunt is called тетка [tetka] in Russian Language.

Aunt is called antaidh in Scots Gaelic Language.

Aunt is called тетка [tetka] in Serbian Language.

Aunt is called teta in Slovak Language.

Aunt is called teta in Slovenian Language.

Aunt is called tía in Spanish Language.

Aunt is called moster in Swedish Language.

Aunt is called апа in Tatar Language.

Aunt is called тітка [titka] in Ukrainian Language.

Aunt is called modryb in Welsh Language.

Aunt is called מומע in Yiddish Language.

Aunt is called հորաքույր in Armenian Language.

Aunt is called xala in Azerbaijani Language.

Aunt is called মাসি in Bengali Language.

Aunt is called 姑妈 [gūmā] in Chinese Simplified Language.

Aunt is called 姑媽 [gūmā] in Chinese Traditional Language.

Aunt is called დეიდა [deida] in Georgian Language.

Aunt is called કાકી in Gujarati Language.

Aunt is called चाची in Hindi Language.

Aunt is called phauj in Hmong Language.

Aunt is called 叔母 in Japanese Language.

Aunt is called ಚಿಕ್ಕಮ್ಮನ in Kannada Language.

Aunt is called тәте in Kazakh Language.

Aunt is called មីង in Khmer Language.

Aunt is called 이모 [imo] in Korean Language.

Aunt is called эжеке in Kyrgyz Language.

Aunt is called ປ້າ in Lao Language.

Aunt is called അമ്മായി in Malayalam Language.

Aunt is called काकू in Marathi Language.

Aunt is called авга эгч in Mongolian Language.

Aunt is called အဒေါ် in Myanmar (Burmese) Language.

Aunt is called चाची in Nepali Language.

Aunt is called ଖୁଡି in Odia Language.

Aunt is called ترور in Pashto Language.

Aunt is called ਮਾਸੀ in Punjabi Language.

Aunt is called چاچي in Sindhi Language.

Aunt is called නැන්දා in Sinhala Language.

Aunt is called хола in Tajik Language.

Aunt is called அத்தை in Tamil Language.

Aunt is called అత్త in Telugu Language.

Aunt is called ป้า in Thai Language.

Aunt is called teyze in Turkish Language.

Aunt is called daýza in Turkmen Language.

Aunt is called چاچی in Urdu Language.

Aunt is called ھامما in Uyghur Language.

Aunt is called amma in Uzbek Language.

Aunt is called cô dì in Vietnamese Language.

Aunt is called عمة [eima] in Arabic Language.

Aunt is called דוֹדָה in Hebrew Language.

Aunt is called met in Kurdish (Kurmanji) Language.

Aunt is called عمه in Persian Language.

Aunt is called tante in Afrikaans Language.

Aunt is called አክስቴ in Amharic Language.

Aunt is called azakhali in Chichewa Language.

Aunt is called inna in Hausa Language.

Aunt is called nwanne mama in Igbo Language.

Aunt is called nyirasenge in Kinyarwanda Language.

Aunt is called ‘Mangoane in Sesotho Language.

Aunt is called tete in Shona Language.

Aunt is called aayadaa in Somali Language.

Aunt is called shangazi in Swahili Language.

Aunt is called umakazi in Xhosa Language.

Aunt is called anti in Yoruba Language.

Aunt is called anti in Zulu Language.

Aunt is called iyaan in Cebuano Language.

Aunt is called Tiya in Filipino Language.

Aunt is called ʻanakē in Hawaiian Language.

Aunt is called bibi in Indonesian Language.

Aunt is called lik in Javanese Language.

Aunt is called nenitoa in Malagasy Language.

Aunt is called makcik in Malay Language.

Aunt is called whaea keke in Maori Language.

Aunt is called aunty in Samoan Language.

Aunt is called bibi in Sundanese Language.

Aunt is called onklino in Esperanto Language.

Aunt is called matant in Haitian Creole Language.

Aunt is called adfinitate coniungitur in Latin Language.