Tell me, how do you call a loved one guy / girl? :)
My top most popular affectionate nickname (from the survey of friends and acquaintances):
Favorite / favorite. It is the most popular answer. Quite predictable ... but it's nice :)
The kitten / kitty / cat / kitty / cat. The second most popular. We must pay tribute to cats :)
Sun / sun. The third place.
Baby / baby / toddler / baby. Often I hear when love each other so called. Especially fun when the proverbial "kid", weighing 135kg, and the "baby" is no longer half of the teeth :)
Bunny / Zaya / Hare / zaechka / Zaychusha. A common theme ...
Lapulya / Sugar / Lapunov / lapusik.
Dear / dear. All predictably.
Lovely / cute / cutie / my dear.
Princess / Prince / queen / king. There are still the royal person in Russia ...
Tiger / Tiger.
Beauty / handsome / pretty. Also quite common ...
Musik / Musya.
My joy. That is something pooriginalnee.3
Sweet / Honey / sweet / sweet.
Native / Native / rodnenky. Nowadays increasingly rare ...
Doll / doll.
Bobblehead / pupsik / toddler. Association with babies :)
Angel / angelok / angel.
Bear. That's really really funny :)
Bee / buzzing. Originally :)
Nipper. Not difficult to guess where it went ...
Hedgehog / ezhonok.
Pusechka. Cool ...
Fox / fox / lisonka / lisenysh / lisena. More suited to red.
Fuzzy. Over affectionately ...
Telepuz. Funny ...
Imp. Unusually ...
My life. With a deep sense ...
Toffee / caramel. Sweet theme ...
Mouse. Even I will not comment.
Ass / priest / ass.
Marmyshka / monkey / ape. That seems to be such distant ancestors, and we can not forget everything about his past :)
Tusik / dinghy.
Stinky. Hmm ... well, I do not know, I guess it all depends on with what intonation to say ...
Goat / roebuck / goat / kozunya