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What do Russians call cousins?

What do Russians call cousins?

Russian Words: Family Members

Russian Word Translation Pronunciation
двоюродная сестра cousin (female) dvaYUradnaya sysTRA
двоюродный брат cousin (male) dvaYUradny BRAT
троюродный брат/троюродная сестра second cousin male/second cousin female traYUradny BRAT/traYUradnaya sysTRA
тёща mother-in-law (wife’s mother) TYOsha

What does the Russian word Het mean?

HET – the Russian word is the meaning of the English word – NO, made from slabs of cigarette parts to visualize the harm of smoking. Against smoking – against cancer.

What are Russian Terms of Endearment?

Russian terms of endearment

  • милый (m) милая (f) = honey, darling, sweetie.
  • дорогой (m) дорогая (f) = sweetheart, darling, dear, dearest.
  • любимый (m) любимая (f) = beloved, darling, dear.
  • солнце (m) солнышко (f) = little sun.
  • золотце (m) зайка (f) = golden one, precious.
  • зайчик / зайчонок (m) зайка (f) = bunny.

How do you say no in Russian?

In Russian it’s a very simple “nyet”, with its very informal forms of “nyea” and “nye”. Perhaps to your ear “nyet” alone sounds a bit blunt or even somewhat rude. If you want to say “no” in Russian politely, all you have to do is add “thank you” after “no”, like you would in English.

Does yes mean no in Russian?

I guess “yes” and “no” in Russian and English are quite similar. It depends, however, on what deepness of language one wants to master. If someone wants to ask “Do you want coffee?” and one answers “да” for yes or “нет” for no, there is no difference.

Does babushka mean baby?

[ n ] a very young child ( birth to 1 year ) who has not yet begun to walk or talk ; ” isn ‘ t she too young to have a baby?”

How do you flirt Russian phrases?

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Russian English Pronunciation
Я обожаю тебя I adore you Ya obozhaju tebya
Я тебя люблю I love you Ya tebya lyublyu
Я хотел бы узнать тебя получше I want to know you better Ya hotel by uznat’ tebya po lutsche

How do Russians say cheers?

The Russian equivalent for Cheers! is За здоровье! [za zda-ró-vye]. Literally it means: “To your health!”. The Russian word for’health’ is ‘здоровье’ [zda-ró-vye].