My younger sister is married to my wife's younger brother. Should my daughter refer to my younger sister as "amita" or "matertera"?
So hopefully I was clear enough, but it's my younger sister, by blood, who is now married to my wife's brother/my brother-in-law. So to my daughter she is "amita" by blood, but "matertera" by marriage, if that makes sense.I think amita is slightly preferrable, because matertera seems to primarily be a mother's sister.
Lol, she doesn't actually, yet. She is just barely starting to talk. However, there's a few of us in the family who are studying Latin together, and we're trying to get to the point of speaking only Latin during the study time, so we're all trying to learn how to great each other correctly in Latin. I just got to thinking how I would teach my daughter to address her aunt, but for the moment it's just a hypothetical question.Why does your daughter address her aunt in Latin?