Family & Friends in Georgian

Family & Friends in Georgian 2017-07-03T14:26:27+00:00

Talking about your friends and relatives is much more fun than just talking about yourself. So, let’s learn some useful words & phrases that will help you talk to others about the people you love most.

This lesson is part of the chapter “Learning Georgian“.

Family & Friends in Georgian

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EnglishGeorgianGeorgian
(Romanization)
friendship
მეგობრობა
ამხანაგობა
megobroba
amkhanoba
family [Sg]
ოჯახი
ojakhi
families [Pl]
ოჯახები
ojakhebi
parents
მშობლები
mshoblebi
father [Sg]
მამა
mama
fathers [Pl]
მამები
mamebi
dad
მამიკო
mamiko
daddy
მამიკო
mamiko
mother [Sg]
დედა
deda
mothers [Pl]
დედები
dedebi
mom
დედიკო
dediko
mommy
დედიკო
dediko
siblings / brothers and sisters
ძმები და დები
dzmebi da debi
brother
ძმა
dzma
sister
და
da
child [Sg]
ბავშვი
bavshvi
children [Pl]
ბავშვები
შვილები
bavshvebi
shvilebi
son [Sg]
შვილი
ბიჭი
ძე
ვაჟი
shvili [1]
bich’i
dze
vazhi
sons [Pl]
ვაჟიშვილი
vazhishvili
daughter [Sg]
შვილი
გოგო
shvili
gogo
daughters [Pl]
ქალიშვილი
k’alishvili
grandparents
პაპა და ბებია
ბაბუა და ბებია
papa da bebia
babua da bebia
grandfather [Sg]
პაპა
ბაბუა
papa
babua
grandfathers [Pl]
პაპები
ბაბუები
papebi
babuebi
grandpa [Sg]
პაპიკო
papiko
grandpas [Pl]
ბაბუასი
babuasi
grandmother [Sg]
ბებია
bebia
grandmothers [Pl]
ბებიები
bebiebi
grandma
ბებიკო
bebiko
grandchild
შვილისშვილი
shvilisshvili
uncle [Sg]
ბიძა
ბიძები
bidza
dzia
uncles [Pl]
ძია
ძიები
bidzebi
dziebi
aunt [Sg]
მამიდა
დეიდა
mamida
deida
aunts [Pl]
მამიდები
დეიდები
mamidebi
deidebi
cousin [Sg]
ძიაშვილი
ბიძაშვილი
მამიდისშვილი
დეიდისშვილი
dziashvili
bidzashvili
mamidisshvili
deidisshvili
cousins [Pl]
ძიაშვილები
ბიძაშვილები
მამიდისშვილები
დაიდისშვილები
dziashvilebi, bidzashvilebi, mamidisshvilebi, deidisshvilebi

Love & Friendship

EnglishGeorgianGeorgian
(Romanization)
love
სიყვარული
siq'varuli
(to) love
უყვარება
uq’vareba
I love you
მიყვარხარ
miq'varkhar
I love you very much
ძალიან მიყვარხარ
dalian miq'varkhar
boyfriend
შეყვარებული
sheq'varebuli
girlfriend
შეყვარებული
sheq'varebuli
Do you want to marry me?
მოგითაწებ?
აბა ცოლად წახვედი ჩემთან?
mogithats’eb?
stolid ts’akhvedi chemthan?
husband [Sg]
ქმარი
k’mari
husbands [Pl]
ქმრები
k’mrebi
wife [Sg]
ცოლი
tsoli
wives [Pl]
მეუკლეს
meukles
married
ცოლი მოყავს, ცოლ-შვილი ყავს, დაოჯახებული, გათხოვილი
tsoli moq’avs (m), tsol-shvili q’avs (f), daojakhebuli (n), gathkhovili
married
ცოლი მოყავს, ცოლ-შვილი ყავს, დაოჯახებული, გათხოვილი
tsoli moq’avs (m), tsol-shvili q’avs (f), daojakhebuli (n), gathkhovili
friendship
მეგობრობა
ამხანაგობა
megobroba
amkhanagoba

Notes:

1 Old Georgian

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