Norwegian Family Vocabulary

Learn vocabulary related to family and people in Norwegian

Norwegian Flag

Need more Norwegian? Try the audio and video lessons at NorwegianClass101.com

Learn Norwegian with NorwegianClass101.com


Norwegian Family

parents foreldre niece niese
mother mor nephew nevø
father far uncle onkel
son sønn aunt tante
daughter datter boy gutt
brother bror girl jente, pike
sister søster child / baby barn
grandfather bestefar adult voksen
grandmother bestemor man mann
grandson barnebarn woman kvinne
granddaughter barnebarn friend (male) venn
cousin (male) fetter friend female) venninne
cousin (female) kusine
Some family words have irregular indefinite plurals: mødre (mothers), fedre (fathers), sønner (sons), øtre (daughters), brødre (brothers), and søstre (sisters)


Buy ielanguages.com language tutorials

If you enjoy the tutorials, then please consider buying French, Informal French, Italian, Spanish, German, Swedish, or Dutch Language Tutorials as a PDF e-book with free mp3s and free lifetime updates.

Buy French Tutorial

Buy Informal French

Both French e-books

Buy Italian Tutorial

Buy Spanish Tutorial

Buy German Tutorial

Buy Swedish Tutorial

Buy Dutch Tutorial





Please consider sending a donation of any amount to help support ielanguages.com. Thank you!

Donate




Return to top of page






Learn languages with videos and subtitles at FluentU

FluentU offers authentic videos in French, Spanish, German, English, Chinese and Japanese. Learn from captions and translations and enjoy access to ALL languages!

Learn languages with videos and subtitles at Yabla

Learn Spanish, French, German, Italian, Mandarin Chinese and English with authentic videos by Yabla that include subtitles and translations.



Learn languages by reading Interlinear Books

Learn to read languages with interlinear bilingual books that include the original language and an English translation below in a smaller font.

Udemy Language Learning Courses

Hundreds of free and paid online language learning video courses at Udemy. By native speakers and experts, from Arabic to Zulu.