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Baby Talk Lexicon

Many of us wish somebody would make us talk like this...here's a bunch of words that every adult baby should have to use all the time. If you have any baby words that aren't on this list, please e-mail me or use the form below and I'll add them.

ba-ba
n. Bottle.
binkie
n. Pacifier.
blankie
n. Blanket.
bo-bo
n. Bear, usu. teddy bear
boo-boo
n.1. Mistake. 2. Injury.
bunny
n. Rabbit.
bye-bye
interj. Goodbye.
ca-ca
n. Feces.
chi-chi
n. Milk.
chip-chips
n. Potato chips.
da-da
n. Father.
daddy
n. Father.
din-din
n. Dinner.
doggie
n. Dog.
dolly
n. Doll.
duckie
n. Duck.
dydee (also didee)
n. Diaper.
fishy (also fishie)
n. Fish.
her
pron. 1. Her (first-person singular feminine objective-case pronoun).
2. She (first-person singular feminine nominative-case pronoun).
him
pron. 1. Him (first-person singular masculine objective-case pronoun).
2. He (first-person singular masculine nominative-case pronoun).
hims
adj. His (first-person singular masculine possessive adjective).
horsie
n. Horse.
keecat
n. Cat. [ < kitty + cat ]
keycars
n. Car keys.
kitty
n. Cat.
ma-ma
n. Mother.
mommy
n. Mother.
nana
n. 1. A nanny, nurse, or nursemaid. 2. Grandmother.
night-night
n. Sleep. interj. Good night.
nima
n. Mother.
nummy
adj. Delicious; good tasting.
owie
n. Injury. interj. Ouch!
panshoo
n. Shampoo.
panties
n. Pants.
pa-pa
n. Father.
pee-pee
n. 1. Urine. 2. Penis.
Idiom. go pee-pee
v. To urinate.
po-po
n. The posterior, derriere, buttocks.
poo-poo
n. Feces.
Idiom. go poo-poo
v. To defecate.
potty
n. Toilet.
puppy
n. 1. Dog. 2. (esp. small children) Any four-legged animal.
tato
n. Potato.
tee-tee
n. Urine.
tummy
n. 1. Abdomen. 2. Stomach.
tum-tum
n. 1. Abdomen. 2. Stomach.
tushie
n. 1. The posterior, derriere, buttocks. 2. The anus.
walkies
n. A walk.
Idiom. go walkies
v. To go for a walk.
wa-wa
n. Water.
wee-wee
n. Urine.

Baby talk in general

Added bonus: How to say "diaper" in different languages

Be a multicultural baby! Help out your fellow ABs when they travel! :) If you know how to say "diaper" in any language that's not here (or if you have corrections for what's here), let me know what the word is (along with the plural, please) by using the form below, and I'll add it on. Big thanks to everybody who's helped so far!

Chinese (Romanization):
niao-ku (in Chinese there is no difference in form between singular and plural)
Dutch:
luier (pl. luiers)
English (UK):
nappy (pl. nappies)
Finnish:
vaippa (pl. vaippoja)
French (Canada):
lange (pl. langes)
French (France):
couche (pl. couches)
German:
Windel (pl. Windeln)
Hebrew (Romanization):
chitul (pl. chitulim)
Italian:
panolino (pl. panolini)
Japanese (Romanization):
omutsu or oshime (in Japanese there is no difference in form between singular and plural)
Norwegian:
bleie (pl. bleier)
Spanish:
pañal (pl. pañales)
Portuguese:
Fralda (pl. fraldas)
Swedish:
blöja (pl. blöjor)