perfect description of the concept
For anyone learning English and finding the lack of the word morfar, it can be said "maternal grandfather" and farmor "paternal grandmother" just for the record, though generally it's not specified, as illustrated in the translation.
I just gave the correct answer and it was rejected!
I just learned that ""farfar"" means grandfather.
Now I see ""morfar"".
Is it that both words mean ""grandfather""?
I ask because ""farmor"" means grandmother.
What is the real answer?
farfar = fars far (paternal grandfather)
morfar = morsfar (maternal grandfather)
(I think you can now figure out farmor and mormor)