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Published: Fri, March 24, 2017
World | By Tasha Manning

Athi & Pi: How do you say "Cat" in different languages?


Afrikaans: Kat
Aimara: Phisi
German: Katze
Arabic: Kitt
Arabigo: Qit
Armenian Katu
Asturian: Gatu
Breton: Kazh
Bulgarian: Kotapak / Kotka
Cantonese: Maow
Catalan: Gat
Czech: Kocka
Chinese: Mio
Danish: Kat
Egyptian: Mau
Slovak: Kotsur | English: Cat
Esperanto: Kato
Eskimo: Pussi
Estonian: Kass
Euskera: Katu
Finnish: Kissa
French: Chat
Welsh: Cath
Galician: Cat
Greek: Ga'ta (γάτα)
Guaraní: Mbarakaja
Hawaiian: Popoki
Hebrew: Chatul
Hungarian: Macska
Indonesian: Kutjing
English: Cat > Irish: Cat
Italian: Gatto
Japanese: Neko
Jewish: Kats
Latin: Feles, Cattus
Lithuanian: Kate
Mapuche: Narki
Maya Yucateco: Mis < Nahuatl: Miston (Aztec language)
Dutch: Kat
Norwegian: Katt
Papiamento: Pushi
Persian: Pishi
Polish: Kot
Popoloca: Miston (Popoloca dialect in Tehuacan, Mexico)
Portuguese: Cat
Quechua: Mishi, Michi, Misi
Romanian: Negru
Rus

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Serbo-Croatian: Macka
Swahili: Paka
Swedish: Katt
Thai: Maa-oh
Turkish: Kedi
Vietnamese: Kon meo
Yiddish: Kats
Zapoteco: Mistú

Final in the series: Huron High senior Taimor Williams honored as 'Young Man of Promise' |
Photo by Jo Mathis If you had a 10-year-old brother, what advice would you give him? Never Give up. Fraternal twins Jadal and Taimor Williams are both Young Men of Promise this year.

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