My mom's forgotten a lot of the Hungarian she learned as a child. She will be a great grandma soon and would like this new little life to refer to her by an especially loving and sweet Hungarian word for Grandma. Something that an English speaking child could say. Can anybody out there help? Thanks.
Hungarian term for Grandma
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