Showing Affection to your Russian Boyfriend with Cute Pet Names
If you meet a Russia man for the first time he might seem a bit cold, reserved and untamable. However, after taking a closer look, you will see him as a man who is happy to be tamed with kind words.
Russian men love to be called pet names and will allow you to use your imagination to its full.
So let’s have a look at the sweet words and pet names that will melt your Russian boyfriend’s heart.
Kotyonok, Kotik – Male Kitten
I bet you are looking at this cutie pie and thinking – looks nothing like a Russian man. That’s their inside. On the outside they want everyone to see them as the Siberian tiger.
You can call him kotya which is short for kotyonok and kotik. He will like being called any of the three words. A cute pet name is the best form of affection.
Zaichik – Male Bunny
“Awww” comes out when you look at the picture. If you look at your Russian boyfriend with as much affection as you look at this cute bunny, he will do anything for you.
Malish – Baby, Toddler
We are very reluctant to grow up and take full responsibility for our actions and lives. We dwell on our happy carefree childhood when our parents looked after us.
By calling your Russian boyfriend Malish you will give him that moment of his happy childhood. Also Russian women say that men are big children.
Solntse, Solnishko – Endearing Form of the Sun
Sunny days bring us happiness and joy.
By calling your Russian boyfriend Solnishko (shorter version Solntse), you will show him that he makes you happy every day. It’s a very nice and endearing word to call your other half.
Dorogoi – Darling, Dear
The nicer you are to your Russian boyfriend the more chances that he will soon pop the question. Unless you don’t plan to get married, try to treat him as nicely as possible. Learning these cute words and addressing your other half with affection will help your relationship thrive. And finally, you will put on that beautiful wedding dress.
Lyubimiy – Darling, My Love
“I love you” is something that we all want to hear and of course, say it to someone that we hold dear. Lyubit is to love. So you can see now that the word Lyubimiy comes from the verb to love. Why not use words that will make your other half feel loved.
Moi horoshiy – My Good Boy
Tell him he is a good boy.
Well, what you are actually saying is my good-moi horoshyi, because there are genders in the Russian language so you don’t really need to add the word “boy”.
If he gives you flowers and buys nice gifts, why not thank him with a nice and endearing word.
Moi sladkiy – My Sweetness
I love sweets, you love sweets and everyone loves sweets and chocolate. A sweet person is good looking, cute and attractive. Let your Russian boyfriend know that this is what you think about him.
I hope the proposal is already on its way!!!
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