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おかあさん(お母さん)/かあさん(母さん)/はは(母), okaasan/kaasan/haha, mother
まま/ママ, mama, mommy
おとうさん(お父さん)/とうさん(父さん)/ちち(父), otousan/tousan/chichi, father
ぱぱ/パパ, papa, daddy
きょうだい(兄弟), kyoudai, brother 
おにいさん(お兄さん)/おにいちゃん(お兄ちゃん)/にいんさん(兄さん)/あに(兄), oniisan/oniichan/niisan/ani, older/elder brother
おとうと(弟), otouto, younger brother
しまい(姉妹), shimai, sister
おねえさん(お姉さん)/おねえちゃん(お姉ちゃん)/ねえさん(姉さん)/姉(あね), oneesan/oneechan/neesan/ane, older/elder sister
いもうと(妹) imouto, younger sister
おばあさん(お祖母さん)/ばあさん(祖母さん)/そぼ(祖母), obaasan/baasan/sobo, grandmother お婆さん/婆さん are also read as obaasan/baasan, and they mean "old woman".
おじいさん(お祖父さん)/じいさん(祖父さん)/そふ(祖父), ojiisan/jiisan/sofu, grandfather お爺さん/爺さん are also read as ojiisan/jiisan, and they mean "old man".
ひいおばあさん(曾お祖母さん)ひいばあさん(曾祖母さん), hiiobaasan/hiibaasan, great-grandmother
ひいおじいさん(曾お祖父さん)/ひいばじいさん(曾祖父さん), hiiojiisan/hiijiisan, great-grandfather
ひいひいおばあさん/ひいひいばあさん/ こうそぼ(高祖母), hiihiiobaasan/hiihiibaasan/kousobo
ひいひいおじいさん/ひいひいじいさん/こうそふ(高祖父), hiihiiojiisan/hiihiijiisan/sousofu
おじ, oji, uncle 伯父 is read as oji, and it means uncle as one's parents' each older/elder brother. 叔父 means one's uncle as one's parents each younger brother.
おば, oba, aunt 伯母 is read as oba, and it means aunt as one's parents' each older/elder sister. 叔母 means one's aunt as one's parents each younger sister.
いとこ(従兄弟/従姉妹), itoko, (first) cousin All of 従兄/従弟/従姉/従妹 are read itoko. The usage of them changes according to the comparison the age with oneself or the sex.
またいとこ(又従兄弟, 又従妹)/ふたいとこ/はとこ, mataitoko/futaitoko/hatoko, second cousin
しそん/子孫, shison, descendant
せんぞ/先祖, senzo, ancestor We call one's ancestors "ご先祖(gosenzo)/ご先祖様(gosenzosama)" with respect.

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    Tutor Hanako's list in Japan (No.6)

    Japanese, how to read, English

    おかあさん(お母さん)/かあさん(母さん)/はは(母), okaasan/kaasan/haha, mother
    まま/ママ, mama, mommy
    おとうさん(お父さん)/とうさん(父さん)/ちち(父), otousan/tousan/chichi, father
    ぱぱ/パパ, papa, daddy
    きょうだい(兄弟), kyoudai, brother 
    おにいさん(お兄さん)/おにいちゃん(お兄ちゃん)/にいんさん(兄さん)/あに(兄), oniisan/oniichan/niisan/ani, older/elder brother
    おとうと(弟), otouto, younger brother
    しまい(姉妹), shimai, sister
    おねえさん(お姉さん)/おねえちゃん(お姉ちゃん)/ねえさん(姉さん)/姉(あね), oneesan/oneechan/neesan/ane, older/elder sister
    いもうと(妹) imouto, younger sister
    おばあさん(お祖母さん)/ばあさん(祖母さん)/そぼ(祖母), obaasan/baasan/sobo, grandmother お婆さん/婆さん are also read as obaasan/baasan, and they mean "old woman".
    おじいさん(お祖父さん)/じいさん(祖父さん)/そふ(祖父), ojiisan/jiisan/sofu, grandfather お爺さん/爺さん are also read as ojiisan/jiisan, and they mean "old man".
    ひいおばあさん(曾/曽お祖母さん)ひいばあさん(曾/曽祖母さん), hiiobaasan/hiibaasan, great-grandmother
    ひいおじいさん(曾/曽お祖父さん)/ひいばじいさん(曾/曽祖父さん), hiiojiisan/hiijiisan, great-grandfather
    ひいひいおばあさん/ひいひいばあさん/ こうそぼ(高祖母), hiihiiobaasan/hiihiibaasan/kousobo
    ひいひいおじいさん/ひいひいじいさん/こうそふ(高祖父), hiihiiojiisan/hiihiijiisan/soukousofu
    おじ, oji, uncle 伯父 is read as oji, and it means uncle as one's parents' each older/elder brother. 叔父 means one's uncle as one's parents each younger brother.
    おば, oba, aunt 伯母 is read as oba, and it means aunt as one's parents' each older/elder sister. 叔母 means one's aunt as one's parents each younger sister.
    いとこ(従兄弟/従姉妹), itoko, (first) cousin All of 従兄/従弟/従姉/従妹 are read itoko. The usage of them changes according to the comparison the age with oneself or the sex.
    またいとこ(又従兄弟, 又従妹)/ふたいとこ/はとこ, mataitoko/futaitoko/hatoko, second cousin
    しそん/子孫, shison, descendant
    せんぞ/先祖, senzo, ancestor We call one's ancestors "ご先祖(gosenzo)/ご先祖様(gosenzosama)" with respect.

     

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    Tutor Hanako's list in Japan (No.6)

    Japanese, how to read, English

    おかあさん(お母さん)/かあさん(母さん)/はは(母), okaasan/kaasan/haha, mother
    まま/ママ, mama, mommy
    おとうさん(お父さん)/とうさん(父さん)/ちち(父), otousan/tousan/chichi, father
    ぱぱ/パパ, papa, daddy
    きょうだい(兄弟), kyoudai, brother 
    おにいさん(お兄さん)/おにいちゃん(お兄ちゃん)/にいんさん(兄さん)/あに(兄), oniisan/oniichan/niisan/ani, older/elder brother
    おとうと(弟), otouto, younger brother
    しまい(姉妹), shimai, sister
    おねえさん(お姉さん)/おねえちゃん(お姉ちゃん)/ねえさん(姉さん)/姉(あね), oneesan/oneechan/neesan/ane, older/elder sister
    いもうと(妹) imouto, younger sister
    おばあさん(お祖母さん)/ばあさん(祖母さん)/そぼ(祖母), obaasan/baasan/sobo, grandmother お婆さん/婆さん are also read as obaasan/baasan, and they mean "old woman".
    おじいさん(お祖父さん)/じいさん(祖父さん)/そふ(祖父), ojiisan/jiisan/sofu, grandfather お爺さん/爺さん are also read as ojiisan/jiisan, and they mean "old man".
    ひいおばあさん(曾お祖母さん)ひいばあさん(曾祖母さん), hiiobaasan/hiibaasan, great-grandmother
    ひいおじいさん(曾お祖父さん)/ひいばじいさん(曾祖父さん), hiiojiisan/hiijiisan, great-grandfather
    ひいひいおばあさん/ひいひいばあさん/ こうそぼ(高祖母), hiihiiobaasan/hiihiibaasan/kousobo
    ひいひいおじいさん/ひいひいじいさん/こうそふ(高祖父), hiihiiojiisan/hiihiijiisan/sousofu
    おじ, oji, uncle 伯父 is read as oji, and it means uncle as one's parents' each older/elder brother. 叔父 means one's uncle as one's parents each younger brother.
    おば, oba, aunt 伯母 is read as oba, and it means aunt as one's parents' each older/elder sister. 叔母 means one's aunt as one's parents each younger sister.
    いとこ(従兄弟/従姉妹), itoko, (first) cousin All of 従兄/従弟/従姉/従妹 are read itoko. The usage of them changes according to the comparison the age with oneself or the sex.
    またいとこ(又従兄弟, 又従姉妹)/ふたいとこ/はとこ, mataitoko/futaitoko/hatoko, second cousin
    しそん/子孫, shison, descendant
    せんぞ/先祖, senzo, ancestor We call one's ancestors "ご先祖(gosenzo)/ご先祖様(gosenzosama)" with respect.

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