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Nice Polish words to say to a girl


mroddities - | 5    
28 Feb 2010  #31
miranda
My polish girlfriend loves "zabko"! its my favourite word for her-- she melts everytime haha! i love it!
jagman - | 1    
10 Mar 2010  #32
hi guys can you tell me the meaning of this "zabko"
thanks
Bzibzioh    
  10 Mar 2010  #33
little frog

And it is żabko
c3p0 1 | 10    
19 Mar 2010  #34
thank you for this!!
Froggy    
22 Mar 2010  #35
A friend has been dating a girl from Poland. She taught him many Polish words/phrases. One word/phrases that she taught him sounds like "kot tune ya". My friend has been told by others that the word/phrase should not be used to describe a man. His girl friend says that is wrong and it can be used as an endearment to a man or woman.

Hopefully I got the phonetics correct. What exactly does this phrase mean and who is correct? Can it be appropriately applied to a woman and a man?
aphrodisiac 11 | 2,450    
22 Mar 2010  #36
"kot tune ya"

kotuniu - means kitty in vocative
kot- kotek- koteczek- kotunia

Can it be appropriately applied to a woman and a man?

more likely to women, but I can see it being applied to both. There are many endearment forms in Polish and I remember this particular shop clerk who used to say:

Kochaniutka - the beloved one, but within the context I knew that she was just being nice
king polkagamon    
23 Mar 2010  #37
I would tell her:Kochanie jestes tak slodka i mila.Chialalbym byc zawsze k tobie.Jestes najlutsej dziewczyna bardzo ukochana i ulobiona.Jestes cudowna skarbie.Kotku chie tobie celawac i obnejmac.Jestes moje zloto.Muj srdiczko pada dla tobie kotku.

I know my polish is awful I try what I can.I usually use Czech compliments but they work.
I usually tell one girl what the other tells me.Girls teach me compliments.
Bzibzioh    
23 Mar 2010  #38
kotuniu

Kocurku would be better for a man.

KP I wish I knew how to pronounce all that not to mention what it all means..

Ignore his nonsense; his sentences are all wrong. Mixture of Polish, Russian and Czech words accidentally put together.
nodoudt1972    
26 Mar 2010  #39
you are the most beautiful woman on earth
c3p0 1 | 10    
10 Apr 2010  #40
Apr 10, 10, 18:11 - Thread attached on merging:
Need some nice things to say to a Polish girl that I really like....

Need some nice things to say to a Polish girl that I really like....
I really do and I want us to be closer. Need some sweet words...
please take it srsly :) (:
love_sunil80 14 | 127    
10 Apr 2010  #41
Do you wanna say it in Polish or English?
c3p0 1 | 10    
13 Apr 2010  #42
yep need something in Polish
Arien 3 | 722    
  13 Apr 2010  #43
Czy umówisz się ze mną? (Would you like to go out with me?) Bardzo chętnie umówię się z tobą. (I'd very much like to go out with you.) Może innym razem? (Maybe another time?) Podoba mi się twój śliczny uśmiech. (I like your lovely smile.) Bardzo cię lubię. (I like you very much.) Jesteś piękna. (You're beautiful.) Myślę, że jesteś wyjątkową dziewczyną. (I think you're special.)

:)

No?
c3p0 1 | 10    
13 Apr 2010  #44
your an angel Arien thanks :)
Seanus 15 | 19,741    
13 Apr 2010  #46
Jesteś aniołkiem jak coś, KP.

Jesteś moim aniołkiem is sweet, especially if she is called Ania.
southern 76 | 7,106    
13 Apr 2010  #47
Jestes bardzo Polka is a compliment that I use often.

You can also say:Your eyes look like the lakes of Poland.
Arien 3 | 722    
13 Apr 2010  #48
You can also say: I could never compare anything I've seen before to those twinkles in your eyes, because they make everything look so ordinary..

:)

*barf*
c3p0 1 | 10    
25 May 2010  #49
Merged: I like this girl and she's Polish- I want to say something in Polish

How to say:
I think you're amazing (whatever works- eg. amazing, lovely,wondeful)

...or if you guys can give better things to say that would be good.
thanks for reading this (:
pgtx 30 | 3,165    
25 May 2010  #50
I think you're amazing (whatever works- eg. amazing, lovely,wonderful)

Sądze, że jesteś wspaniała.
Sądze, że jesteś najwspanialszą dziewczyną na świecie.

I think you're amazing (whatever works- eg. amazing, lovely,wonderful)

Jesteś urocza, śliczna, cudowna.
:)

I've been since today... newbi

let's try 'newby'...
;)
frd 7 | 1,399    
25 May 2010  #51
How about "niezła z ciebie foczka"?
pgtx 30 | 3,165    
25 May 2010  #52
foczka

little seal...
c3p0 1 | 10    
29 May 2010  #53
thanks for those guys who really put up some nice words
but for some, ( i mean most) i'm not gonna be fooled ok? :)
Seanus 15 | 19,741    
29 May 2010  #54
'Kocham Cię, Misieczku' is the most common :)

That's true, also between it's and its. Trzeba pomyśleć troche. I think a Polish girl likes to hear English from time to time. They learn it long enough.
skysoulmate 14 | 1,293    
  30 May 2010  #55
C3po - not sure if you speak any Polish at all (I do but at a preteen's level) but I think women (and men) like compliments even if what you say is not entirely correct in that language, sometimes not even close to being correct. ;)

A while back I saw this Japanese airport security agent and found her very attractive; especially her eyes which were simply mesmerizing, I'm not sure why I found her eyes so fascinating but they're light blue/brown and deep as an ocean. Anyways, I'd run into her several times and she always seemed to find an excuse to show us around and was just so very friendly so one day I figured I'd try my Japlish on her and said something like you have beautiful eyes, or so I thought. She giggled as apparently I said her head was beautiful. :) Oh well, she got a kick out of it and each time we get in she smiles at me and looks like she's hoping for more of my botched Japanese.

So translate your English compliments word by word if you want, often it's the effort that counts.
c3p0 1 | 10    
30 May 2010  #56
skysoulmate
you're so right, thanks for the advice :)
finally some guy who had taken this seriously.. and yes I am a teenager
Amathyst 19 | 2,704    
30 May 2010  #57
( i mean most) i'm not gonna be fooled ok? :)

Yeah right.

My advice is to say it in your own language...it always sounds sweeter when you are not mispronouncing it..
skysoulmate 14 | 1,293    
30 May 2010  #58
skysoulmate you're so right, thanks for the advice :)
finally some guy who had taken this seriously..

You're welcome. I think men and women are pretty similar in a way, we all want to feel very special and appreciated. So being nice, friendly and showing interest is never wrong.

Disclaimer - I don't really know crap about women or I wouldn't be divorced but that's my view.
CORRIE    
8 Jun 2010  #59
PLEASE COULD YOU TELL ME IN POLISH,THANK YOU FOR BEING MY WIFE AN HAVING A WONDERFULL DAUGHTER WITH ME,YOU HAVE MADE ME A HAPPY MAN,AND I CANT WAIT TO SEE YOU AGAIN.
Seanus 15 | 19,741    
8 Jun 2010  #60
Kiedy Cię poznałem, Kasiu, spełniłaś moją marzenie??? I think it's this but I'm having a bad Polish day :( The resident Poles will have a laugh, then correct it.



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