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Members of the family

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Let's learn the members of the family. The abbreviations are:

s.f. = substantiv feminin (feminine noun)

s.m. = substantiv masculin (masculine noun)

The plural form is indicated before abbreviation.

mamă,  e (s.f.) = engl. mother

tată, tați (s.m.) = engl. father

frate, frați (s.m.) = engl. brother

soră, surori(s.f.) = engl. sister

soț,  i (s.m.) = engl. husband

soție,  i (s.f.) = engl. wife

noră, nurori (s.f.) = engl. daughter in law

ginere, gineri (s.m.) = engl. son in law

cumnat, cumnați (s.m.) = engl. brother in law

cumnată, -e (s.f.) = engl. sister-in-law

văr, veri (s.m.) = engl. cousin

verișoară,  e (s.f.) = engl. cousin

nepot, nepoți (s.m.) = engl. nephew

nepoată,  e (s.f.) = engl. niece

bunic,  i (s.m.) = engl. grandfather

bunică,  i (s.f.) = engl. grandmother

socru,  i (s.m.) = engl. father in law

soacră,  e (s.f.) = engl. mother in law

naș,  i (s.m.) = engl. godfather

nașă,  e (s.f.) = engl. godmother


Mona Moldoveanu Pologea, PhD Linguist

ROLANG School Managing Director