English: "the grandma" is German: "die Oma".
Yes, and Großmutter is for grandmother
Yes Oma and Grossmutter are both grandma in German.
It's a shortform for grandmother
oma et = "te amo" backwards. it means i love you in spanish (:
Oma is the translation in German. It is translated from English to German. German is mostly spoken in the European countries.
Großmutter, or more familiarly, Oma, Omama Omi
Oma is German for "grandmother".
Oma is German for grandma
grandmother = Großmutter grandma = Oma, Omi, Omilein, Omchen
Mémé is a French equivalent of the German word Oma. The two feminine singular words translate as "gran," "grandma" or "granny" in English. The respective pronunciations will be "mey-mey" in French and "O-ma" in German.
"Oh ma" is the way this particular word sounds. "Oma" is the German term for grandmother, and is prounounced with a long o. So Oma would be the correct spelling.