Dog and Puppy in Different Languages

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  • Do you want to know what the word for dog and puppy is in different languages? We cover an extensive list of countries and how they spell dog and puppy.

    Language

    Dog

    Puppy

    Afrikaans Hond Hondjie
    Albanian Qen Qenush
    Amharic Wisha Buchila
    Arabic Kalb Juru
    Armenian Shun K’vot’vot’
    Azerbaijani It Puppy
    Bangla Kukura Kukurachānā
    Basque Txakurra Txakurkume
    Belarusian Sabaka Ščaniuk
    Bosnian Pas Štene
    Bulgarian Kuche Kuchentse
    Burmese Birmanski Hkwaykalayy
    Catalan Dog Cadell
    Cebuano Iro Itoy
    Chinese (simplified) Gǒu Xiǎo gǒu
    Chinese (traditional) Gǒu Xiǎo gǒu
    Corsican Cane Cucciolo
    Croatian Pas Štene
    Czech Pes Štěně
    Danish Hund Hundehvalp
    Dutch Hond Puppy
    Esperanto Hundo Hundido
    Estonian Koer Kutsikas
    Filipino Aso Tuta
    Finnish Koira Pentu
    French Chienne (feminine), chien
    (masculine)
    Chiot
    Galician Chan Cachorro
    Georgian Dzaghli Lek’vi
    German Hund Welpe
    Greek Skýlos Koutávi
    Gujarati Kūtarō Kurakuriyuṁ
    Haitian Creole Chen Chyo
    Hausa Kare Kwikwiyo
    Hawaiian ʻIlio ʻIlio
    Hindi Kutta Kutte ka pilla
    Hmong Aub Puppy
    Hungarian Kutya Kölyökkutya
    Icelandic Hundur Hvolpur
    Igbo Nkịta Nwa nkita
    Indonesian Anjing Anak anjing
    Irish Madra Madrín
    Italian Cagna (feminine), cane
    (masculine)
    Cucciola (feminine), cucciolo
    (masculine)
    Japanese Inu Koinu
    Javanese Asu Kirik
    Kannada Nāyi Nāyimari
    Kazakh Ït Küşik
    Khmer Chhke Kaunochhke
    Kinyarwanda Imbwa Ibibwana
    Korean Gae Gang-aji
    Kurdish Seh Cewr
    Latin Canis Puppy
    Latvian Suns Kucēns
    Lithuanian Šuo Šuniukas
    Luxembourgish Hond Welpen
    Macedonian Kuče Kučence
    Malagasy Amboa Alika
    Malay Anjing Anak anjing
    Malayalam Nāya Nāykkuṭṭi
    Maltese Kelb Ġeru
    Māori Kuri Kurī
    Marathi Kutrā Pillū
    Mongolian Nokhoi Gölög
    Nepali Kukura Kukura
    Norwegian Hund Valp
    Nyanja Galu Mwana wagalu
    Polish Pies Szczeniak
    Portuguese Cadela (feminine), cachorro
    (masculine)
    Cachorra (feminine), cachorro
    (masculine)
    Punjabi Kutā Katūrē
    Romanian Câine Catelus
    Russian Sobaka Shchenok
    Samoan Maile Tamai maile
    Serbian Pas Puppi
    Sinhala Ballā Balu pæṭiyā
    Slovak Pes Šteniatko
    Slovenian Pes Kuža
    Spanish Perra (feminine), perro
    (masculine)
    Perrita (feminine), perrito
    (masculine)
    Sudanese Anjing Anak anjing
    Swahili Mbwa Mbwa wa mbwa
    Swedish Hund Valp
    Tamil Nāy Nāykkuṭṭi
    Telugu Kukka Kukkapilla
    Thai S̄unạk̄h Lūk s̄unạk̄h
    Turkish Köpek Köpek yavrusu
    Ukranian Pes Shchenya
    Uzbec It Kuchukcha
    Vietnamese Chú chó Cún yêu
    Welsh Ci Ci bach
    Xhosa Injana Injana
    Yiddish Hunt Hintele
    Yoruba Aja Puppy
    Zulu Inja Umdlwane

     

    Author

    • Julia Wilson is the founder of Cat-World, and has researched and written over 1,000 articles about cats. She is a cat expert with over 20 years of experience writing about a wide range of cat topics, with a special interest in cat health, welfare and preventative care. Julia lives in Sydney with her family, four cats and two dogs. Full author bio