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How To Say Mother In Different Languages

All that I am, or hope to be, I owe to my angel mother' - Abraham Lincoln. The first word that every child learns to speak is 'mother', and that is as good as truth. The word 'mother' has a lot of love, care, respect embedded in it. When you are in pain or trouble, the first word that comes out from you is "momma" or "mother". This signifies that the first person who comes to your mind at times of pain or trouble is your mother. Mother's day is a special occasion that is meant to honor all the mothers for their love, support, care, and sacrifices. If you are planning to do something unique for her this mother's day then why not call her in different languages? She will definitely be thrilled by this! If you are wondering how the word 'mother' is said in different languages, then go through the section below where the word mother is listed in different languages.

Ways Of Saying Mother In Different Languages
  • Afrikaans: Moeder, Ma
  • Albanian: Nënë, Mëmë
  • Arabic: Ahm
  • Aragones: Mai
  • Asturian: Ma
  • Aymara: Taica
  • Azeri (Latin Script): Ana
  • Basque: Ama
  • Belarusan: Matka
  • Bergamasco: Màder
  • Bolognese: Mèder
  • Bosnian: Majka
  • Brazilian Portuguese: Mãe
  • Bresciano: Madèr
  • Breton: Mamm
  • Bulgarian: Majka
  • Byelorussian: Macii
  • Calabrese: Matre, Mamma
  • Caló: Bata, Dai
  • Catalan: Mare
  • Cebuano: Inahan, Nanay
  • Chechen: Nana
  • Croatian: Mati, Majka
  • Czech: Abatyse
  • Danish: Mor
  • Dutch: Moeder, Moer
  • Dzoratâi: Mére
  • English: Mother, Mama, Mom
  • Esperanto: Patrino, Panjo
  • Estonian: Ema
  • Faeroese: Móðir
  • Finnish: Äiti
  • French: Mère, Maman
  • Frisian: Emo, Emä, Kantaäiti, Äiti
  • Furlan: Mari
  • Galician: Nai
  • German: Mutter
  • Greek: Màna
  • Griko: Salentino, Mána
  • Hawaiian: Makuahine
  • Hindi : Ma, Maji
  • Hungarian: Anya, Fu
  • Icelandic: Móðir
  • Ilongo: Iloy, Nanay, Nay
  • Indonesian: Induk, Ibu, Biang, Nyokap
  • Irish: Máthair
  • Italian: Madre, Mamma
  • Japanese: Okaasan, Haha
  • Judeo Spanish: Madre
  • Kannada: Amma
  • Kurdish: Kurmanji Daya
  • Ladino: Uma
  • Latin: Mater
  • Leonese: Mai
  • Ligurian: Maire
  • Limburgian: Moder, Mojer, Mam
  • Lingala: Mama
  • Lithuanian: Motina
  • Lombardo Occidentale:  Madar
  • Lunfardo: Vieja
  • Macedonian: Majka
  • Malagasy: Reny
  • Malay: Emak
  • Maltese: Omm
  • Mantuan: Madar
  • Maori: Ewe, Haakui
  • Mapunzugun: Ñuke, Ñuque
  • Marathi: Aayi
  • Mongolian: `eh
  • Mudnés: Medra, mama
  • Sardinian Logudoresu: Madre, Mamma
  • Neapolitan: Mamma
  • Serbian: Majka
  • Norwegian: Madre
  • Shona: Amai
  • Occitan: Maire
  • Sicilian: Matri
  • Old Greek: Mytyr
  • Slovak: Mama, Matka
  • Parmigiano: Mädra
  • Slovenian: Máti
  • Persian: Madr, Maman
  • Spanish: Madre, Mamá, Mami
  • Piemontese Mare
  • Swahili: Mama, Mzazi, Mzaa
  • Polish: Matka, Mama
  • Swedish: Mamma, Mor, Morsa
  • Portuguese: Mãe
  • Swiss German: Mueter
  • Punjabi: Mai, Mataji, Pabo
  • Telugu: Amma
  • Quechua: Mama
  • Triestino: Mare
  • Rapanui :Matu'a Vahine
  • Turkish: Anne, Ana, Valide
  • Reggiano: Mèdra
  • Turkmen: Eje
  • Romagnolo: Mèder
  • Ukrainian: Mati
  • Romanian: Mama, Maica
  • Urdu: Ammee
  • Romansh: Mamma
  • Valencian: Mare
  • Venetian Mare
  • Russian: Mat'
  • Viestano : Mamm'
  • Saami : Eadni
  • Vietnamese: me
  • Samoan : Tina
  • Wallon: Mére
  • Sardinian (Limba Sarda Unificada): Mama
  • Welsh: Mam
  • Sardinian Campidanesu: mamai
  • Yiddish: Muter
  • Zeneize: Moæ