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German Words of Love - Part 2
The “Darling” Glossary: German-English

The Many Ways to Say “Darling” or “Sweetheart” in German

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  German Words of Love
  German Valentine's Day
  German Valentine Cards

In Part 1 we discussed how “Schatzi” beats “Mausi” and the pet names (Kosenamen) that Germans use. This special glossary looks at the English meanings of those words.

The "Darling" Glossary
A German-English Sweetheart Phrasebook
Darling, Honey, Sweetheart, Sweetie, etc.
Literal English Translations
Deutsch English
Bärchen little bear
Biene bee
Engel angel
Gummibärchen Gummy Bear
Hasi bunny
Honigbienchen little honey-bee
Knuddel cuddles
Kuschelbär cuddle/huggy bear
Liebling beloved, darling
Mausi little mouse
Prinzessin princess
Schatz treasure
Schatzi/Schätzchen little treasure
Schneckchen little snail
Schnuckelchen cutey (pie), little cutey
Schnuckiputzi cutey-pie
Spatzi little sparrow
Süße/Süßer sweetie (fem./masc.)
Tiger tiger
Zaubermaus enchanted/magic mouse
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