Family Members in Czech

Want to know how to say father, mother, uncle, or aunt in Czech? Below we have put together a list of the most important family related words in Czech for you. For even more vocabularies, take a look at our learning resources for Czech at the end of the page.
Immediate Family Members in Czech
Extended Family Members in Czech
Other Family Related Czech Vocabularies

Immediate Family Members in Czech

wife in Czech(F) manželka (manželky, manželky)
husband in Czech(M) manžel (manžela, manželé)
mother in Czech(F) matka (matky, matky)
father in Czech(M) otec (otce, otcové)
daughter in Czech(F) dcera (dcery, dcery)
son in Czech(M) syn (syna, synové)
grandfather in Czech(M) dědeček (dědečka, dědečkové)
grandfather in Czech(M) dědeček (dědečka, dědečkové)
big brother in Czech(M) starší bratr (staršího bratra, starší bratři)
little brother in Czech(M) mladší bratr (mladšího bratra, mladší bratři)
big sister in Czech(F) starší sestra (starší sestry, starší sestry)
little sister in Czech(F) mladší sestra (mladší sestry, mladší sestry)

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Extended Family Members in Czech

aunt in Czech(F) teta (tety, tety)
uncle in Czech(M) strýc (strýce, strýcové)
cousin in Czech(M) bratranec (bratrance, bratranci)
cousin in Czech(F) sestřenice (sestřenice, sestřenice)
niece in Czech(F) neteř (neteře, neteře)
nephew in Czech(M) synovec (synovce, synovci)
grandson in Czech(M) vnuk (vnuka, vnukové)
granddaughter in Czech(F) vnučka (vnučky, vnučky)
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Other Family Related Czech Vocabularies

daughter-in-law in Czech(F) snacha (snachy, snachy)
son-in-law in Czech(M) zeť (zetě, zeťové)
brother-in-law in Czech(M) švagr (švagra, švagři)
sister-in-law in Czech(F) švagrová (švagrové, švagrové)
father-in-law in Czech(M) tchán (tchána, tcháni)
mother-in-law in Czech(F) tchýně (tchýně, tchýně)
parents in Czech(M) rodiče (rodiče, rodiče)
parents-in-law in Czech(M) tchán a tchýně (tchána a tchýně, tcháni a tchýně)
siblings in Czech(M) sourozenci (sourozence, sourozenci)
stepfather in Czech(M) nevlastní otec (nevlastního otce, nevlastní otcové)
stepmother in Czech(F) nevlastní matka (nevlastní matky, nevlastní matky)
stepdaughter in Czech(F) nevlastní dcera (nevlastní dcery, nevlastní dcery)
stepson in Czech(M) nevlastní syn (nevlastního syna, nevlastní synové)

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