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Mother Ibunda (very formal) / Bunda (formal) / Ibu (informal/familiar)
Father Ayahanda (very formal) / Ayah (formal) / Bapak (informal/familiar)
Elder sister / brother Kakak
Younger sister / brother Adik
Elder brother Kanda (very formal)
Younger sister Dinda (very formal)
Granddaughter / grandson Cucu
Aunt Bibi (vocative: Tante)
Uncle Paman (vocative: Om)
Nephew / niece Kemenakan (formal) / Keponakan (informal)
Mother-in-law Ibu mertua
Father-in-law Ayah mertua
Elder sister/brother-in-law Kakak ipar
Younger sister/brother-in-law Adik ipar
Stepmother Ibu tiri
Stepfather Ayah tiri
Step-eldersister/brother Kakak tiri
Step-younger sister/brother Adik tiri
dog anjing (pejorative)
frog katak (ameliorative) / kodok (pejorative)
'anjing' can also means a kind of profanity. So, be careful if you want to say it to an Indonesian.
Biri-biri, kupu-kupu, and laba-laba do not have plural forms. But they are always written/spoken twice like that, not biri, kupu, or laba. I don't know why, but that's what I learned in kindergarten.
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