Vocabulary Family relations
If Spanish surnames seem complicated, the exact opposite is true for the Spanish vocabulary for members of the family. There are not as many options as in English because there are very few differences between the masculine and feminine forms.
Here they all are:
|hijo/hija||son / daughter|
|hermano / hermana||brother / sister|
|tío/tía||uncle / aunt|
|sobrino / sobrina||cousin|
|primo / prima||nephew / niece|
|abuelo / abuela||grandfather / grandmother|
|nieto / nieta||grandson / granddaughter|
|suegro / suegra||father-in-law / mother-in-law|
|cuñado / cuñada||brother-in-law / sister-in-law|
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