Words for family members and other relatives in Danish, a North Germanic language spoken mainly in Denmark.
Key to abbreviations: m = male, f = female, pt = paternal (father's side), mt = maternal (mother's side).
|uncle||onkel; farbror (pt); morbror (mt)|
|aunt||tante; faster (pt); moster (mt)|
|cousin||fætter (m); kusine (f)|
|grandparents||bedsteforældre; farforældre (pt); morforældre (mt)|
|grandfather||bedstefar; farfar (pt); morfar (mt)|
|grandmother||bedstemor; farmor (pt); mormor (mt)|
Family words in Germanic languages
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