Mor är kortform av 'moder' och far är kortform av 'fader'.
What are the social contexts of mamma vs. mor?
There are some great explanations about this here: https://www.duolingo.com/comment/5848211
sounds like 'morfar'
The speed of this one always gets me. Sounds like a single word.
I wonder where the English word "Dad/Daddy" comes from, as it seems to have no similarity to other European words to describe a father (as far as I know)?
One theory is that it came from the welsh word for "dad" which is "tad".
We have „táto“ in Ukrainian, which is quite similar
so when reading ''och'' from a sentence Is it pronounced as ''O'' eg: Mor och Far
The normal speed audio seems to be very glitchy on this one - 'och' sounds like 'doh'
But can you also say:
Mor+bror=marbror just to be more specific of the family tree?
Audio is wrong again. Sounds like "mordfar."
It still sounds like mordfar