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How do you say "boy" in your language?

Here we say "Gutt". Norwegian.
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Me too.
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luinwen said:
niño in spanish but you can also call them muchacho, chico, esquincle, chavo
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Sooo true!Peace out
TNgurl101 posted over a year ago
VioletSunset said:
--. <----Moris Code
and

Beeeeeep! <----Zombie Robot
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Teamdamon33 said:
In mine we say 'menino'. It’s Portuguese.
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sairiin said:
I speak two languages, Finnish and Swedish. The Finnish word for it is "poika" and the Swedish one is "pojke". There are different version for it on both languages, but these are the most common ones :)
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Snugglebum said:
we just say "boy"-english

but i can say it in spanish(nino-sry, dont know how to put the accent over the n)
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Abilei said:
Boy
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Same.
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Same
halo116 posted over a year ago
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same
iluvllllll posted over a year ago
chagrin91 said:
alak or alaka in pushto my own city language but in urdu my national language its called larka
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Yeah Larka in hindi as well lol
Renesmee_XD posted over a year ago
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lolzz yeah coz urdu's a mixture of languages it has all the words of irani,hindi,bangali, etc
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doctor-reid said:
The english way is obviously Boy, but here, for the nickname, we generally say Guy (here being Australia)
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melikhan said:
in Persian:we say"Pesar"
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lovebaltor said:
Since Im Hatian,my family and I like to speak french,and some english,so I say;

Boy-Oviously English &
Garcon(s)-French *There's suppose 2 b a little tail at the end of the c called a cadeille *or however u spell it*
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Jill_17 said:
Agori...Greek
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IAmPortia said:
In Philippines we say, "lalaki"
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or bata or batang lalaki or totoy or.... not to mention the other dialects
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thespikedturtle said:
I say "boy". But I also speak a fair bit of spanish, and I know that's either muchacho or nino. (with the little squiggly thingy)
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ase said:
I speak mostly English (since I live in America) but I also speak a little French, Spanish, Swahili, Polish, and German. (And no, I'm not a linguist...I just got bored one summer and, well, I taught myself a few languages!)

English-boy
Spanish-nino with a ~ over the 2nd n
Polish-chlopiec with a ` in the middle of the l
French-garcon with a squiggly thing under the c
German-junge
Swahili-mvulana

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ThatDarnHippo said:
'Boy' sounds like it's referring to a little kid. I say 'guy', which sounds more like it's referring to teens and adults. 'Boy' to me sounds kind of immature.
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I do the same lol
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lovelyass said:
Buchaill (irish) [:
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Same here XD
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evreythinggoes said:
boy is ragazzo in italian
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kisaku said:
im spanish we say "nino"(with the ~ over the second n) but we also say chamaco, muchacho, chikio.=-)
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jdblover4life said:
in polish we say:chlopiec
german:junge
and french:garcon
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Carcharien said:
in german it's: Junge
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DJ_Squeaky said:
It's "buachaill" in mine :)
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Irish btw
DJ_Squeaky posted over a year ago
AndreeaXo said:
"băiat" in romanian :)
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same ^_^
myau posted over a year ago
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same! (:
MaxSparrow posted over a year ago
yoshifan1976 said:
I usually say nino since I'm hispanic. I speak English and Spanish ^_^
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mitchie19 said:
Language: Filipino
Country: Philippines
Boy in our language:

LALAKI [Lah-la-kee]
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TNgurl101 said:
nino or boi
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7things said:
Here we say "صبي" Arabic
Im from Lebanon!
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lol none would read it..its arabic letters..well i can.cz its my language
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Kanji said:
in japanese its 少年
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makaylablue said:
well im like enlish so we say man boy but sometimes say dude or guy or boy so yeah
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greennymph_15 said:
Its lalaki in Filipino.pronounce as la-la-ki
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Pinoy <3 Haha, yes!
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xxihatejooxx said:
"lalaki" it's in filipino

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nisrn said:
in indonesia, we say "cowok"
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iluvllllll said:
boy
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es3 said:
בן ("Ben")
or
ילד ("Yeled")

in Hebrew
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letsdancewooo said:
Дечак
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in serbian :)
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MarylovesSelena said:
Boy.In greek agori and in german...junge or something.
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AnjaLovesJohnny said:
in German you can say Bub or Junge
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sandrarap said:
we say GARÇON
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naley_fan said:
In bulgarian boy is момче (momche)
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Wanda5 said:
мальчик(malchik) in russian :P
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MJfangirl said:
well my language is slovenian and we say to a boy fant :)
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goodfeelings777 said:
In Venezuela we call them like this:

Niño
Chamo
Pana
Carajito
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Is in Venezuelan spanish
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Lindaah14 said:
Jongen (: It's Dutch ((:
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xSiVePux said:
Mine says 'Laki-laki' Indonesian here!
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Progatozona said:
Though i live in Bangladesh i speak english cuz i'm not full Bengali so its definitly boy.
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luv_warriorcatz said:
nan hai
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lollipopszx3 said:
lam ji in Cantonese, at least that's how you pronounce it. I'm too lazy to go to Google Translations to get the characters.
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demifan4life said:
In Malaysia we call it "lelaki" or "Laki-laki".
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PoojaA said:
In india its called 'ladka' or 'chora'
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deathroman13 said:
here in holland we say; jongen
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djsheshe said:
mukomana, its a shona word :)
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