Sunday, August 7, 2011

Long List of Various Terms of Endearment


For all romantics out there, here's a long list of various terms of endearment which I found at http://www.yaelf .com. The "M/F" in the list below stands for Male/Female, pertaining as to who can use the terms.

You don't have to use any of these terms of endearment. You can be creative and use terms you coin yourself. A more personalized and unique term of endearment is sweeter to the ears and definitely helps in creating a special connection between you and your partner. 

Terms
amorosoM- - - -
angel-faceF- - - -
angel-pussF- - - -
angelF- - - -
apricotB- - - -
babeF- - - -
baby-cakesF- - - -
baby-dollF- - - -
baby-faceB- - - -
baby-girlF- - - -
babyB- - - -
babykinsF- - - -
beard-splitterMCaution
beauM- - - -
beautitfulB- - - -
best-girlF- - - -
big-boyM- - - -
big-daddy-yum-yumM- - - -
big-loveM- - - -
birdF- - - -
blossomF- - - -
booB- - - -
boyfriendM- - - -
bubbyM- - - -
bugsyB- - - -
bumpkinM- - - -
bunnyF- - - -
buttercupF- - - -
buttonF- - - -
caballeroM- - - -
casanovaM- - - -
cavalierM- - - -
centerfoldF- - - -
charlatanM- - - -
charmingM- - - -
cherubB- - - -
chickF- - - -
chickabiddyF- - - -
clam-diggerMCaution, explicitly suggestive
cloth-earsM- - - -
cocksmanMCaution, explicity suggestive
con-JuanM- - - -
cowboyM- - - -
crumpetF- - - -
cuddle-bearM- - - -
cuddlesB- - - -
cuddly-wuddlyB- - - -
cupcakeF- - - -
cute-chickF- - - -
cutesy-pieF- - - -
cutie-patootieM- - - -
cutie-pieB- - - -
cutieB- - - -
daddy-mackM- - - -
daddyM- - - -
dahlinB- - - -
darlingB- - - -
dazzlerB- - - -
dear-oneB- - - -
dearB- - - -
dearieB- - - -
dearyB- - - -
dishF- - - -
doll-babyB- - - -
doll-faceF- - - -
dollF- - - -
dolly-boyM- - - -
doodle-bugB- - - -
dream-girlF- - - -
dreamB- - - -
dreamboatB- - - -
duchessF- - - -
duckF- - - -
ducklingF- - - -
ducksB- - - -
duckyB- - - -
dumplingB- - - -
esquireM- - - -
fellowM- - - -
fetcherB- - - -
flameB- - - -
fruitcakeBCaution
gallantM- - - -
girlF- - - -
girlfriendF- - - -
glitter-bugB- - - -
goodlookerB- - - -
gorgeousB- - - -
gum-dropB- - - -
heartB- - - -
heartthrobB- - - -
honB- - - -
honey-bunB- - - -
honey-bunchB- - - -
honey-bunnyB- - - -
honey-pieB- - - -
honey-toastB- - - -
honeyB- - - -
hot-stuffB- - - -
hottieF- - - -
hunkM- - - -
inamoratoM- - - -
kittenFCaution
knight-in-shining-armorM- - - -
knockoutB- - - -
kool-aidM- - - -
ladies-manM- - - -
lady-bugF- - - -
lady-killerM- - - -
lady-loveF- - - -
lambB- - - -
lambey-pieB- - - -
lambkinB- - - -
little-diddleMCaution
little-doveF- - - -
lookerB- - - -
lotharioM- - - -
love-bugB- - - -
love-makerB- - - -
love-muffinF- - - -
loveB- - - -
lover-boyM- - - -
loverB- - - -
lovey-doveyB- - - -
magic-princessF- - - -
main-squeezeF- - - -
manM- - - -
muffinF- - - -
mugglesB- - - -
munchkinB- - - -
muppetB- - - -
old-ladyFCaution
old-manMCaution
patootieB- - - -
peachB- - - -
peachesB- - - -
petB- - - -
petalF- - - -
petkinsB- - - -
pinup-girlF- - - -
pinupB- - - -
pookieB- - - -
poopsy-woopsyB- - - -
poopsyF- - - -
poppetF- - - -
preciousB- - - -
prince-charmingM- - - -
princeM- - - -
princessF- - - -
puddin'B- - - -
puddlepooperB- - - -
pumpkinB- - - -
pussy-cakesFCaution
pussy-catF- - - -
rag-beggarBCaution
raving-beautyF- - - -
romeoM- - - -
rumpy-diddleMCaution
schatziF- - - -
schnooky lumpsM- - - -
seducerM- - - -
sex-kittenFCaution
shabookadookB- - - -
sheikM- - - -
shmoopsie-pooMCaution
shnoodle-bumB- - - -
slick-chickF- - - -
snicker-doodleB- - - -
snookumsB- - - -
snookyB- - - -
snuggle-bearM- - - -
snuggle-bunnyB- - - -
snugglesB- - - -
sparklesF- - - -
sparkyM- - - -
spunkieM- - - -
squidgyF- - - -
squireM- - - -
star-sweeperM- - - -
studM- - - -
studley-do-rightM- - - -
stunnerF- - - -
sugar-boogerB- - - -
sugar-britchesF- - - -
sugar-bunB- - - -
sugar-daddyM- - - -
sugar-lipsF- - - -
sugar-smacksF- - - -
sugarB- - - -
sunshineB- - - -
sweet-cheeksF- - - -
sweet-heartB- - - -
sweet-peaB- - - -
sweet-thingB- - - -
sweetie-pieB- - - -
sweetieB- - - -
sweetkinsB- - - -
sweetsB- - - -
teddyM- - - -
tenF- - - -
tootlesB- - - -
tootsie-pieF- - - -
tootsie-wootsyF- - - -
tootsieF- - - -
twinklesF- - - -
winky-dinkM- - - -
womanF- - - -
young-man                    

60 comments:

  1. hahahah.. ang cute naman ng mga terms..

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  2. I would put "caution" after 'woman' too

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  3. Gollum (Lord of the Rings) has ruined precious as a term of endearment for me

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    1. I am overjoyed by the fact it isn't just me :)

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    2. Lol. OMG. My youngest daughter was dubbed precious as a baby but now that shes 18, her ring tone is Smeagols "my precious" tone! Scares me every time she calls.

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    3. OMG, i feel the same way. My youngest daughter was dubbed precious as a baby but now I have her ring tone as the lord of the Ring precious in Smeagols voice! Scares me every time that she calls. Lolol

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  4. Why is kitten a caution word?

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    1. I wondered bout that too.....i love that term

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    2. That was my question

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    3. Kitten is a common term of endearment many submissive girls are referred to in a dom/sub relationship, ergo why one might be cautious in using that term

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    4. Is that really how you talk? Lyk ds? Go back to school.

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    5. Did anybody get any of this? Not trying to start something, but does it really kill people to take the extra tenth of a second to type all the letters in a word?

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    6. Does anybody understand what this guy said above me?

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    7. Ugh Em. ..I might be able to help here.
      [Because a kitten is a pussy cat (pussy aka vagina) and that might imply that you think of her in terms of sex. Also, kitten could imply that she loves attention and being close (too needy). You know your gal, so use your own judgment]


      Tee hee you're welcome... now stop being lazy and learn to speak corectly.

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    8. He's a stenographer! Short hand!!

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    9. The reason there's a caution ⚠ for kitten 🐱 is that the writer does not want you to take it upon yourself to call your female boss kitten! Or any female of authority that may find it degrading or insulting.

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  5. Hey try "Sandalmoon" - saila_rao@yahoo.com

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    1. I love this term. I never use it though. I might have to start soon. πŸ˜†

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  7. any other terms:-P

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  8. Shmoopsie-poo wtf if i used that she would think i was crazy as hell!!!!

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  9. My daddy always calls me "kitten." It ain't explicit at all.

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    1. It depends on its usage. You are not his boss but if you were, then kitten would be 100% inappropriate.

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    2. Who calls their boss any term of endearment? Pretty sure nothing on this list is appropriate to call a boss/supervisor.

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  10. Sug(shh-oog), its short for sugar.

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  11. heffalumpylump <3 :)

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  12. Ugh where was this when I needed it! So many good names!!!

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  13. I call my girlfriend "kitten" because she's as cute as a kitten. She's very adorable, she's very cuddly and she always wears cat-eye eyeliner! So "kitten" /can/ imply a "kinky" thing, yet, it can also be a term of endearment, in my case, that just means that the girl is as cute as a kitten.

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  14. I think they all shud be combined ta form one long endering name

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  15. They have WiFi in front of the Quickstop?

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  16. They have WiFi by the Quickstop?

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  17. toots, sweet pea, sugar plum, apple dumpling,

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  18. Lol, I'd be pretty pissed off if my girlfriend called me a charlatan

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  19. Can't babe be used for male and female?

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  20. Can't babe be used for both male and female?

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  21. Smeegle / Golum, "Come to me, my Precious"

    That is just classic

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  22. Puddin!Omg thts wht Harley Quinn calls Joker!❤♥it's so cute😜

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  23. schatzi is a unisex nickname. It's a term of endearment for treasure or honey in German

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  24. Cupcake is unisex tbh. I call my bae that all the time and we're both married guys! ��

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  25. Is it reasonable if I strictly disallow my boyfriend calling me an endearment that he already used with his ex girlfriend?

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