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uncle, aunt, cousin, grandma, grandpa

Croatian translation: ujak/stric

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English term or phrase:uncle
Croatian translation:ujak/stric
Entered by: Vesna Zivcic
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18:34 Jan 3, 2002
English to Croatian translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: uncle, aunt, cousin, grandma, grandpa
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ujak/stric...
Explanation:
uncle - from mother's side: ujak
- from father's side: stric

aunt - father's sister: tetka, teta
uncle's wife: ujna, strina

cousin - female: sestrična
- male: bratić

grandma - baka (sometimes: baba)

grandpa - djed (sometimes: deda)
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Vesna Zivcic
Local time: 08:55
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ujak/stric...


Explanation:
uncle - from mother's side: ujak
- from father's side: stric

aunt - father's sister: tetka, teta
uncle's wife: ujna, strina

cousin - female: sestrična
- male: bratić

grandma - baka (sometimes: baba)

grandpa - djed (sometimes: deda)

Vesna Zivcic
Local time: 08:55
Native speaker of: Croatian
PRO pts in pair: 853
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Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Seadeta Osmani
16 mins

agree  valentinas
20 mins

agree  Nenija Hasanic
1 hr

agree  peristil: patially agree, aunt and uncle are fine but cousin could also be: male: rođak female: rodica and for grandpa depending on where you're from could be dida or nono as well
12 hrs
  -> Yes, this is how you call it in Dalmatia/on the Adriatic coast; still, it's not standard language

agree  Branka Ramadanovic
15 hrs

agree  alz: except for "baba" & "deda" (not standard either)
1 day 22 hrs

agree  TBQGS
2 days 13 hrs

agree  sonia_bm
5 days

agree  xxxvlelecta
27 days
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