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  • a'ele

    dependents

    ámme

    aunt (father's sister)

    ámme bozorg

    great-aunt

    ámu

    uncle (father's brother)

    ámu bozorg

    great-uncle

    árus

    bride; daughter-in-law

    bakere

    virgin

    báce

    child; baby

    báradáre šowhár

    brother-in-law (husband's brother)

    báradáre zán

    brother-in-law (wife's brother)

    bástegan

    dependents

    bive zán

    widow

    cáhar qolu

    quadruplets

    cánd záni

    polygamy

    da'i

    uncle (mother's brother)

    daye

    nanny; wet-nurse

    dokhtár

    daughter; girl

    dokhtáre 'ámme

    cousin (paternal aunt's daughter)

    dokhtáre 'ámu

    cousin (paternal uncle's daughter)

    dokhtáre da'i

    cousin (maternal uncle's daughter)

    dokhtáre khahár

    niece (sister's daughter)

    dokhtáre khale

    cousin (maternal aunt's daughter)

    ers

    inheritance

    famil

    family

    fárzánd

    child; offspring

    hámsaye

    neighbor

    hámsár

    spouse

    háramzade

    bastard; illegitimate child

    jáhize

    dowry

    jávanan

    youngsters; young people

    khale

    aunt (mother's sister)

    khanevadegi

    family (adj.)

    khanevade

    family (n.)

    khanom

    Mrs.; Miss; lady; Ms.

    khišan

    relations; relatives

    khišavándane hám khun

    blood relatives

    kudák

    child; baby

    láqáb

    nickname

    madáráne

    motherly; maternal

    mader ándar

    stepmother

    madere zán

    mother-in-law (wife's mother)

    madere bozorg

    grandmother; grandma

    madere madere bozorg

    great-grandmother

    madere šowhár

    mother-in-law (husband's mother)

    maman

    mom; mummy

    máraseme 'árusi

    wedding ceremony

    márde mojárrád

    bachelor

    motá'áhhel

    married

    namadári

    stepmother

    namášru'

    illegitimate

    namzád

    fiance, fiancee; candidate (in Politics)

    nanavár

    breadwinner

    napedári

    stepfather

    nábire

    great-grandchild

    náfáqe

    alimony; maintenance

    niyakan

    ancestors; forefathers

    pánj qolu

    quintuplets

    pedár

    father; dad

    pedáran

    forefathers; ancesters

    pedáre ándár

    stepfather; stepdad

    pedáre bozorg

    grandfather; grandpa

    pedáre imani

    godfather

    pedáre pedáre bozorg

    great-grandfather

    pedáre šowhár

    father-in-law (husband's father)

    pedáre zán

    father-in-law (wife's father)

    pesár

    son; boy

    pesáre ámme

    cousin (paternal aunt's son)

    pesáre ámu

    cousin (paternal uncle's son)

    pesáre báradár

    nephew (brother's son)

    pesáre da'i

    cousin (maternal uncle's son)

    pesáre khahár

    nephew (sister's son)

    pesáre khale

    cousin (maternal aunt's son)

    pesáre náve

    great-grandson

    pesáre tá'midi

    godson

    rabete

    connection; relationship

    sárpárásti

    custody; guardianship

    šowhár

    husband

    šowháre madár

    stepfather (mom's husband)

    taze 'árus

    newly-wed (bride)

    taze damad

    newly-wed (bridegroom)

    táh toqari

    last born; youngest child

    tálaq

    divorce

    tá'midi

    baptismal

    valedeyn

    parents

    vares

    heir

    yátim

    orphan

    zánašu'i

    marriage; married life

    záne khane dar

    housewife

    záne pesár

    daughter-in-law

    zowj

    couple

    tefl

    child, a youth

    damad

    bridegroom; son-in-law

    yátimkhane

    orphanage

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