What do you call your partner - darling, sweetheart, babe? Turns out, there are many more inventive terms of endearment used around the world, including 'egg with eyes', 'my little cabbage' and 'cute nose'.


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So we decided to illustrate some of our faves.

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#1 My Little Cabbage - French

My Little Cabbage - French

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Menthe Litchi 5 months ago

I think it is "chou" as in "chou à la crème", the pastry.

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#2 Breadcrumb - Finnish

Breadcrumb - Finnish

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UniversalMel 5 months ago

That’s adorable

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#3 My Little Bug - Hungarian

My Little Bug - Hungarian

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DParks 5 months ago

A Praying Mantis would give this a totally different perspective.

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#4 Mousebear - German

Mousebear - German

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Isy Mucha 5 months ago

it's "Mäusebär" actually...

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#5 My Gold Nugget - Danish

My Gold Nugget - Danish

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Danish Dynomummy 5 months ago

The most common is Skat (treasure)

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#6 Little Chip - Dutch

Little Chip - Dutch

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Marit Sigrid Seinstra 5 months ago

I’m Dutch and we us schatje patatje , schatje means cute or dear, so dear chip and we use it because it rhymes

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#7 My Little Microbe - Italian

My Little Microbe - Italian

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Daria B 5 months ago

Mai sentito. ♥

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#8 Fruit Of My Heart - Indonesian

Fruit Of My Heart - Indonesian

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Laily F. Noor 5 months ago

It's used to call your children, not your spouse or partner

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#9 My Little Round Thing - Flemish

My Little Round Thing - Flemish

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Val 5 months ago

We also have "protje", which means "little fart"

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#10 Half An Orange - Spanish

Half An Orange - Spanish

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Natasha Forchione 5 months ago

Yes, because two halves make a whole :)

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