Words for family members and other relatives in Welsh, a Brythonic Celtic language spoken mainly in Wales, and also in Patagonia in Argentina.
Key to abbreviations: m = male, f = female, NW = North Walian (used in North Wales) SW = South Walian (used in South Wales)
|uncle||ewythr / wncwl|
|aunt||modryb / anti|
|grandparents||nain a thaid (NW)
mam-gu a thad-cu (SW)
|grand nephew||nai bach|
|grand niece||nith fach|
|great grandfather||hen daid (NW)
hen dad-cu (SW)
|great grandmother||hen nain (NW)
hen fam-gu (SW)
|great uncle||hen ewythr|
|great aunt||hen fodryb|
|father-in-law||tad yng nghyfraith
|mother-in-law||mam yng nghyfraith
|brother-in-law||brawd yng nghyfraith|
|sister-in-law||chwaer yng nghyfraith|
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