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

Flemish Moeder

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

Neapolitan Mamma

Norwegian Madre

Occitan Maire

Old Greek Mytyr

Parmigiano Mädra

Persian Madr, Maman

Piemontese Mare

Polish Matka, Mama

Portuguese Mãe

Punjabi Mai, Mataji, Pabo

Quechua Mama

Rapanui Matu’a Vahine

Reggiano Mèdra

Romagnolo Mèder

Romanian Mama, Maica

Romansh Mamma

Russian Mat’

Saami Eadni

Samoan Tina

Sardinian (Limba Sarda Unificada) Mama

Sardinian Campidanesu mamai

Sardinian Logudoresu Madre, Mamma

Serbian Majka

Shona Amai

Sicilian Matri

Slovak Mama, Matka

Slovenian Máti

Spanish Madre, Mamá, Mami

Swahili Mama, Mzazi, Mzaa

Swedish Mamma, Mor, Morsa

Swiss German Mueter

Telegu Amma

Triestino Mare

Turkish Anne, Ana, Valide

Turkmen Eje

Ukrainian Mati

Urdu Ammee

Valencian Mare

Venetian Mare

Viestano Mamm’

Wallon Mére

Welsh Mam

Yiddish Muter

Zeneize Moæ

Now thats how you say “Mother” in 115 languages. I’m bad at counting. Just recount and confirm.

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