Just like in English, father (父親 fùmǔ) and mother (母親 mǔqīn) are more formal words. Most children call their dad 爸爸 (bàba) or, even more casually, 爸 (bà), and call their mom 媽媽 (māma) or simply 媽 (mā). You can also combine these words and say 爸媽 (bàmā) as a casual way to say parents, rather than saying 父母 (fùmǔ).
爸爸 ( bàba) means dad, or father, in Chinese.
媽媽 (màmà) or 阿媽 (a mā) and 爸爸 (bàbā) or 阿爸 (a bà) are used informally for "Mom" and "Dad" respectively. Mandarin Chinese, 母親 (pinyin: mǔqīn) and 父親 (fùqīn) are for "mother" and "father" respectively.
The most commonly used addresses are: 母亲(mǔqīn), 妈(mā) and 妈妈(māma). 妈妈 (māma), like most people in the world call their mothers, is the most common way to address mother. When children are young, they'll call their mother 妈妈(māma), then as adults, it shortens to 妈(mā).
China: Popular Chinese names for grandmothers include NaiNai, Ma Ma, Po Po, and Wai Po, but the exact name chosen depends upon the region, the language and whether a grandmother is on the maternal or paternal side.
koko means elder brother (cantonese,hakka, hokkian)
grandmother; matron; mother-in-law. trad. ( 太婆) 太
Dada, Papa, Tata, and Baba
Turkish, Swahili, Nepali, Mandarin Chinese, Zulu, Malay, Italian, Indonesian, and Arabic all have a version of the word baba.
On this page you'll find 32 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to daddy, such as: old man, papa, parent, pa, pop, and pappy.
Baba "father, grandfather, wise old man, sir"; is an honorific term, of Persian origin, used in several West Asian and South Asian cultures.
The word 아빠 (appa) has a similar meaning to “dad” in English. This should only be used to refer to your own dad.
English translation of 弟弟 ( didi / dìdi ) - younger brother in Chinese.
Puk gai (踣街, more commonly idiomatically written as 仆街; pūk gāai) literally means "falling onto street", which is a common curse phrase in Cantonese that may be translated into English as "drop dead". It is sometimes used as a noun to refer to an annoying person that roughly means a "prick".
The Chinese word kai - 开 - kāi. (to open in Chinese)
“Let's go kai kai!”
You may be wondering what that means. The term “kai kai” has its roots in the Cantonese dialect phrase “hang kai”, which literally translates to “walking the street or road”. This usually meant an excursion of leisure, of shopping, sight-seeing and eating.
As in much of the world, children in China typically inherit their father's surname. This was once a defining characteristic of the country's traditional patriarchal family structures, which greatly emphasized the need to have sons to carry on the family name.
àn yā to press to push (a button)
Gonggong (/ˈɡɒŋɡɒŋ/) is a Chinese water god who is depicted in Chinese mythology and folktales as having a copper human head with an iron forehead, red hair, and the body of a serpent, or sometimes the head and torso are human, with the tail of a serpent. He is destructive and is blamed for various cosmic catastrophes.
Juliet Nai nai (奶奶) is the Chinese word for grandma, and it specifies to your father's mother.