Sanskrit

Abb.: आचार्या । [Bildquelle: Mrs. Marcus B. Fuller, 1900]
Son

  • मज्मज – ttmaja m .: Self-procreated son
  • तनय – tanaya m .: descendant, son
  • सूनु – sūnu m .: son, younger brother
  • सुत – suta m .: Begotten, son
  • पुत्र – putra m .: son, child

Daughter : दुहितृ – duhitṛ  

  • [मज्मजा – ātmajā f .: self-proclaimed, daughter]
  • [तनया – tanayā f .: daughter, daughter]
  • [सूनु – sūnu f .: daughter]
  • [सुता – sutā f .: father, daughter]
  • [पुत्री – putrī f .: daughter]
  • [पुत्रिका – putrikā f .: daughter)
  • [पुत्रका – putrakā f .: daughter)

offspring [ irrespective of son or daughter ]

  • पत य्य – apatya n .: progeny, child
  • तोक – toka n .: progeny, gender

Father

  • तात – tāta m .: Papa
  • जनक – janaka m .: Producer
  • पितृ – pitṛ m .: Father

Mother

  • जनयित्री – janayatrī f .: Gebärerin
  • प्रसू – prasū f .:
  • तृातृ – mātṛ f .: mother
  • जननी – jananī f .: bearer

Granddaughter : 

  • त्त्री – naptrī f .: Granddaughter
  • पौत्री – pautrī f .: daughter of the son

The brothers of the spouse  

  • देवृ – devṛ m .: husband-brother
  • देवर – devara m .: (younger) spouse brother

Old man

  • प्रवयस् – pravayas: someone who stands out by his age, a man of advanced age
  • थवि्थविर – sthavira m .: a solid, an age, a venerable
  • ध्ध – vṛddha m .: an adult, an old man, an old man
  • जीन – jīna m .: one age, one aged
  • जीर्ण – jīrṇa m .: an aged man
  • तरत् – jarat m .: an aging, an age, a frail

Very old man

  • वर्षीयस् – varṣīyas m .: a very aged one
  • दशमिन् – daśamin m .: who stands in the tenth (tenth) of life (ie, 90 – 100 years old)
  • य्यसायस् – jyāyas m .: more powerful, bigger, superior, older, most exquisite

Other Relations

The sister of the husband is called नादृ्दृ – nanāndṛ  husband sister, sister-in-law

The wife of the husband brothers is called तृातृ-yātṛ  [ husband-brother-wife ]

The mother of the spouse is called वश्वश्रू – śvaśrū   mother-in-law

The father of the spouse is called वशु्वशुर – śvaśura

The brother of the father is called य्य – pitṛvya

The brother of the mother is called तुलातुल

The husband of the daughter [daughter-husband]  is called मातृातृ – jāmātṛ

 

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