What did Jewish children in the Pale of Settlement call their parents? #names


I'm talking about little kids (4 years old), in the late 1890s.
Translations I've seen include:

mam & tate
mami & tateshi
eema & abba

Tema Frank
Edmonton, Canada

Henry Carrey Boston,MA . Carey/Kirzhner/Berestyaner , Belous , Isenberg - Lutsk ; Postolov/Herman/Kolovsky-Zhitomir

In my family , it was Papa and Mama , but that may only after they got to the U.S.  

Others that I know of : 
Tate , Mame  ( TAH-teh, MAH-meh ) 
Tati , Mami 
Foter/Futer, Muter/Miter ( more formal ) 
Mamushka , Dyedushka ( Russian and the equivalent in other non Jewish languages ) 
Henry H. Carrey


My mother and her brothers called their father Pop.  Her mother died when she was ten, so I don't know what she called her. My father was an orphan by age 9 so I have no idea what he called his parents either.  They were first generation Americans whose parents emigrated from the Pale.
Barbara Sloan
Conway, SC

Linda Baker

My parents called their parents Ma & Pa.  They were from Volhynia.
Linda Baker
Bonita Springs, FL  USA