Masur – Mother's sister's husband. Babba – Grandpa (Paternal). Bebbe or Bibi– Grandma (Paternal). Dadaa or Nanaa– Grandpa (Maternal). Dadi or Nani– Grandma (Maternal). Jija – Brother-in-law. Pabhi – Sister-in-law (low tone). Puttar – Son. Puttari – Daughter. Pati or Aadmi– Husband. Putni or Bhoti or Theemee– Wife. Father: My daughter, why are you standing behind the sandalwood tree? Daughter: I am standing here, father, because I want a good marriage. Father: My daughter, what kind of a husband do you want? Daughter: Father, among the stars as the moon stands bright; Beside the moon as Krishna stands bright; I want a match. Punjabis are very fun-filled outgoing and loud people. Coming from Punjabi family myself I always feel they do thing little louder and grander than others. UP I think are reserved while Punjabis are outspoken. So since you are getting married to Punjabi family, be prepared to hear loud voices. Now that doesn't mean they.