How to say grandma and grandpa in 20 languages

Wonder what grandparents go by in other countries? Here, find grandma and grandpa names from around the world!

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Sometimes, “Grandma” or “Grandpa” in the language of our heritage can be more meaningful than a trendy name. With grandparents serving as the bridge for children between the old family heritage and new family traditions, a name that reminds a child of where they came from can create a special bond to their ancestral homeland.  Check out these 20 ways grandma and grandpa are said in other languages.

Want even more inspiration on your grandparent name? Check out The Big Book of Grandparents’ Names to see over 1,000 names in english, plus additional names in over 200 different languages. You can buy it from Amazon here.

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