the words related to bodybuilding in other languages

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    Apr 18, 2009 1:57 PM GMT
    in turkish VÜCUTÇU or VÜCUT GELİŞTİRMECİ means bodybuilder. so if you make search with these words in google or youtube, you will see some good stuff.
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    Apr 19, 2009 10:15 PM GMT
    In German, the word for bodybuilder is "bodybuilder".
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    Apr 20, 2009 2:04 PM GMT
    In Malaysia (Malay Languange), bodybuilding is bina badan......bina for build, badan for body.
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    Apr 20, 2009 2:05 PM GMT
    zakariahzol saidIn Malaysia (Malay Languange), bodybuilding is bina badan......bina for build, badan for body.


    That's great alliteration! I want a bina badan beanie baby!
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    Apr 20, 2009 2:06 PM GMT
    zakariahzol saidIn Malaysia (Malay Languange), bodybuilding is bina badan......bina for build, badan for body.


    badan ! we use that word like vücut. they both means body.

    and bina means building in turkish.

    so bina badan means building body, right?

    vücut is coming from arabic to turkish. and maybe beden.too.

    you use bina and badan. malaysians are muslim so your language has lots of words from arabic like ours. icon_smile.gif
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    Apr 20, 2009 2:11 PM GMT
    Japanese: ボディービルダー
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    Apr 20, 2009 2:13 PM GMT
    SAHEM62896 saidJapanese: ボディービルダー
    can you write it with english letters, please.
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    Apr 20, 2009 3:21 PM GMT
    turk said
    SAHEM62896 saidJapanese: ボディービルダー
    can you write it with english letters, please.


    bodee birudah
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    Apr 20, 2009 3:28 PM GMT
    russian: culturist or slang: kachok (from verb kachatsja - to swing, indicating repetitive movement, or from nakachivat - to pump up)
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    Apr 20, 2009 3:39 PM GMT
    In spanish: MUSCULOCA (Meaning: A pansy with muslcles) ;)
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    Apr 20, 2009 3:53 PM GMT
    In finnish:
    Bodybuilder = Kehonrakentaja
    Bodybuilding = Kehonrakennus
    Liposuction = Rasvaimu icon_twisted.gif
    Muscle = Lihas
    Muscular= Lihaksikas
    Gym = Kuntosali
    Sauna = Sauna
    Massage = Hieronta
    Masseur = Hieroja
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    Apr 20, 2009 5:28 PM GMT
    dmostwanted saidIn spanish: MUSCULOCA (Meaning: A pansy with muslcles) ;)
    PANSY WİTH MUSCLES icon_cool.gif
  • zakariahzol

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    Apr 20, 2009 11:28 PM GMT
    Turk,

    For your information, Malaysia through out it history was influence by so many culture due to our location in the trade route between China and India,
    East and West. Most of earlier kingdom rise in this part of the world due to trade. We are also colonize by 4 nation (Potugal, Dutch, Britain and Japan). The northen part was part of Thailand until 1909. People from all over the world come here to trade, new religion introduce, intermarriage and itnrodution of other culture.

    Malay is actually a very simple languange, so we need to borrow a lot of other people languange in order to make us understand. You be surpise , so many other word from other language converted into Malay. From Chinese, Arabic (a lot here), Persian, Thai, Hindi, Portuguese , Javanese (Indonesia) and of course English.
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    Apr 21, 2009 5:28 AM GMT
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    Apr 22, 2009 1:27 AM GMT
    Here in Brazil... The word "Bodybuilding" is Fisioculturismo like the Spanish
    However in brazilian portuguese and here we are used to call (informal way) bodybuilders and crazy people about it as "Marombeiro" or the noun "Bombado" or "Malhado" , who are the tuneds hunks...the word means something like 'Bombs'. hehe.

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    Apr 22, 2009 2:46 PM GMT
    muskel means muscle in german.