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Wulkan - | 3,250
18 Apr 2016 #61
Maybe when he was a puppy he liked playing with potatos? That's how the dog's names are being born sometimes.
Atch 17 | 3,427
18 Apr 2016 #62
That's a good theory. Back then I hardly had a word of Polish and was nervous about talking to people but now I'd ask her - although of course there's no guarantee I'd understand the answer! Usually people understand more than they speak but with me it's a case of 'mowię ale nie rozumiem'!
johnny reb 28 | 5,301
18 Apr 2016 #63
I named my dog "WEGO"......Tutaj idziemy !
Wulkan - | 3,250
18 Apr 2016 #64
I named my dog "WEGO"

sounds cool
Dougpol1 32 | 3,245
18 Apr 2016 #65
Named my dog after a Royal...

A neighbour named his dog Ugrysz.......

One of these names is clearly dumb:)
porky pok 2 | 127
18 Apr 2016 #66
I dont have a dog but suggested by neighbour to name his pup after a PF member as an honour:D
Wulkan - | 3,250
18 Apr 2016 #67
A neighbour named his dog Ugrysz

Just to let you know that this name has no meaning in Polish language before you start suggesting it's dumb...
OP Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446
19 Apr 2016 #68

Maybe that's Dougpol's misspelling of Ugryź (imperative of to bite). Some may remember that in the Polish sitcom "Czterdziestolatek" the father-in-law had a dog named Bierzgo (Sic 'im).
30 Jun 2017 #69
My Family all grew up in Poland and my uncle had two labradors buba and beza
25 May 2018 #70
Juma? No? Not a common Polish name for a dog?
Well that's my dog's name. Very unique then.
31 May 2018 #71
Oszkurwajapierdole there's unique name
8 Jul 2020 #72
Growing up my Polish grandfather had a white Shepard we called troumba (sp?) He said it meant Sh*thead. Is anyone familiar with this word??
gumishu 11 | 5,603
8 Jul 2020 #73

trąba simply - the main meaning is trumpet - in a figurative meaning it can mean shithead
pawian 176 | 14,299
8 Jul 2020 #74
I wouldn`t translate it as shithead, it sounds too strong. Trąba is a mild word, sth like a fool, goof.
8 Jul 2020 #75
Do you have Żasmina, Żaneta in Poland?
pawian 176 | 14,299
8 Jul 2020 #76
Yes, but never heard them used for dogs.

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