Basically, here’s dance music’s ultimate match made in heaven. Living legend Tiesto teaming up with brand new greatness Martin Garrix for a tune that underlines both the artist’s innovative style. The Only Way Is Up revolves around distinctive vocal snippets, inimitably built as a unique melody line before euphoric chords take the track sky high. Mesmerizing, creative music and above all an outright hit!
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With Baby Boomers becoming grandparents, the stodgy old codger and plump, cookie-baking white frizzy haired grandparents are getting a massive facelift. Tired of the old standbys of Granny, Grandma, Grandpa etc. todays grandparents are coming up with new names in droves!
send us your grandmother and grandfather names at norah at namenerds.com! Put the word "grandma" in the subject line.
The most common names for grandparents (at least in the USA):
Bubbe, Nana, Grandma, Granny, Gran, Gram, Grammy, Papa, Grandpa, Granda, Granddad, Gramps.
I always called my grandma AAAH ! because I could not say ABUELA (Were Spanish) My Grandpa was PAAAAAH ! I Guess I couldnt say PAPA. It just stuck.
Abi-Gabi - All the grandkids in my exs family used that name for their grandmother. The name came from baby talk by one of the cousins.
Aito: My grandkids call me Aito (Ah-ee-toh). It is short for "Abuelito" which is a diminutive for "Abuelo" which is grandfather in Spanish.
All Right Lou -- When my husband was a very small boy, he was always greeted by his jazz-playing grandfather with a "Gimme Five. [high five]. All Riiiight!" -- Thus, he soon became All Right Lou.
Alvin and Butter-butt : My daughters started calling my father Alvin because they thought he had puffy cheeks like Alvin the singing chipmunk. They call my mother butter-butt because while they were camping, she backed into a trash basket and got a butter wrapper stuck on her butt.
Ami: I called my mothers mother Ami, pronounced as in the French "mon amis", I dont know what it came from.
Recently we had our first son, and my in-laws wanted to know what they should be called. My ingenous 11 year old sister-in-law came up with the names "Amma" - for the Grandmother and "Adda" for the Grandfather. She derived the names from lord of the rings when one of the Elves were talking. I really happen to like the names, i beats calling them Grandma or Grandpa ( insert last name).