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Monday, May 26, 2014

How do you say "bear" in Haitian Creole? As in, "teddy bear?" Or the animal in general? I want to say, "My Haitian Bear," "My Island Bear," etc...as terms of endearment. Mesi.

Teddy bear – nounous, ti nounous
A teddy bear – yon nounous

A bear (animal) – lous


Terms of endearment: chouchou, cheri, toutou, koukout, cheri koukout, etc….

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