How to Say Dog in Different Languages

Dog in Different Languages: Dog is a species of family Canidae, the same group where wolf came from. The dog developed into more than 400 different races from the gray wolf. Human beings have been instrumental in creating dogs which meet specific social needs. Dog is subspecies of grey wolf. Dog is a terrestrial carnivore.

Dog is the first species to be globally bred for various behaviors, sensory capabilities and physical attributes over several years. Dogs have variations in size, color and shape. They are responsible for numerous human tasks, such as hunting herding, pulling packs, protection and support for the police and the army.  They are said to be a human ‘best friend’.

How to Say Dog in 88 Different Languages

Different LanguagesWord Dog
Albanianqen
Basquetxakur
Belarusianсабака
Bosnianpas
Bulgarianкуче
Catalangos
Croatianpas
CzechPes
Danishhund
Dutchhond
Estoniankoer
Finnishkoira
Frenchchien
Galiciancan
GermanHund
Greekσκύλος (skýlos)
Hungariankutya
IcelandicHundur
Irishmadra
Italiancane
Latviansuns
Lithuanianšuo
Macedonianкуче
Maltesekelb
Norwegianhund
Polishpies
Portuguesecachorro
Romaniancâine
Russianсобака (sobaka)
Serbianпас (pas)
Slovakpes
Slovenianpes
Spanishperro
Swedishhund
Ukrainianпес (pes)
Welshci
Yiddishהונט
Armenianշուն
Azerbaijaniit
Bengaliকুকুর
Chinese Simplified狗 (gǒu)
Chinese Traditional狗 (gǒu)
Georgianძაღლი
Gujaratiકૂતરો
Hindiकुत्ता
Hmongaub
Japanese
Kannadaನಾಯಿ
Kazakhит
Khmerសត្វឆ្កែ
Korean개 (gae)
Laoຫມາ
Malayalamനായ്
Marathiकुत्रा
Mongolianнохой
Myanmar (Burmese)ခှေး
Nepaliकुकुर
Sinhalaබල්ලා
Tajikсаг
Tamilநாய்
Teluguకుక్క
Thaiหมา
Turkishköpek
Urduکتا
Uzbekit
Vietnamesechó
Arabicالكلب (alkalb)
Hebrewכֶּלֶב
Persianسگ
Afrikaanshond
Chichewagalu
Hausakare
Igbonkịta
Sesothontja
Somalieyga
Swahilimbwa
Yorubaaja
Zuluinja
Cebuanoiro
Filipinoaso
Indonesiananjing
Javaneseasu
Malagasyalika
Malayanjing
Maorikuri
Esperantohundo
Haitian Creolechen
Latincanis

Dogs vary in sizes from 6.3 to the largest 106.7. Dogs are valued in different societies for different behaviors. Dogs have achieved a significant position in Western society through the characteristics of loyalty, friendship, protection and affection. The bond between humans and dogs has been of great importance for western civilization, but dogs are not held in the same regard in some developing nations and in many parts of Asia. Dogs are used in certain parts of the world as guardians or beasts or even as food, while dogs are guarded and valued throughout the United States and Europe.

All domestic dogs have some common features. They are active young mammals ⠀All females have mammary glands to feed their offspring. The early races had upright ears and pointed or tangled muzzles, comparable to the today typical northern breeds. The dental structures are typical to most Carnivores. Dogs walk on toes.

The association of human beings and dogs is not a recent phenomenon. In modern societies, however, the majority of dogs are owned as pets not due to their work. Several races, including model dogs, were specifically designed to be pets. All the different races and mixed races have unique characteristics and are attractive to the various people.

Dogs are the friendliest creatures and love you to an extent that they get jealous even when you pat another dog.

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