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[Things to Be Aware of When Speaking in Feline]
| Pronunciation of the feline language has distinct characteristics depending on the region and may differ slightly from the following information. This could be considered comparable to dialects in the human tongue.
In addition, since the number of elongated vowel sounds (indicated by the ~ character) are intimately related to a cat's personality and emotional state, there is quite a broad range of variation.
That being said, I have attempted to compile a list of the most common expressions.
Nyaaoo~n: You're absolutely right.
Nyaa~go: This way. (When guiding)
Nyaa~~o: This is it.
Nyayaa~: (An expression of delight)
Nyaya~~go: Hold up.
(When urging to be cautious)
Nyaa: These nails are bothering me.
Nya~~: I'm hungry.
Nyao~~n: (An expression of caution)
Nyaon: I'm tired.
Nyaon?: Who are you?
Nyao-n: Yes, that's right.
Nyao?: What's wrong?
Nya-o: So, we meet again...fleshy thing.
Nya-go: It's been a while. How have you been?
Nya~o: Yes, that's exactly right.
Fumyaaa: (A yawn)
Myaon?: What did you just say, o' hairless one?
(An expression of reproach)
Mya~uun: You are welcome, squishy pink thing.
Mya~u: I'm hungry. (Kitten talk)
Mya~~go: I'm sorry.