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2018-03-23 20:33:39
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"Mickey Mouse" in English is Mĭlăoshŭ (米老鼠) in Chinese and Topolino in Italian.
In Italy the character known as Mickey Mouse is styled Topolino- capitalized. Literally this means Little Mouse, do not confuse with Topo Gigio- little Luigi ( Louis) Mouse, the Ed Sullivan puppet character. I have no idea of the Chinese equivalent. in German a simple adaptation to Teutonic usage- and we have Micky-Maus.

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