6 Ways to Call Aunt in Chinese, 阿姨的六种叫法, ā yí de liù zhǒng jiào fǎ。
Aunt, Monter’s sister, 阿姨, ā yí。
Wife of mother’s brother, 舅妈, jiù mā。
Father’s elder sister, 姑妈, gū mā。
Father’s younger sister, 姑姑, gū gu。
Wife of father’s younger brother, 婶婶, shěn shen。
Wife of father’s elder brother, 伯母, bó mǔ。
Auntie, mother’s sister, is also used to refer to unrelated women who are of the same age as their mother and are of the same age.
②The name of a woman who is the same as her mother’s generation: Wang~A conductor~.
③The name given to childcare worker or nanny.
Auntie who went to join the army died. ——Bai Juyi “Pipa Xing (and preface)”
Aunt, abbreviated as aunt, is a kinship term referring to the mother’s sister or younger sister. In some places, the aunt refers exclusively to the mother’s sister, while the mother’s sister is called aunt, aunt or aunt. In ancient times, it was called Congmu. However, “aunt” sometimes refers to aunts (aunts and aunts); the wife’s sister is called aunt, and the wife’s sister is also called aunt and aunt.
“Southern History·Qi Zong Family Biography”: “When Wang Jun of Hengyang was five years old, the nobleman in his mother area became ill, so he was sorrowful. Ruan Shuyuan, the mother of Mao’s mother, was critically ill. Someone offered lotus flowers to the Buddha, and Zi Mao’s tears bowed to the Buddha and said: “If the aunt is able to make peace with this, may the Buddhas keep this flower from wilting at night.”” Case: Many people nowadays call the concubine of this life. Aunt Yue, cover it has been around for a long time. That is: the child of the concubine calls the biological mother aunt.
“Auntie” or “Auntie” can also refer to female elders who are not related by blood.