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'.

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
Community Member
2 years 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
Community Member
2 years ago

That’s adorable

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#3

My Little Bug - Hungarian

My Little Bug - Hungarian

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DParks
Community Member
2 years 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
Community Member
2 years ago

it's "Mäusebär" actually...

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#5

My Gold Nugget - Danish

My Gold Nugget - Danish

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Danish Dynomummy
Community Member
2 years 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
Community Member
2 years 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
Community Member
2 years ago

Mai sentito. ♥

Kelly
Community Member
2 years ago

Infatti...

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Kary Lat
Community Member
2 years ago

Never heard of that

Maamuu
Community Member
2 years ago

Never heard of that.

Vincenzo La Badessa
Community Member
2 years ago

In what universe? And I am italian

Kelly
Community Member
2 years ago

Never heard or said like that in Italian, completely invented.

Martino
Community Member
2 years ago

Never heard.

Zvartun
Community Member
2 years ago

Never heard this

Lello Panzieri
Community Member
2 years ago

What the hell are you saying? That's not true at all.

elza ellere
Community Member
2 years ago

Haha! They will try and make anything sound nice. Not Italian myself, but have many Italian friends! (:

DParks
Community Member
2 years ago

That this has nothing to do with pasta is criminal.

TropicalPanda
Community Member
2 years ago

microbes are usefull for making cheese.. and cheese is well.. used in pasta.. is this too subtle a relation !!

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#8

Fruit Of My Heart - Indonesian

Fruit Of My Heart - Indonesian

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Laily F. Noor
Community Member
2 years 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
Community Member
2 years 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
Community Member
2 years ago

Yes, because two halves make a whole :)

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#11

Little Elephant - Thai

Little Elephant - Thai

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ควาย เผือก
Community Member
2 years ago

No, this is slang for dick..

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#12

Egg With Eyes - Japanese

Egg With Eyes - Japanese

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Lilith Lu
Community Member
2 years ago

it's not correct……actually this japanese is 卵型の顔 which means oval face

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#13

Cute Nose - Swedish

Cute Nose - Swedish

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LittleSaphyrs
Community Member
2 years ago

As a swede; it's "sötnos". Cute though!

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My Little Chicken - Arabic

My Little Chicken - Arabic

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Nadine
Community Member
2 years ago

Which 'arabic' is that? You have 22 arabic speaking countries and each country has its own dialect. It's like saying 'latin' for france

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#15

My Little Eyes - Greek

My Little Eyes - Greek

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Marshmallow
Community Member
2 years ago

Actually "matia mou" means "my eyes". "My little eyes" would be "mikra mou matia" .

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