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Any sweet Polish phrases


mikey  
12 Jan 2007 /  #1
Hi...

Could someone please tell me what "misiu" means, ive been told it is a very sweet word but id like to check first. Also could anybody give me any other sweet words or phrases because i know a very special lady why would love to hear them

Many thanks :)
sapphire 22 | 1,241  
12 Jan 2007 /  #2
my boyfriend calls me that... think it means teddy bear.

zabko - little frog
kotku - kitten
Bartolome 2 | 1,085  
12 Jan 2007 /  #3
Sloneczko - 'Tiny Sun'
Kochanie- darling
Moja lepsza polówka - My better half :)
Eurola 4 | 1,906  
12 Jan 2007 /  #4
tell me what "misiu" means

Mikey, misiu means a teddy bear but I would not want to be called that...There might be a slight meaning of extra pounds there. I don't think women like this one. It is very nice for a man to be sweetly called misiu, but it's different for us...(I know, it's not fair) :)

There is a thread from few days ago which lists lots and lots of sweet words with translations. Take a peek there.
svengoolie 1 | 112  
12 Jan 2007 /  #5
Nigdy nie widzialem takich pieknych ochu...
shewolf 5 | 1,077  
12 Jan 2007 /  #6
Is that Svengoolie I see flying around? He is so poetic.
svengoolie 1 | 112  
12 Jan 2007 /  #7
Ahwoooooooo !! Shewolf has risen :)
sapphire 22 | 1,241  
15 Jan 2007 /  #8
misiu means a teddy bear but I would not want to be called that...There might be a slight meaning of extra pounds there. I don't think women like this one.

Does that mean my bf is calling me fat then?
aune  
15 Jan 2007 /  #9
/Does that mean my bf is calling me fat then?/

i dont think so, my boyfriend calls me 'misiu' or 'misia' we are both polish and i like it. (no meaning of extra pounds there)
sapphire 22 | 1,241  
15 Jan 2007 /  #10
i dont think so, my boyfriend calls me 'misiu' or 'misia' we are both polish and i like it. (no meaning of extra pounds there)

Thanks. thats good to know.

Any idea what Nuniu means? sorry dont know how to spell it.
Eurola 4 | 1,906  
20 Jan 2007 /  #11
sapphire, misiu, misia are wonderful, sweet words as long as you don't have any extras on you :)

Niunia, Niunius, Niusia are endearing words used alone and often added to your real name.
Your sapphire name could be sapphiruniunia, aune above could be called auniusia etc
lofty 1 | 9  
30 Jan 2007 /  #12
I quite like this one (misiu). Only this morning I found a little note on top of my laptop addressed to misiu (well, obvously to me :) ) and I already knew what it meant from another thread on this forum, and it doesn't bother me. I'm guessing it is probably more appropriate for this to be used from a woman to a man.
kevcah182  
10 Feb 2007 /  #13
so how is misiu pronounced?
TheAutoholic  
10 Feb 2007 /  #14
As far as I know, it would be said "meh-see-u"
Gustaw - | 9  
16 Feb 2007 /  #15
Rather "Mee-shee-oo", with this "shee-oo" said almost at the same time.

Pozdrawiam,
Gustaw
Ziyah  
16 Feb 2007 /  #16
How do you say "you are my precious" in Polish? A gud friend of mine thaught me this and at first it was ok for me to pronounce it, then I kinda forgot. I want to know how, cuz it really made him happy me saying this in polish :)

-Ziyah
sapphire 22 | 1,241  
16 Feb 2007 /  #17
sapphire, misiu, misia are wonderful, sweet words as long as you don't have any extras on you

how about pagorki or pagoreshki? . dont know how to spell it... I know it means kind of fat.. but he tells me it is in an endearing way :)
Gustaw - | 9  
17 Feb 2007 /  #18
How do you say "you are my precious" in Polish?

"Mój skarbie" ("My treasure", exactly).

how about pagorki or pagoreshki? . dont know how to spell it... I know it means kind of fat.. but he tells me it is in an endearing way :)

"Pagórki", "pagóreczki"? :) Quite funny, I've never heard that here in Poland, but... It means "hillocks" :)

Pozdrawiam,
Gustaw
daffy 23 | 1,508  
17 Feb 2007 /  #19
Aw this is a lovely thread :)

I say to my gf 'moja kochana' but thats cos my polish is not great.:P
Timur  
13 Mar 2007 /  #20
This is a wonderful, and for me, useful thread. Thanks to all contributors!

Mike, Wilmington, DE
karturn 9 | 20  
13 Mar 2007 /  #21
My husband use to call our daughter his little Zabtia (little frog). It has stuck, I still call her that. He use to call her Pieschaka (sp) wich means a high, trill or squeal. He did that after she started to babble. She can be loud sometimes! He did say he had to stop calling her that & start calling her by her given name, Emma but I still call her that as well, just not as much as zabtia or Emma!

KT
JuneBug82  
15 Mar 2007 /  #22
hi everyone -
does anyone know what "po-che-ha" means? me boyfriend calls me that - he says it means "my happiness"... i think it is spelled POCHA, but i'm not sure. I hope someone knows! thanks a lot!!!
Ryś  
15 Mar 2007 /  #23
"po-che-ha"

Pociecha. Sometimes polish parents call that their children when they are proud of them. It is inappropriate for boy-girl relation.
lechu  
16 Mar 2007 /  #24
do not lisen Rys. Everything is appropriate if it doesnt hurt your fillings. it may by associated with childhood by him. Pociecha is very good and nice world.

Best regards
Lechu
JuneBug82  
17 Mar 2007 /  #25
thank you so much !!!!
:)
ben300  
22 Mar 2007 /  #26
how do i ask a girl to be my girlfriend and not to move away?? please write back asap!!
james - | 8  
28 Mar 2007 /  #27
Hey you People i love you all..
Been looking at all the posts and like yer kinda see a lot of love out there and i wish to say thank you to all of you who have initiated this part of the human need to be loved...

Huge Hugs to you Allllll xxxxxxxx

ps it could well may be a wish to cuddle embrace as i cannot find a word that says cuddle in polish ....
May you get plenty .-)
chopperdad43  
28 Mar 2007 /  #28
my old girlfriend liked me to call her pumkin,she heard me say thay to my girls a few times,i couldnt call her that,that was my girls nickname,and anyways you cant give yourself a nickname right? so i asked a polish friend at work how to say pumkin in polish he said :din-yah : .so i called her from work one morning to say good morning(cause im good like that)i called her din-yea ...she said kinda unpleasntly that that was what they called her in school as a kid <she said she was chunky as a kid .coulda fooled me.she was fine.so fine.so what im getting at is dont call her din-yea.......best of luck...be carefulll...she may be a charnay pieonk nazwa sh-myerch
Jessicacg76  
6 Jul 2007 /  #29
Dzidzia (jee-ja) means baby (Normally male to female)
Misiu (mee-shoe) means teddy bear or bear (Normally female to male)
Macque  
24 Jul 2007 /  #30
I'm English and I call my Polish girlfriend "moja slotky groszku" (moya swot-kee grosh-koo) which roughly translates as my sweet-pea :)

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