It's oma or großmutter
grandmother = Grossmutter (Swiss-German) grandmother = Großmutter (High German)
Grandmother = Großmutter Granny= Oma.
grandmother is translated as oma
Grandmother Barbara in German is Großmutter Barbara. Grandfather Kevin in German is Großvater Kevin.
Simply knowing a last name will tell you nothing about "how German" you are, even though Geyer is a Germanic name. You got the Geyer surname from your father, and he got it from his, etc., but you could still have an Asian mother, an Italian grandmother, a native American great grandmother, a French great great grandmother, and so have very little actual German ancestry compared to other ancestry. How "German" you are is more realistically indicated by how much you participate in German cultural and ethnic activities, and has nothing to do with your surname.
Yes. His grandfather was German, as was his great-grandmother, and his great-great grandmother on his father's side. His grandmother on his mother's side was German, as well.
The word for grandmother is Großmutter, or more colloquially Oma.
Oma is the more common word for grandmother in German. My father is from the Netherlands and is fluent in both Dutch and German. Oma also means grandmother in Dutch.
grandmother = Großmutter grandma = Oma, Omi, Omilein, Omchen
Grandmother = Großmutter grandma = Großmama nana = Oma/Omama
"Großmutter" is the correct High German term for grandmother. But colloquial term "Oma" (grandma) and the diminutive "Omi" (granny) are more common.
No it isn't. Oma is German. In Hebrew, grandmother or grandma = savta (×¡×‘×ª×)
Yes, and Großmutter is for grandmother
für meine Großmutter
Oma is German for "grandmother".
Actually, Switzerland does not have it's own language. They speak German there. Anyway, grandmother is pronounced: grosmutter.
Grandmother or Grandma = Maummi (Pronounced like Mommy, just spelled different.)
Oma for grandmother and Opa for grandfather Omoe and Opi are the terms for great grandmother and father
The name of your grandmother or The life of....
It's a shortform for grandmother