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Sanskrit मनु ‎(manu), Albanian njeri, Avestan Manuščiθra, English mann / man, German man/ Mann, Gothic manna, Old Norse maðr, Latin mas, Old Church Slavonic мѫжь ‎(mǫžĭ), Russian муж ‎(muž), Macedonian мaж ‎(maž), Lithuanian žmogus, Kamviri mânša, Polish mąż, Czech muž, Slovak muž, Pashto merrë Tocharian ñom/ñem, Latin nōmen, French nom, Spanish nombre, Portuguese nome, Umbrian nome, English nama / name, German namo/ Name, Old Norse nafn, Gothic namo, Sanskrit nāman, Avestan nąman, Ancient Greek ὄνομα ‎(ónoma), Old Church Slavonic имѧ ‎(imę), Russian имя ‎(imja), Czech jméno, Slovak meno, Macedonian имe ‎(ime), Albanian emër/êmën, Irish ainm/ ainm, Welsh anu/ enw, Hittite lāman, Kamviri nom, Persian nāma/nām, Old Armenian անուն ‎(anun), Polish imię, Old Prussian emnes, Pashto num Russian жена ‎(žená), Polish żona, Czech žena, Slovak žena, Avestan gənā, Ancient Greek γυνή ‎(gunḗ), English cwēn / queen, Sanskrit gnā;jani, Old Prussian genno, Old Armenian կին ‎(kin), Albanian gru, Irish ben/ bean, Welsh benyw, Kashmiri zanānū', Old Church Slavonic жєна ‎(žena), Gothic qinō, Old Norse kona, German quena/--, Persian /zan, Phrygian knaik, Tocharian śäṁ/śana, Luwian wanatti-, Pashto šëdza/khëdza, Kurdish jin Albanian atë, Latin pater, French père, Spanish padre, Oscan patír, Umbrian pater, Ancient Greek πατήρ ‎(patḗr), Tocharian pācar/pācer, Gaulish ātir, Sanskrit pitṛ, German fater/ Vater, Irish athir/athair, English fæder / father, Welsh gwaladr, Kashmiri petū'r, Persian pitā/pedar, Ossetian fyd/, Old Norse faðir, Gothic faðar, Gaulish Ateronius, Pashto plaar, Macedonian татко ‎(tatko) Old Armenian մայր ‎(mayr), Albanian ëmë, Lithuanian moteris, Latvian māte, Old Prussian mūti, Gaulish mātir, Irish máthir/ máthair, Kashmiri mā.j, Latin māter, French mère, Spanish madre, Oscan maatreís, Umbrian matrer, Ancient Greek μήτηρ ‎(mḗtēr), Russian мать ‎(matʹ), Sanskrit mātṛ, Avestan mātar, Tocharian mācar/mācer, German muoter/ Mutter, English mōdor/ mother, Welsh modryb, Kamviri motr, Old Norse móðir, Persian /mādar, Phrygian mater, Ossetian mad/madæ, Polish matka, Czech matka, Slovak matka, Old Church Slavonic мати ‎(mati), Serb. mater/majka/mati, Macedonian мајка ‎(majka), Pashto mor Albanian vëlla, Old Armenian եղբայր ‎(ełbayr), English brōþor/ brother, Kashmiri boy, Latin frāter, French frère, Umbrian fratrom, Ancient Greek φράτηρ ‎(phrátēr), Tocharian pracar/procer, Kamviri bṛo, Russian брат ‎(brat), German bruoder/ Bruder, Welsh brawd, Sanskrit bhrātṛ, Irish bráthir/ bráthair, Lithuanian brolis, Latvian brālis, Gaulish brātir, Persian brātar/barādar, Phrygian brater, Illyr. bra, Gothic brōþar, Old Norse bróðir, Old Prussian brāti, Old Church Slavonic братръ ‎(bratrŭ), Ossetian ærvad/, Avestan brātar, Oscan fratrúm, Polish brat, Czech bratr, Slovak brat, Kurdish bira, Venetic vhraterei, Lydian brafr-, Pashto wror Albanian motër, English sweostor / sister, German swester/ Schwester, Sanskrit svasṛ, Old Church Slavonic сєстра ‎(sestra), Russian сестра ‎(sestrá), Polish siostra, Czech sestra, Slovak sestra, Latin soror, French sœur, Kamviri sus, Irish siur/ siur, Old Armenian քոյր ‎(kʿoyr), Tocharian ṣar/ṣer, Ancient Greek eor/--, Welsh chwaer, Gaulish suiior, Old Norse systir, Gothic swistar, Avestan xvaṅhar, Lithuanian sesuo, Old Prussian swestro, Persian /xāhar, Pashto khor, Kurdish xwişk Sanskrit sūnu, Avestan hunu, Lithuanian sūnus, Old Prussian sūnus, soūns, English sunu/ son, German sunu/ Sohn, Gothic sunus, Old Norse sonr, Old Church Slavonic сꙑнъ ‎(synŭ), Russian сын ‎(syn), Polish syn, Czech syn, Slovak syn, Macedonian син ‎(sin), Ancient Greek υἱός ‎(huiós), Tocharian se/soṃśke, Irish suth/suth, Thracian sukis, Pashto zoy Sanskrit duhitṛ, Ancient Greek θυγάτηρ ‎(thugátēr), Tocharian ckācar/tkācer, English dohtor/daughter, Russian дочь ‎(doč’), Old Armenian դուստր ‎(dustr), German tohter/Tochter, Kamviri jü, Gaulish duxtīr, Persian /doxtar, Lithuanian duktė, Old Prussian duckti, Old Church Slavonic дъщи ‎(dŭšti), Bulgarian дъщеря (dŭshterya), Serbian кћер (kćer), Slovak dcéra, Macedonian ќерка ‎(kjerka), Old Norse dóttir, Gothic daúhtar, Avestan duydar, Luwian tuwatar, duttariyata, Hittite duttariyatiyaš, Pashto lur Russian свекровь ‎(svekróv’), Sanskrit śvaśura;śvaśrū, Lithuanian šešuras, German swigur/Schwäher, Welsh chwegr, Old Armenian սկեսուր ‎(skesur), Latin socrus, Spanish suegra, Ancient Greek ἑκυρός ‎(hekurós), Albanian vjehërr, Kamviri č.uč., English swēor/--, Avestan xvasura-, Polish świekra, Czech švagr( m )/švagrová( f ), Slovak svokor/svokra, Gothic swaíhrō, Old Norse svǽra, Serb. svekar( m )/svekrva( f ), Pashto skhër( m ) / khwaašëi/khwaakhëi( f ) Sanskrit snuṣā, Old Church Slavonic snŭxa, English snoru/--, Latin nurus, Spanish nuera, Ancient Greek νυός ‎(nuós), Old Armenian նու ‎(nu), Polish snecha, Czech snacha, Russian сноха ‎(snoxá), Albanian nusa, Crimean Gothic schuos, Old Norse snor, German snur/Schnur, Serb. snaja/snaha, Macedonian снаа/снајка/снашка ‎(snaa/snajka/snaška), Pashto nžor/ngor Latin avus; avunculus, Spanish Abuelo, Gaulish avontīr, Ancient Greek aia, Lithuanian avynas, Old Prussian awis, Welsh ewythr, Old Armenian հաւ ‎(haw), Old Church Slavonic uy, English ēam/--, Irish aue/ó, Gothic awó, German ōheim/Oheim, Russian уй ‎(uj), Slovak ujo, Polish wuj, Serb. ujak, Macedonian вујко ‎(vujko) Latin nepōs, French neveu, Catalan nebot, Spanish nieto, Sanskrit napāt, Avestan napāt, Ancient Greek ἀνεψιός ‎(anepsiós), Albanian nip, Russian нестера ‎(nestera), English nefa/neve, Gaulish nei, German nevo/Neffe, Welsh nai, Kamviri nâvo, Persian napā/nave, Lithuanian nepuotis, Irish necht/; níath/, Old Church Slavonic nestera, Polish nieściora, Serb. nećak, Macedonian внук ‎(vnuk) Sanskrit vidhyati, Avestan viðavā, Gothic widuwō, Old Prussian widdewu, Russian вдова ‎(vdová), Latin vidua;dīvidō, French veuve, Spanish viuda, Irish fedb/, German wituwa/Witwe, Welsh gweddw, Polish wdowa, English widuwe/widow, Old Church Slavonic въдова 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