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aunt

noun /aːnt/
the sister of one’s father or mother, or the wife of one’s uncle
tía
My Aunt Anne died last week The child went to the circus with her aunt.
auntie /ˈaːnti/ noun ( aunty) (informal) an aunt
tita
Auntie Jean.
Translations of “aunt”
in Korean 고모, 숙모, 이모…
in Arabic خالة, عَمّة…
in French tante…
in Italian zia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 姑母, 姨母, 嬸嬸…
in Russian тетя…
in Turkish teyze, hala…
in Polish ciocia, ciotka…
in Portuguese tia…
in German die Tante…
in Catalan tia…
in Japanese おば(父母の姉妹、おじの妻)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 姑母, 姨母, 婶婶…
(Definition of aunt from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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