maybe it will help me with my other thing,learning a 2nd/3rd/multiple language 4 years ago
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I was given a name by a young boy when I travelled through Thailand. He called me Thep Tidar (prounounced tep-tea-dah), which is a Thai diety, like the daughter of an angel. I introduced myself as Thep Tidar when I traveled in S.E. Asia, but the name faded away when that chapter of my life came to a close. 6 years ago
it started from a nickname the my griend gave me… Shuu…
which means in japanesse the same thing me real name means..
and the in turned to the nickname “Shoe”
coz that’s what i am 7 years ago
I guess this is a common phrase in spanish. It means “What’s going on, pumpkin?” My spanish teacher said that to me once, and I thought it was so cool.
And if that doesn’t count, my “spanish name” in class is Lupita… because Keegan isn’t exactly hispanic. 8 years ago
was the name given to me when I first arrived in China. Even though it isn’t a traditional Chinese name, people still insist on calling me this. 8 years ago
On a tv show last week, I heard a mother call a small child a very sweet nickname. She said it was a common nickname in her country for children. I thought it translated into English as “little mouse” but I don’t remember the nickname, or the language. Anyone out there know? 8 years ago