What do the French call grandparents?

What do kids call their grandparents in France?

Many French children call their grandmother by the elegant “Grand-mère,” which can also be shortened to “Mémé.”

Is Meme French for Grandma?

The French-Canadian name for grandmother is mémé. Mémère is another French-Canadian term for a granny or grandma. In some instances, mémère has a slightly derogatory tone, much like “old lady.” In Quebec, the term can be used to refer to a nosy person or a gossip.

How do you greet your grandparents in French?

Salut grand-papa, je suis Nai. Hello, Grandpa.

What do the Dutch call their grandparents?

oma & opa: the most common Dutch words for ‘grandma’ and ‘grandpa’ respectively. – bomma & bompa: from French ‘bonne-maman’ and ‘bon-papa’, these are very common as well.

What does Pepe mean French?

noun. [ masculine ] /pepe/ familiar. grand-père. grandpa.

What is a memere?

la mémère (may-mer) n.f. granny, grandma. Like “fifille,” “mémère” is a somewhat old-fashioned and informal word, used as a term of affection–“old dear“–when not uttered in a teasing way: “That hat makes you look like une mémère!”)

What is a mamere?

English Translation. my mother. More meanings for ma mère. my mom.

What is meme in French?

[meme ] feminine noun (informal) 1. (= grand-parent) granny.

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Does Pepe mean grandpa?

grandfather; grandpa; granddad.

What is another name for Grandma?

Some of the most popular shortenings for “grandma” and “nana” include: Gram, Grammy, G-Ma, Granny and Nan. Grandpa or Papa are often shortened to Gramps, Pop, Pap, G-Pa, Poppy or Grandaddy.