How do you say grandma and grandpa in Russian?

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Grandma = бабушка (babushka) Grandpa = дедушка (djedushka)
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We can say "Zdravstvuite" for hello or greetings in Russian language. Also informal way to tell hello is zdorovo or privet or zdarvstvui in Russian language. You can find
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"Grandmother" in Russian is "Babushka". Babushka can also mean a sort of scarf
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The first word to know is "abuela". Simply put, it means "grandmother". It is pronounced like "abwaylah". Since you now know the word for grandmother
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