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How Do You Say Honey In Spanish?

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Monica Stott answered
  • How to say 'Honey' in Spanish
'Honey' in Spanish is 'Miel'

Honey can be used to either name the sweet substance produced by bees or it can be used as a pet name, usually for females. This is an affectionate name such as 'love' or 'darling'.

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Ellie Hoe answered
If you're talking about the honey that is eaten, the Spanish word for it is 'miel'. If, on the other hand, you mean 'honey' that is used to express endearment, the Spanish word for it is 'Carino' or ''muneca", which literally means doll but is often used in the same context as 'honey' or sweetheart'.

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