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Arabic; Jed
Hebrew; Saba
Aramaic (Syriac); Sawa
Somali; Awoowe
Tigrinya; Aebo Hago
Maltese; Nannu
Tamazight (Berber); Babahlu (standard), Dada (colloquial)
Ancient Egyptian; It
French/Walloon; Grand-père
Spanish; Abuelo
Catalan; Avi
Portuguese/Galician; Avo
Italian; Nonno
Sardinian; Nonnu
Sicilian; Nunnu
Romansh; Tat
Romanian; Bunic
Latin; Avus
Esperanto; Avo
German; Grossvater (standard), Opa (colloquial)
Yiddish; Zaide
Dutch/Flemish/Afrikaans; Grootvader (standard), Opa (colloquial)
Frisian; Pake
Luxembourgish; Grousspapp (standard), Bopa (colloquial)
Swedish; Morfar (Maternal), Farfar (Paternal)
Danish; Bedstefar
Norwegian; Bestefar
Icelandic; Afi
Faeroese; Abbi
Finnish; Isoisä
Estonian; Vanaisa
Sami; Addja
Hungarian; Nagyapapa
Russian/Ukrainian/Belarusian; Dedushka
Polish; Dziadek
Czech/Slovak; Dědeček
Serbian; Deda
Croatian; Djed
Slovene; Ded
Macedonian; Dedo
Bulgarian; Dyado
Latvian; Vectēvs
Lithuanian; Senelis
Breton; Tadkozh
Gaelic (Irish); Seanathair (standard) daideó (colloquial)
Gaelic (Scottish); Seanair
Welsh; Tadcu (standard), Taid (colloquial)
Manx; Shenayr
Cornish; Sira Wynn
Albanian; Gjysh
Greek; Papous
Armenian; Papik
Hindi/Urdu/Punjabi/Gujerati; Naana (maternal), Daada (paternal), Baaba (courteous)
Pashto; Baba
Bengali; Dadamoshai (Maternal), Thakurdada (Paternal)
Assamese; Kokako
Sanskrit; Pitamaha
Kurdish; Bdebpir
Persian; Pader Buzorg
Tamil/Telugu; Taattaa
Sinhalese; Aataa
Japanese; Ojisan
Korean; Han a beo ji
Chinese; Wài Gōng (Maternal), Yé Ye (Paternal)
Cantonese; Gong Gong (Maternal), Yeh Yeh (Paternal)
Vietnamese; Ông
Lao; PhO&O-tu@u (maternal), PhO&O-pu&u (paternal)
Thai; Dta (Maternal), Pu (Paternal)
Indonesian; Kakek
Malay; Datuk
Philippino; Lolo
Mongol; Uwug Ekheg, Uwgun Aab
Turkish; Dede, Büyükbaba
Azeri; Baba
Kazakh; Ata
Uzbek; Bobo
Abkhaz; Abdu
Georgian; Babu.
Chechen; Neenadaa
Basque; Aitita
Guarani; Taeta Guasu
Nahuatl (Aztec); Colli
Mayan; Mam
Lakota; Tuncaschila
Apache; Shiwoye Hastiin (maternal), Shi'choo (paternal)
Cherokee; Eduda
Haida; Tkl'nga
Inuktitut (Eskimo); Ataatatsiaq
Swahili; Babu
Zulu; Umkhulu
Xhosa; Tat'omkhulu
Kirundi; Sokuru, Sogokuru
Yoruba; Baba Iya (maternal), Baba Baba (paternal)
Wolof; Marm-bu-gore
Malagasy; Babakoto
Maori; Koroua, Tipuna
Hawaiian; Kupuna Kane
Samoan; Tama
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