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Translating Warrior Names to Spanish then Back Again! By Rubyshine

Rubyshine translates some names and back again.

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[Leafpool looks down at a trail of stars with the Warriors logo above her]

Hey! It’s Rubyshine! For today, I am going to be translating Warrior names to Spanish then back again, so this should be fun!

1. Brightheart
Spanish: Corazón brillante
Meaning: Shiny Heart
Explanation: So, this one makes some sense. Bright and Shiny mean almost the same thing.

2. Onewhisker
Spanish: Un bigote
Meaning: A mustache
Explanation: Okaayyy…this one is weird. I thought it would be ‘One Whisker’ (Because Bluefur was blue fur, tigerclaw was tiger claw, cloudtail was cloud tail, and graystripe was gray stripe), but now I’m really surprised. This one is actually really funny.

3. Lionblaze
Spanish: Resplandor del león
Meaning: Lion glow
Explanation: This is like the Brightheart/Shiny heart kind of thing. Blaze and Glow mean almost the same thing, so it would make sense that when it gets translated back the words got switched.

4. Jayfeather
Spanish: Pluma de Urraca
Meaning: Magpie Feather
Explanation: So…magpies and jays are similar, but not enough to confuse them together. I guess the word Jay and Magpie share a word. Huh.

5. Featherwhisker
Spanish: Bigotes de plumas
Meaning: Feather Mustaches
Explanation: So, I guess the word ‘whisker’ means ‘mustache’. That is…weird. I wonder what Featherwhisker thinks of her new name.

6. Briarlight
Spanish: Luz de brezo
Meaning: Heather Light
Explanation: Briar and Heather are not the same thing….or even close. I don’t know why they share a word. It doesn’t even make sense.

7. Mistyfoot
Spanish: Pies Nublados
Meaning: Cloudy Feet
Explanation: ….Huh. I guess the word ‘Misty’ and ‘Cloudy’ are kind of similar, and ‘foot’ and ‘feet’ are the same thing. So I guess this one isn’t too weird.

8. Russetfur
Spanish: Piel rojiza
Meaning: Reddish Skin
Explanation: Finally, a funny one! This one really makes me crack up, because those two words put together would make a really funny warrior name. And also, who would name their kit ‘Reddishkit’?

9. Tawnypelt
Spanish: Cárabo
Meaning: Owl
Explanation: ….??? What. Does. Tawny. Pelt. Have. To. Do. With. An. Owl….? This one just leaves me scratching my head, because WHAT ON EARTH?!

Anyway, thanks for reading! I hope you enjoyed as much as I did! I might do a part 2, so look out for that! Please no comments! Rubyshine out!

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