m bruc –s "clan", a group of families that descend from a common ancestor and constitute a social unity with rights and duties.
f festarie –s "family", in a restrictive sense it means a person with his parents and brothers/sisters; in a wider sense it also includes cousins, uncles, aunts and granpas/grandmas.
adj and n festariarn –s "family (subs)", "familiar"; "(a) relative".
n tarol –e –s –es "member of the same clan or family", generic for "parent" (in a wide sense).
n domarn –e –s –es, a) The whole formed by one's father, mother, uncles, aunts, granfathers and grandmothers; b) Legal guardian/tutor.
f amel –s "mum", affective.
f ama –es "mum", babytalk.
f maide –s / maie –s / madhe –s "mother".
f camaide –s "wet nurse", alternative/temporary mother, the woman being from the same family (in a wide sense, usually is a mother's sister or firstcousin).
f mairole –s, a) Stepmother from the same clan as her stepsons/stepdaughters; b) Adoptive mother; c) female sponsor, female patron.
f maitesarne –s "stepmother", foreign to the clan.
m ata –s / atar –s "dad", affective, babytalk.
m arte –s "father".
m ardol –s, a) stepfather from the same clan as his stepsons/stepdaughters; b) Adoptive father; c) male sponsor, male patron.
m artesarn –s "stepfather", foreign to the clan.
m avet –s "uncle", generic.
m maçanodre –s "maternal uncle", the brother of my mother.
m adranodre –s "paternal uncle", the brother of my father.
f aice –s "aunt", generic. Aite is a common variant.
f mairamadhe –s "maternal aunt", the sister of my mother.
f adramadhe –s "paternal aunt", the sister of my father.
n ausi ause –s –s / ausi euse –s –s "grandfather, grandmother".
n noseu noseie –s –s "great-grandfather, great-grandmother".
m noseu noscar "great-great-grandfather", literally "second great-grandfather".
f noseie noscare "great-great-grandmother", literally "second great-grandmother".
n deu deure –s –s "son, daughter".
n dornol –e –s –es, a) "stepson, stepdaughter (from the same clan as his/her brothers/sisters)"; b) A person considered in relation to his/her godparents; c) Adopted son/daughter.
n anyor –e –s –es "nephew, niece", my brother's/sister's sons/daughters.
n tardor –e –s –es "grandson, granddaughter".
m deuresarn –e –s –es "stepson, stepdaughter", foreign to the clan.
n orne –esse –s –esses "brother, sister".
n gernès –esse –eus –esses "(first) cousin", a generic term.
m pl / f pl gers "one's brothers/sisters and first cousins (he/she included)".
n dórne –esse –s –esses, it has two meanings: a) A generic term to group one's brothers/sisters and first cousins; b) A person that is member of the same clan as his/her halfbrothers/halfsisters.
m ornesarn –e –s –es "stepbrother, stepsister", foreign to the clan.
n astró –one –ons –ones "brother-in-law, sister-in-law", generic for a) my brother's/sister's partner; b) my partner's brothers/sisters.
n astrorne –esse –s –esses "brother-in-law, sister-in-law", my brother's/sister's partner.
n astró perís –ius "brother-in-law", my partner's brother.
f astrone perise –s "sister-in-law", my partner's sister.
m neu –s "son-in-law", my son's/daughter's husband.
f noce –s "daughter-in-law", my son's/daughter's wife.
n sandro –s sandre –s "father-in-law, mother-in-law", my partner's parents; generic term.
f damaire –s "mother-in-law", my wife's mother.
m damart –s "father-in-law", my wife's father.
f brungaire –s "mother-in-law", my husband's mother.
m brugard –s "father-in-law", my husband's father.
n cassandro –s cassandre –s "father-in-law, mother-in-law", my son's/daughter's parents-in-law.
n hernès –esse –eus –esses "heir, heiress", "inheritor", generic term.
m broceu –s "first-born", older son in a house, oldest of brothers/sisters.
f breceue –s "first-born", older daughter in a house, oldest of brothers/sisters.
m dombre –s "husband".
m tusdombre –s "ex-husband".
f deune –s "wife".
f tusdeune –s "ex-wife".
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