How to call your wife something sweet in Polish!

Are you one of the lucky ones who have a Polish partner?

The Polish language holds many fun secrets for your partner!

Polish Supermodel Joanna Krupa

Polish Supermodel Joanna Krupa

Let’s face the facts. Polish women are beautiful. There’s a reason why people around the world have voted Joanna Krupa as the world’s sexiest woman. Readers from GQ, Esquire, Maxim, FHM, Inside Sports, Men’s Fitness and more have seen her on the covers over the years and she was even Maxim’s Model of the Year (2004) and TV Media (2005) and there’s a reason too. Not only are they beautiful, but for example: The Polish-born US resident Krupa is fluent in both English and her native Polish and spends her free time actively helping PETA and others.

Joanna Krupa Maxima Cover in France

Joanna Krupa Maxima Cover in France

“I live a normal life where family and love comes first. The minute I leave a set, I go back to my regular life and simply enjoy a night at home with my sweetheart and dogs, and if we go out, it’s just with a few good friends,” Krupa says. “I watch the circus, but don’t join it. People expect a busy model to be on every party and to indulge in crazy behavior, drugs and multiple lovers – I represent the opposite of that.”

If you’re lucky enough to have a partner who hails from Poland or has Polish heritage then read on and get ready to knock her socks off (and not only)!

Here’s our list of popular Polish pet names that you can call your wife or partner! And yes, the translations may sound funny in English, but they’re definitely used! :) (Please note – these are specifically designed for women…You’ll have to have your partner tell you what she wants for the men’s pet names!)

  1. Kochanie  [ko-han-ya]  - Darling
  2. Zabka [Zh-ahb-ka] – Little Froggy
  3. Misiu [Mee-shoe] – Little Bear
  4. Skarbie [scarb-yeah] – Treasure
  5. Sloneczko [Swone-ech-ko] – Little Sunshine
  6. Serduszko [Sare-dush-ko] – My Little Heart
  7. Kotku [Coat-ku] – Kitty Cat
  8. Myszko [Mish-ko] – Little Mouse

    Joanna Krupa in Maxim France

    Joanna Krupa in Maxim France

  9. Rybko [rib-ko] – Little Fish
  10. Paczusiu [paunch-uu-shoe] – Little Doughnut
  11. Swinko [shf-een-ko] – Little Pig
  12. Robaczku [ro-batch-ku] – Little Bug
  13. Zabciu [zhab-chew] – Little, Little Frog
  14. Hipciu [hip-chew] – Little Hippo
  15. Krowko [krewf-ko] – Little Cow
  16. Kurczaczku [kur-chach-chew] – Little Chicken
  17. Kuleczko [kew-lech-koo] – Little Ball
  18. Babelku [Bomb-el-ko] – Little Bubble
  19. Zonko [Zhone-ka] – Little Wifey
  20. Kobietko [Ko-byet-ko] – Little Woman
  21. Niuniu [Nyew-nyew] – Sweety
  22. Malutka [mal-oot-ka] – Little One
  23. Malenstwo [mal-en-stfo] – Little One (part 2)
  24. Ptaszku [ptash-ku] – Birdy
  25. Kruszynko [krew-shin-ko] – Crumble-bee
  26. Aniolku [ann-yowl-ku] – Little Angel

    Joanna Krupa - The Sexiest Swimsuit Model in the World

    Joanna Krupa - The Sexiest Swimsuit Model in the World

  27. Kaczuszko [ka-choosh-ko] – Little Ducky
  28. Kroliczku [cruel-eech-ku] – Little Bunny-Honey
  29. Slicznotko [sleech-note-ko] – Little Honey
  30. Ksiezniczko [kshiazh-neech-ko] – Princess
  31. Truskaweczko [True-skaf-etch-ko] – Little Strawberry
  32. Perelko [Pear-el-ko] – Little Pearl

As with all Pet Names – your partner might like one more than another … and just double check with her before calling her something which she might not like as much as the others. ;) Personal taste, of course, is what sets you and your partner apart from the rest! Besides, if you start pushing her buttons, she might just decide to call you… Fajfusie [figh-foo-she] – Little “You-Know-What”

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