Translation for 'paternal uncle' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   a paternal uncle | paternal uncles
paternal uncle {noun}чичо {м}
uncle {noun}чичо {м}
maternal uncle {noun}вуйчо {м}
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Usage Examples English
  • Edward Clark was born on April 1, 1815 in New Orleans, Louisiana. His paternal uncle, John Clark, served as the Governor of Georgia from 1819 to 1823. His paternal grandfather was Elijah Clarke.
  • After Caligula's death, the Senate attempted and failed to restore the Republic. Claudius, Caligula's paternal uncle, became emperor by the instigation of the Praetorian Guards.
  • He was raised by a paternal uncle who was also First Almoner to King Louis XV.
  • Further honours for both came when Henry VI married Margaret of Anjou, whose uncle was Jacquetta's brother-in-law (Jacquetta's sister Isabelle married Margaret of Anjou's paternal uncle Charles du Maine).
  • The character is the older brother of Kyle Reese (John Connor's father) and paternal uncle of John.

  • He was known as the Duke of Edinburgh from 1866 until he succeeded his paternal uncle Ernest II as the reigning Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha in the German Empire.
  • On 21 August 2019, Chile's nuncio announced that the Vatican had launched an investigation into claims that Bernardino Piñera, an influential Chilean priest who is also a paternal uncle of Chilean President Sebastian Piñera, sexually abused at least one child 50 years prior.
  • His mother Marie-Alice Dupré-Chauvière was a cellist who also gave music lessons, and his paternal uncle Henri Auguste Dupré was a violinist and violist.
  • Peter was not only Maria's husband, but also her paternal uncle.
  • He is the husband of May Parker and the paternal uncle and father figure of Peter Parker.

  • Agrippina's paternal uncle, Claudius, brother of her father Germanicus, became the new Roman emperor.
  • His 35-year-long reign was marked by his attempts to expand the royal domain by any means, especially by his long struggle to gain the Duchy of Burgundy (which ended in 1014 with his victory) after the death in 1002 without male descendants of his paternal uncle Duke Henry I, after a war against Otto-William of Ivrea, Henry I's stepson and adopted by him as his heir.
  • Hook is played by David Gyasi in the 2020 movie "Come Away" as CJ, a ruthless pawnbroker and crime lord who is also the son of the Mad Hatter, the paternal uncle of Alice and Peter Pan, and the paternal great-uncle of the Darling children, Wendy, Michael and John.
  • She was Princess-Abbess of Quedlinburg from 1110 until 1125. She was excommunicated by Pope Calixtus II for her loyalty to her paternal uncle, Henry V, the King of the Romans in 1119.
  • A minor upon the early death of his father in 1266, Henry IV was placed under the guardianship of his paternal uncle, Archbishop Władysław of Salzburg.

  • In 1252, when his paternal uncle Pietro Caetani became Bishop of Todi, in Umbria, Benedetto followed him to Todi and began his legal studies there.
  • He is the paternal uncle of Donald Duck. He was first introduced as the presenter (and singer of "The Spectrum Song") in the cartoon "An Adventure in Color", part of the first episode of "Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color" on NBC.
  • Antipater was originally from the Macedonian city of Paliura; had a brother called Cassander; was the paternal uncle of Cassander's child Antigone and was the maternal great uncle of Berenice I of Egypt.
  • He says Maelgwn held a regional pre-eminence among the other four kings, going on to say that he overthrew his paternal uncle (...) to gain the throne; that he had taken up life as a monk but then returned to the secular world; that he had been married and divorced, then remarried to the widow of his nephew after being responsible for his nephew's death; and that he was tall.
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