学中文【阿姨】6 Ways to Call “Aunt” in Chinese 汉语中阿姨的六种叫法和写法

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。

阿姨,母亲的姐妹,也用来称呼和母亲辈分相同,年纪差不多的无亲属关系的女性。
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.

阿姨 :
ā yí
①〈方〉母亲的姐妹。
②称呼跟母亲辈分相同差不多的女性:王~ㄧ售票员~。
③对保育员或保姆的称呼。

Aunt:
ā yí
① Mother’s sister.
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.

其他含义

弟走从军阿姨死。——白居易《琵琶行(并序)》

阿姨,简称姨,是亲属关系称谓,指母亲的姊姊或妹妹。有些地方姨妈专指母亲的姊姊,母亲的妹妹则称阿姨、姨娘或姨姨。古称从母。不过,“姨”有时是指姨子(大姨子、小姨子);妻子的姐姐称为大姨,妻子的妹妹又称为小姨、姨仔。

《南史·齐宗室传》:“衡阳王钧五岁时,所生母区贵人病,便悲戚,左右以绊饴之,不肯食,曰:‘须待姨差。’又,晋安王子懋母阮淑媛病危,有献莲花供佛者,子懋流涕礼佛曰:‘若使阿姨因此和胜,愿诸佛令此花竟夕不萎。’”案:今人多称本生之妾母曰姨,盖其由来已久矣。即:妾之子女对生母的称呼为姨.

“阿姨”或“姨姨”也可以称呼无血缘关系的女性长辈。

Other meanings

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.