Winnie the Pooh International Names

We have made a special page for the international names of Winnie the Pooh and his friends. Winnie the Pooh has been translated into more than 50 different languages, including Afrikaans, Esperanto and Yiddish. The most successful translation and unexpected hit is the Latin version, Winnie Ille Pu (1958)

 Winnie the PoohPiglet
DanishPeter PlysGrisling
DutchWinnie de PoehKnorretje
GermanPu der BärFerke
FinnishNalle PuhNasu
FrenchWinnie l’OursonPorcinet
HungarianMicimackóMalacka
ItalianWinnie-the-PoohPimpi
NorwegianOle BrummNasse Nøff
PolishKubus PuchatekProsiaczka
PortugueseUrsinho PuffLeitäo
SpanishWinnie the PoohWinnie the Pooh
SwedishNalle PuhNasse
Winnie the Pooh & friends
 TiggerEeyoor
DanishTigerdyretÆsel
DutchTeigetjeIejoor
GermanTigerI-Ah
FinnishTikruIhaa
FrenchTigrouBourriquet
HungarianTigrisFüles
ItalianTigroIh-Oh
NorwegianTigerguttTussi
PolishTygryskaTygryska
PortugueseTigräoBisonho
SpanishTiggerÍgor
SwedishTigerI-or
Winnie the Pooh & Piglet
 Christopher RobinKanga + Roo
DanishChristopher RobinKængu og Kængubarnet
DutchJanneman RobinsonKanga + Roe
GermanChristopher RobinKänga + Klein-Ruh
FinnishRisto ReipasKengu + Ruu
FrenchJean-ChristopheGrand Gourou + Petit Gourou
HungarianRóbert GidaKanga + Zsebibaba
ItalianKanga + Rho
NorwegianKristoffer RobinKengu + Kengubarnet
PolishKrzysKangurzyca + Malenstwo
PortugueseCristóväo? + Guru
SpanishChristopher RobinCangu + Rito
SwedishChristoffer RobinKängu + Ru
Winnie the Pooh & friends
 RabbitOwl
Danish
DutchKonijnUil
GermanOile
FinnishKaniPöllö
FrenchCoco LapinMaître Hibou
HungarianNyusziBagoly
Italian
NorwegianPetter SprettUgla
PolishKrólikSowa
PortugueseAbelCorujäo
Spanish
SwedishKaninUggla