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#0 How to say lucky cat in your language Sat 04 Aug 12 11:39:38
kaisha
Zielona Góra
Poland
  Hey!

  Could You help me to translate 'lucky cat' to Your languages?

  Thanks:)
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#1 How to say lucky cat in your language Sat 04 Aug 12 11:56:19
aftercrash
82110 Germering
Germany
ΤΥΧΕΡΗ ΓΑΤΑ ..in greek (Tiheri Gata) the "i" is pronounced as in
"lick" or "Nick" ..the accent on "tiheri" is on the last "i" ..as for "gata"
it's on the first "a"
And a "ΤΥΧΕΡΟΣ ΓΑΤΟΣ" would be a lucky male cat !! (Tiheros
Gatos)..

meow
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#2 How to say lucky cat in your language Sat 04 Aug 12 12:26:48
kaisha
Zielona Góra
Poland
 
  Thank You Aftercrash for fast answer, tiheri sounds nice in greek:)
Greatings! Kasia
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#3 How to say lucky cat in your language Thu 30 Aug 12 18:05:59
gartenfreund
Fürth
Germany
In German this would be: GLÜCKLICHE KATZE ("glükliche - ü doesn't exist in
English - in French you find the sound in "sur"; with ch it is similar - you
might replace it by k unless you know Spanish "tijuana"; "katse")
or, with a male: GLÜCKLICHER KATER ("kater" with a long a like in "bath")

Miau ´- that's German for "meaow" ;-)
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#4 How to say lucky cat in your language Mon 03 Sep 12 18:52:11
matneo
LJUBLJANA
Slovenia
in Slovenian, SREČNA MAČKA, letter Č sounds the same as "ch" in the word
chocolate
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#5 How to say lucky cat in your language Wed 05 Sep 12 23:52:40
szyna
Wągrowiec
Poland
in Polish: szczęśliwy kot, it's so hard to explain the pronunciation, try to
use translate.google.com 
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#6 How to say lucky cat in your language Fri 14 Sep 12 18:17:34
munichtiger1963
München
Germany
Do you mean that the cat was just lucky, than it is a glückliche Katze (the
right translation from English into German would be then happy cat). A lucky cat
means in Gernan, ein Katze die Glück hat. In German it is also Glückskatze.
(which is also a tricoloured cat or the japanese
maneko-neko). In German it is ambivalent.
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