The word CAT in many languages

LanguageWord
Alabama (Muskogee in Louisiana)kati
Aragonesemixín
Arapahoboisso
Azerbaijanpishik
Belaruskot
Bengali (Bangladesh)biRAI
Bisaya (Philippines)iring
Bretonkaz, kazh
Bulgariankotka
Catalangat
Cherokee (Tsalagi)we-sa
Cheyennepoeso
Chichewa (Malawi)mphaka
Cornishkat
Czechkocka
Danishkat, katte
Dutchkat, katje
Englishcat, kitty
Esperantokato
Estoniankass
Euskera (Basque)katu
Finnishkissa
Frenchchat
Germankatz
Ga (Ghana)alonte
Gaulishcatta
Gilbertese (Kiribati)katama
Greekgatos
Guaranimbarakaja
Hakkamiao
Hawaiianpopoki
Hindibilli
Hmongmiv
Hungarianmacska
Ilocanokuting
Indonesiankucing
Irishcat
Italiangatto
Japaneseneko
Kamilaroi (Gamilaraay) (Australia)burrgan
Khowar (Pakistan)pushi
Kreyol (Haitian Creole)chat
KumeyaayYah-Mee
Lakhota (Sioux)ig mu<
Latinfelis
Latviakaíis
Malteseqattus
Mandarinmao
Manxkayt
Maoripoti
Marathi (India)maa-N-jxar
Mennonite Low German (Plautdietsch)kaut
Muskogee (Creek) (Seminole)puishi
Navajomoasi
Norfolk (Pacific island)keht
Norwegiankatt
Occitancat
Pakanh (Australian)'opocha
Pashtopisho
Polishkot
Port Moresby Pidginpusi
Portuguesegato
Potowatamikazho, mayos
Romanymac´ka
Russiankot
SanskritbiDAla
Scots Gaeliccat
Serbianmacka
Spanishgato
Sûdovian (Yotvingian) (Tibet)katâ
Swahilipaka
Swedishkatt
Tagalogpusa
Taiwaneseniao
Tamilelippakai
Turkmen (Turkmenistan)pishik
Twi (Ghana)agramoha, okra
Ukrainiankit
Ulwa (Nicaragua)mîstu
Urdu (Pakistan)billi
Uw Olkola (Australian)odhog
Uw Oykangand (Australian)othok
Welshcath
Wolof (Senegal)muss
Xhosaikati

Note: sometimes special symbols used (see Lakhota), or accent marks, otherwise Latin alphabet.


This list first posted by John Bagwell (Copyright © 1999-2014) June 30, 1999 on his Earthlink web page.
Version January 9, 2014. (85 languages or dialects!)