WHAT DO YOU CALL YOUR GRANDPARENTS

I've always found it interesting all the titles and nicknames we use for our family, and it was on my mind as family gathered this week and I heard many differences even within my own family! Share who they are, what you call them, and a picture if you have/want to!
  1. Maternal Great Grandmother - Buna
    It's Ukrainian but I'm unsure of the exact translation. She's the amazing woman who my family celebrated this week: FOR MY GREAT-GRANDMOTHER
  2. Maternal Great Grandfather - Dieda
    Pronounced line "Jeh-the" Ukrainian for "Grandpa"
  3. Maternal Grandmother - Baba Luba
    Contraction of Ukrainian "Babushka" and her first name.
  4. Maternal Grandfather - Papa Larry
    My mothers ex-stepdad, isn't around and doesn't come up much really but when he does.
  5. Paternal Grandmother - Grandma Repay
    Just simple and classic.
  6. Paternal Grandfather - Grandpa
    The only grandfather I really ever had so we kept it simple.
  7. I called mine Maw-Maw and Paw-Paw.
    It came from a toddler mispronunciation, but it stuck on both sides of the family.
    Suggested by   @jhope71
  8. I just call mine Grandma and Grandpa
    I only have one set of grandparents!
    Suggested by   @lexie_elyse
  9. The only two grandparents I ever met, my mom's mom, Granny and Granny's dad Poppy.
    Suggested by   @tylerka323
  10. My regular grandparents were just Grandma or Grandpa (insert first or last name), but my paternal great-grandparents were Gommie and Pop.
    Suggested by   @andlamb
  11. Only grandparent I have her known was my Mother's Mother.... I call her Gran.
    :)
    Suggested by   @teamgivan
  12. My paternal Grandmother has been Nanny Nawny since I could talk bc I had a lisp as a kid 😂 I'm the oldest cousin so everyone else followed my lead and called her Nanny or Nanny Nawny. My maternal Great Grandmother was Baba (pronounced similar to "Bubba")
    Suggested by   @ripnclebass
  13. I call my mother's mom Grandma, and my father's mom Nana. My mother's father Tata, and my father's father Grandpa.
    Suggested by   @sarahmccoy
  14. Paternal: Honey Ginny and Big Mike. Maternal: Nana and Papa.
    My steps call me Janjan.
    Suggested by   @jannychan
  15. Papa and Mimot
    Suggested by   @clownhairqueer
  16. Nana and Poppy!
    My mom and dad want to be Mimi and Papa once they are grandparents (very soon, thanks to my sisters).
    Suggested by   @Boogie
  17. Abuelita
    It's a version of Abuela which is grandmother in Spanish. I only have grandmothers. My paternal grandpa isn't in the picture.
    Suggested by   @noemimacias
  18. Paternal: Papa and Grandma Margie
    Maternal: Granddaddy Bob and Grandma Dixie
    Suggested by   @nantea
  19. Grandma Joan! I always pronounced is Gram-ma and referred to her as 'gram' to other people and sometimes like it was her nickname.
    Suggested by   @jetfuelliz
  20. Maternal Grandma: Mima (pronounced mee muh)
    Not sure where it came from!
    Suggested by   @sarahsmith4
  21. Maw-Maw and Paw-paw, although the my children call their grandparents Neena and Poppie
    Suggested by   @marginally_amazing
  22. I only had one set of grandparents alive while growing up, so one was Grandpa and one was Grandma. My in-laws chose the names Gigi and Papa, which drives me nuts because my nephew and nieces refer to my grandma (their great-grandma) as GG. My husband calls his one grandma Grammy and the other one is Grandma Sissy, even though her name is Mary
    Suggested by   @colls39
  23. I called my 2 grandmas memère and 2 grandpas pepère. It's from the French grandmère and grandpère. I still have 2 memères and 1 pepère 💕
    Suggested by   @jennifer1482
  24. My mom has already requested to be called 'Mrs. Fox' or 'Mother the Sequel' when she has grandkids. 😂 I'm about 90% sure it will end up being 'grandma' though!
    Suggested by   @foxfoxkatie
  25. My mother's parents were Memaw & Papaw, in small town Alabama. My dad's parents were Papa and Grandma (Midwestern).
    My nephews call my mom Beebee and my dad Papa.
    Suggested by   @kcupcaker
  26. I have Nana and PawPaw on my mom's side. My dad's side there's Grumps and Mommom. 🙈
    Suggested by   @katiesham
  27. Grandma/Grandpa (my dad's Italian parents who wanted very traditional American names) & Mom-mom/Pop-pop (like every other kid in the Philadelphia tri-state area)
    Suggested by   @jessnobs
  28. Gram + Granddaddy
    (Maternal grandparents)
    Suggested by   @bbveg
  29. Nanny + Papa
    (Paternal grandparents)
    Suggested by   @bbveg
  30. Papa + Nanny
    (Paternal grandparents)
    Suggested by   @bbveg