Family Members in Estonian

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

Immediate Family Members in Estonian

wife in Estoniannaine (naise, naist, naisi)
husband in Estonianmees (mehe, meest, mehi)
mother in Estonianema (ema, ema, emasid)
father in Estonianisa (isa, isa, isasid)
daughter in Estoniantütar (tütre, tütart, tütreid)
son in Estonianpoeg (poja, poega, poegi)
grandfather in Estonianvanaisa (vanaisa, vanaisa, vanaisasid)
grandfather in Estonianvanaisa (vanaisa, vanaisa, vanaisasid)
big brother in Estoniansuur vend (suure venna, suurt venda, suuri vendi)
little brother in Estonianväike vend (väikse venna, väikest venda, väikeseid vendi)
big sister in Estoniansuur õde (suure õe, suurt õde, suuri õdesid)
little sister in Estonianväike õde (väikse õe, väikest õde, väikeseid õdesid)

Extended Family Members in Estonian

aunt in Estoniantädi (tädi, tädi, tädisid)
uncle in Estonianonu (onu, onu, onusid)
cousin in Estoniannõbu (nõbu, nõbu, nõbusid)
cousin in Estoniannõbu (nõbu, nõbu, nõbusid)
niece in Estonianvennatütar/õetütar (vennatütre/õetütre, vennatütart/õetütart, vennatütreid/õetütreid)
nephew in Estonianvennapoeg/õepoeg (vennapoja/õepoja, vennapoega/õepoega, vennapoegi/õepoegi)
grandson in Estoniantütrepoeg/pojapoeg (tütrepoja/pojapoja, tütrepoega/pojapoega, tütrepoegi/pojapoegi)
granddaughter in Estoniantütretütar/pojatütar (tütretütre/pojatütre, tütretütart/pojatütart, tütretütreid/pojatütreid)

Other Family Related Estonian Vocabularies

daughter-in-law in Estonianminia (minia, miniat, miniaid)
son-in-law in Estonianväimees (väimehe, väimeest, väimehi)
brother-in-law in Estoniannaisevend/mehevend (naisevenna/mehevenna, naisevenda/mehevenda, naisevendi/mehevendi)
sister-in-law in Estoniannaiseõde/meheõde (naiseõe/meheõe, naiseõde/meheõde, naiseõdesid/meheõdesid)
father-in-law in Estonianäi (äia, äia, äiasid)
mother-in-law in Estonianämm (ämma, ämma, ämmasid)
parents in Estonianvanemad (vanema, vanemat, vanemaid)
parents-in-law in Estonianäi ja ämm (äia ja ämma, äia ja ämma, äiasid ja ämmasid)
siblings in Estonianõed-vennad (õe-venna, õde-venda, õdesid-vendasid)
stepfather in Estoniankasuisa (kasuisa, kasuisa, kasuisasid)
stepmother in Estoniankasuema (kasuema, kasuema, kasuemasid)
stepdaughter in Estoniankasutütar (kasutütre, kasutütart, kasutütreid)
stepson in Estoniankasupoeg (kasupoja, kasupoega, kasupoegi)

Estonian Vocabulary Books

Learn Estonian - Quick / Easy / Efficient

Learn Estonian - Quick / Easy / Efficient

This vocabulary book is a curated Estonian word frequency list with 2000 of the most common Estonian words and phrases. Following the Pareto principle (80/20 rule), this book is built to streamline the learning process by concentrating on the core words and sentence structures. The result is a unique book ideal for driven learners and language hackers.

Estonian Vocabulary Book

This Estonian vocabulary book contains more than 3000 words and phrases and is organized by topic to make it easier for you to pick what to learn first. It is well suited for learners of all levels who are looking for an extensive resource to improve their vocabulary or are interested in learning vocabularies in one particular area of interest.

Estonian Flashcards


Estonian Flashcards Online

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Printable Estonian Flashcards

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