What is the Macedonian word for grandmother written in English?

What is the Macedonian word for grandmother written in English?
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Is the word 'nonna' the Italian equivalent of the English word 'grandmother'?

Yes, the feminine singular noun nonna is  the Italian equivalent of the English word "grandmother." The  pronunciation will be "NON-na" in Italian.
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