How do you say brother-in-law in Hmong?
Hmong Marriage & Family
- Nam-txiv tub = Mother, Father and child(ren)
- Nam-tub = Mom and sons.
- Nam-ntxhais = Mom and daughters.
- Dab laug/txiv dab = uncle.
- Yawm Yij = brother-in-law (if brother)
- Puj Laug = Auntie (wife of uncle or the brother of your father)
- Nam-ntxawm/niam tij = sister-in-law.
How do you say mother in law in Hmong?
- niam. en mother-in-law (of a woman) +1 definitions. World Loanword Database (WOLD)
- niam pog. en mother-in-law (of a woman) World Loanword Database (WOLD)
- niam tais. en mother-in-law (of a man) World Loanword Database (WOLD)
What is husband’s younger brother called?
The brother of your husband or wife is your brother-in-law.
How do you say older sister in Hmong?
- father’s sister. phauj.
- mother’s sister. niam tais.
- older sister. niam laus.
- younger sister. niam hluas.
What does NYAB mean in Hmong?
Nyab means daughter-in-law. When a woman marries, her husband’s family will call her this. It is a title for her, followed by her husband’s name.
How do you say family in Hmong?
family translated to Hmong
- chinese-simplified. 家庭
- tsev nee…
What is son in law in Hmong?
vauv. ntxhais. ♥ (son-in-law) (daughter) tij.
What is the wife of your brother-in-law called?
Your brother in law’s wife is your sister in law.
What NYAB means?
A nib is the point of a thing, such as a spear. More commonly it means the point of a pen, especially a fountain pen. Before ball points were invented, a common student problem was a pen with a broken nib. The word nib comes from a 16th century word meaning the beak of a bird.
What is Nayab?
Rabia. (Persian: نایاب) is a female given name of Persian origin, meaning “rare; unique; precious”.
How long has Hmong been a spoken language?
For more than 4000 years, Hmong has been a spoken language, though a written form may have existed long ago.
How does kinship work in the Hmong culture?
Kinship is based on marriage and descent. Hmong people are traditionally not individualistically oriented, but identify the self as a member of the family, clan and community. Hmong culture emphasizes relationships between relatives and clan members, with respect for elders and strong families.
When did the Hmong people convert to Christianity?
Contemporary Hmong people cannot be characterized as subscribing to a single belief system. Missionaries to Southeast Asia converted many Hmong people to Christianity beginning in the 19th-century and many more have become Christian since immigrating from Southeast Asia to the West.
Why does the Hmong believe that the soul is lost?
A traditional Hmong belief is that ill health may be the result of the soul wandering from the body unable to find its way home. The soul may be lost due to injury, wounds, a fall, a loud noise, being unconscious (including from anesthesia), fear, or feeling sad and lonely.