"Ahéheeʼ shimá yazhí."
Translation:Thank you aunt.
New England, Portuguese/French/German family. All of my aunts on both sides were "Auntie " or directly called "Auntie" if spoken to directly. Sometimes, on the Portuguese side, I would say "Tia" to certain aunts. "Thanks Auntie" was common, but never "Thanks Aunt", I could see "Thanks Aunt NAME" but would seem less familial than "Auntie". It wasn't just a quirky thing my family did. But, it's interesting to hear that it might be a bit less common than I expected. Thank you for that Sariah.