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  • cyanista

    законодательница мод
    NRW
    Belarusian/Russian
    Hello sdcp!

    You can easily find such things online, for example in Wikipedia.

    In Polish it is officially called atka, but commonly małpa (monkey) or małpka (little monkey).
    But let's wait if Polish natives come up with more pet names for it. :)
     

    Thomas1

    Senior Member
    polszczyzna warszawska
    Hello sdcp!

    You can easily find such things online, for example in Wikipedia.

    In Polish it is officially called atka, but commonly małpa (monkey) or małpka (little monkey).
    But let's wait if Polish natives come up with more pet names for it. :)
    I only use and came across małpa--it's what everyone uses. I never heard the other two names, I must admit. I could understand małpka but atka is like a diminutive from English at that sounds odd to me.:confused: Anyway, I prefer the old pet małpa--it sounds so funny along with some (nick)names. :) ;)

    Tom
     
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