What is the definition of Tante?

What is the definition of Tante?

noun. aunt [noun] the sister of one’s father or mother, or the wife of one’s uncle.

What language does Tante mean aunt?

Etymology. Borrowed from German Tante (“aunt”), itself a borrowing from French tante (“aunt”).

Where is the Tante?

Upper La Tante is a town in Saint David Parish, Grenada. It is located towards the southern end of the island.

What language does Tanta come from?

From Danish tante, from French tante, from Latin amita.

Does Tanti mean aunt?

My grandparents told me back in the day in T your Tantie was your either grandparents female sibling. In other words, your Great Aunt or Grand Aunt was Tantie. This was a form of respect but also to distinguish her from being your parent’s sibling who was your Aunt.

What does Tanta mean in Yiddish?

Tante is the French, Dutch (Nederland), German, Danish, and Yiddish word for aunt (female sibling of a parent)

How do you say aunt in Yiddish?

aunt translate to Yiddish meanings: מומע. In other words, מומע in Yiddish is aunt in English.

Does Tanta mean aunt?

Norwegian tanta means this aunt | norwegianabc.com.

What is a Tanty in Trinidad?

In Trinidad many spell it as ‘Tanty’ (slang for aunty) and think it’s not a real word. Well, here you go!

What does Tunta mean in Dutch?

aunt, the ~ Noun. auntie, the ~ Noun.

What’s the word for grandfather in German?

Opa is the informal German name for grandfather or grandpa. Grossvater or grossvader is the more formal term. Since there are several forms of Standard German, as well as a number of dialects, spellings and pronunciations may differ.

How do you say mommy in Yiddish?

Family words in Yiddish

&bsp (Yiddish) ײִדיש
father (Foter) פאָטער (Tate) טאַטע
mother (Muter) מוטער (Mame) מאַמע
children (Kinder) קינדער
son (Zun) זון

What is Tanta in Yiddish?

Tante is the French, Dutch (Nederland), German, Danish, and Yiddish word for aunt (female sibling of a parent)

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