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I've got 3 kitties: Tika, Ziva, and now Plikki. My daughter named them. Ziva and Tika were originally named Nutsy and Trigger by the original people who had them. Once I adopted them, I changed the names.

No idea what Plikki's name was before we found him as a stray.

Of course, they also have nicknames

Tika = Ketty Ketterton

Ziva = The Patchy Cat (or sometimes Nutsy, just for old time's sake)

Plikki = Toothless (he looks just like dragon from "How to Train Your Dragon).

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2 minutes ago, Soarsie18 said:

Twtwylltrwydd twtlyd twti twt twt , miss twt, twtigofwylltrwydd, all welsh names that we call my cat ‘twts’. Twt meaning small and cute, wylltrwydd meaning wild and crazy. 

I don’t expect anyone to understand what I just typed there 😅

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5 hours ago, Soarsie18 said:

I don’t expect anyone to understand what I just typed there 😅

Understand, no - I can read it, though lol. Wanted to learn some Cymraeg, so I got a few lessons 😄
 

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1 hour ago, APFSDS said:

Understand, no - I can read it, though lol. Wanted to learn some Cymraeg, so I got a few lessons 😄
 

No way that’s absolutely fab, siwd Mae’ .. ‘dwy’n hoffi coffi’ ?

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24 minutes ago, Soarsie18 said:

No way that’s absolutely fab, siwd Mae’ .. ‘dwy’n hoffi coffi’ ?

Hah, "dwy'n hoffi coffi" is a classic 😄 it's in every phrase book!
Even though I'm pessimistic as heck, I keep saying "popeth yn iawn" for comfort 😅

 

Anyhow. We used to have a dog, his name was Kutcha - basically Uralic for "doggie"... incidentally Russian for "heap" ... don't ask why.

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6 minutes ago, APFSDS said:

Hah, "dwy'n hoffi coffi" is a classic 😄 it's in every phrase book!
Even though I'm pessimistic as heck, I keep saying "popeth yn iawn" for comfort 😅

 

Anyhow. We used to have a dog, his name was Kutcha - basically Uralic for "doggie"... incidentally Russian for "heap" ... don't ask why.

Here’s another one, bendigedig - fantastic, love foreign names that no one understands

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