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Saturday, January 7, 2012

Barrufets

Smurf names in different languages

France: Schtroumpf
Spain: Los Pitufos
Catalonia: Barrufet
Netherlands: De Smurfen
Belgium: De Smurfen or Les Schtroumpfs
Germany: Schlumpf
Italy: Puffo or Puffi
Portugal: Estrumpfe
Greece: Stroumfakia
Turkey: Pirinler
Finland: Smurffi
Sweden: Smurferna
Iceland: Strumpar
Denmark: Smolf
Norway: Smolf
Poland: Smerf
Hungary: Torpikek
Japan: Sumafu
China: Lan jing ling
Israel: Ha - Dardasim
Czechoslovakia: šmoulové (plural) or šmoula (singular)

5 comments:

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

That is interesting!

TheGirlwiththeSuitcase said...

ahaha I puffi!!!

Cezar and Léia said...

I think I like best "Los Pitufos", although in Brazil they were simply known as smurfs... And the mademoiselle smurf was called "smurfette". :)
God bless you!
Cezar

Lois said...

How nice of them to pose for you! Very cute.

anla said...

In Norway we smurf them Smurfene.

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