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Afrikaans: kat; kitten = katjie

Algonquin (Cherokee): sinta

Am. Sign Language: "take thumb and forefinger, put them alongside face and open and close them while stroking (your whiskers) outward..."

Arabic: Ghat ("gh" is guttural), Qit or biss

Aramic: shunra

Armenian: gatz

Assyrian: qatoo

Bahasa (Indonesia): cusing ("koo-ching)

Basque: Katu

Bengali: biral

British English: moggy

Bulgarian: kotka

Cajun "French": kitty = Minou

Cantonese: Maow

Cheyenne: póéso

Chinese (Pinyin): mao ("ao" like "now", high pitch, even tone)

Cree: Minoos, kitten = Minoosis

Czech: Kocka; male = kocour; female = kocka

Danish: Kat; kitten = Kattekilling; also use Mise

Dutch: kat; female = poes ("poos" like "goose"); male = kater; male kitten = katje ("kat-ya"); kittens = katjes; female kitten = poesje

Egyptian (ancient): Mou ("ou" as in "ouch")

Egyptian: miw (comma instead of dot over the "i") or kut

Eskimo: Pussi

Esperanto: kato; kitten = katido; tomcat = virkato; clowder = kataro

Estonian: kass

Filipino: pusa

Finnish: kissa; baby cat = kissanpentu; male = kolli; female = narttu; affectionate: kisu, misu, mirri (mirri has an additional, "naughty" meaning)

Fulaani (Nigeria): (phonetic) = holoondoo ("who loon do")

French: cat = Le Chat (silent "t") or Matou; kitty = Minou ("mee-noo"); puss = Minet(te); kitten = chaton

German: female = die Katze (KAT-tse); male = der Kater; cats = die Katzen; kitten = das Käetzchen ("cats-chen"); kitty (and other nicknames) = Mietze ("MEET-sah"), Puschi, Pussi

Greek: Ga'ta; kitten = gataki

Gypsy (Lovar dialect): muca

Hawaiian: Popoki; kitten (literally "cat child") = popokikeiki

Hebrew: Chatool ("ch" is representation of a single letter in Hebrew, guttural sound); male = Chatul; female = Chatula; kitten male = Chataltul; kitten female = Chatatula

Hindi: (phonetically) Billie

Hungarian: Macska ("much-ka"); kitten (literally "little cat") = kismacska

Icelandic: köttur

Indonesian: Kutjing

Irish: cat

Italian: male = gatto; female = gatta; cats = gatti; kitten male = gattino; kitten female = gattina; nice male cat = Micio; nice female cat = Micia; nice kitten (male) = Micetto; nice kitten (female) = Micetta

Japanese: Neko ("Neh-ko); kitten = koneko; affectionate form = neko-chan or neko-chan

Judeo Spanish: gato

Kazakh: mysyk

Kinkongo (Zaire): Nyau

Kmer: chima (long "a")

Korean: koyangi ("koh-yang-ee")

Lakhota-Sioux: igmu

Laotian: Mell (pronounced "Meyel" or "something close to 'Meow'"

Latin: felis, feles, felix or cattus

Latvian: kachit or kakis

Lithuanian: Cat-ti-a; female = Katite

Loglan: katma

Macedonian: female = machka; male = machor

Malay: kuching; "sweet little pussy cat" = kuchinta

Mandarin: (phonetically) mao (rhymes with "cow")

Manx (Isle of Man): kayt; cats = kiyt; tomcat = kayt firryn; kitten = pishin

Maori (New Zealand): ngero (The "ng" is said like in sing ... you 'almost' pronounce the g)

Mayan: miz (pronounced "meece")

Mexican: Felino (m), Felina (f)

Navajo: Moosi

Norwegian: Katt

Pakistani: Shimii ("shee-mee")

Palauan: Katuu

Persian/Farci (Iran): gorbeh (stress on second syllable); kitty = peesh-ee (peesh rhymes with lease, -ee like a short i)

Pig Latin: at-cay, Itty-Kay, Om-Tay, Ussy-Pay, Itten-Kay, Eline-Fay... :-)

Polish: Kot ("o" pronounced like "ou" in "court"); affectionate = kotek

Portugese: gato; female = gata; kitty = gatito or gatinho

Potawatomi: kazho, mayos, mayos; cats = mayosuk

Quechua: michi; little cat = michicha

Romanian: pisica ("peeseecka"); cats = pisici; male = motan

Romansch: giat ("DJE-ah-t")

Russian: male= kot; female = koshka; kitten = kotyonok ("koht-yon-ok"); affectionate form = koshenka; kitty = kiska

Rumanian: Negru

Scots Gaelic: cat; kitten = piseag; feline = mar chat

Serbo-Croatian: Macka

Slovak: Macka

Spanish: gato; minino ("me ne no")

Swahili: Paka

Swedish: katt; kitten (literally "cat child") = kattunge; kitty = kisse

Swiss Deutsche slang: kitty, kitty, kitty = Boozzhi, boozzhi, boozzhi

Tagalog (Phillipine dialect): pusa ("poo-sah")

Tamil (Indian language also spoken in Sri Lanka & Singapore): (phonetically) poo-NAI

Thai: Maa-oh

Tohono O'odham (native Am. tribe in SW Arizona): Mihstol (roughly pronounced mee-stol or mee-stow with the "l" barely sounded)

Tsalagi (Cherokee): We'sa

Turkish: Kedi; cats = Kediler

Ukrainian: kotuk ("kohtihk"); affectionate: kitcha; "one who purrs" = Morrchik

Vietnamese: Con meo

Welsh: cath; kitten = cath fach; feline = fel cath, cathaidd

Yiddish: ketzl; kitten = ketzleh

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