Question by  Plutarch (11)

How do you say "grandmother" or "grandma" in Italian?

My grandmother is coming from Italy for the first time.


Answer by  monkeyz (3150)

The Italian word for grandmother is "nonna," which can be used as a nickname. Another common nickname for grandmothers in Italian is "Nonie."


Answer by  valeriobenschop (43)

the italian way of saying "grandmother" or "grandma" is "nonna" and it's pronounciation is "nohn-nah" notice the letter "h".speek it out with a little of the "h" in it


Answer by  mandriloquai (324)

"Nonna" is the Italian word for grandmother. I am not sure about grandma, but I think is "nonnina". You may also try the dear grandmother, which is also colloquial: "cara nonna".

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