Bear euphemisms...... names used instead of saying bear

Angry One (Cree)
The Animal (Michikaman)
Apple of the Forest (Finn) Big Feet (n/a)
Big Great Food (Cree)
Big Hairy One (Blackfoot)
Black Beast (n/a)
Black Food (Cree)
Black Place (Koyukon)
Bobtail (n/a)
Broadfoot (Estonian)
Dark Thing (Koyukon)
Divine One Who Rules the Mountains (Ainu)
Dweller in the Wilds (Ostyak)
Famous Lightfoot (Finn)
Fine Young Chief (Navajo)
Food of the Fire (Cree)
Forest Apple (Finn)
Four-legged Man (Ostyak)
Fur Man (Ostyak)
Golden Feet (n/a)
Golden Friend (Finn)
Golden King (n/a)
Gold Friend of Fen and Forest (Ural Altaic)
Good-tempered Beast (Cree)
Great Man (Siberian)
He Who Lives in the Den (Navajo)
Holy Animal (Lapp)
Honey Paw (Tungus)
Illustrious Pride (Finn)
Little Mother of Honey (Finn)
Lord of the Taiga (Tungus)
Master of the Forest (Lapp)
Old Man of the Mountain (Lapp)
One Who Prowls at Night (n/a)
Owner of the Earth (Siberian)
Pride of the Woodlands (Finn)
Reared in the Mountains (Navajo)
Sacred Man (Lapp)
Sacred Virgin (Lapp)
Snub-nose (Finn)
Step-widener (Lapp)
Sticky-Mouth (n/a)
The Strong One (Taglish)
That Which Went Away (Koyukon)
The Thing (Koyukon)
Unmentionable One (Blackfoot)
Venerable One (Vogul)
Wide-way (Lapp)
Winter-sleeper (Lapp)
Wise Man (Lapp)
Woodmaste (Samoyed)
Wooly One (Lapp)
Worthy Old Man (Ural Altaic)

BEAR
Filipino:  oso, pamumunga,magtiis, dalhin, manganak, tamdaan  (BEAR)
Swahili:  n; zo: dubu (-)  (BEAR)
Swahili:  (tedi) n; ~ (bear) mwanasesere (wa-) wa dubu.  (TEDDYBEAR)
Irish:  s.I'.(a)Bear m, mathghamhain m - mhna.  (BEAR)
Welsh:  arth, arthes. (f. arthes).  (BEAR)
English - Old to English:  bera (-n) m.  (BEAR)
Dutch:  n. beer  (BEAR)
Dutch:  n. beert je n.n  (TEDDYBEAR)
Danish: bamse  (TEDDYBEAR)
French: ours.  (BEAR)
French: ['tedi] Pr.n.m. (dim.) = Édouarda, Edmond Theodore.
T.bear, ours m en peluche, F: nounours m.   (TEDDYBEAR)
Icelandic: v .bera, (endure) pola  (BEAR)
Italian: orso  (BEAR)
Maltese: ors.  (A large mammal having thick, coarse fur a very short tail, and fairly short legs, that walks flat on the soles of its feet.)  (BEAR)
Turkish: bamse  (BEAR)
Dan: (ber) i. Ayi; ayiya benzer hayvan: ant bear;  (BEAR)
Hungarian: n. medve  (BEAR)
Croation and Serbian and bosnian : n. , medvjed ,medved  (BEAR)
Bosnian: medvjed, grubijan,  (BEAR)
MÂOri: n. pea, tetipea  (BEAR)
MÂOri: teti pea.  (TEDDY BEAR)
Samoan: 'urosa;  (BEAR)
Indonesian: noun beruangberuangan.  (TEDDYBEAR)
                     Noun. Beruang  (BEAR)
Czech: bore, borne / beer. Bór, bórn/  (BEAR)
Malay: beruang  (BEAR)
Vietnamese: (con)gâu  (BEAR)
Turkish: (ted'I) tÄylÄ oyuncak ayi.  (TEDDY BEAR)
Swedish: teddy [ïteddi] o. teddy bear subst nalle, teddybjûrn  (TEDDYBEAR)
Swedish: subst bjûrn  (BEAR)
Hindustani: khirs: dubbi akbar  (BEAR)
Catalan: ÷s, urs.  (BEAR)
Norwegian: ['tedi] subst: ~ (bear) teddybjørn (t e d d y b j ø r n )  (TEDDYBEAR)
German: teddybär  (TEDDYBEAR)
                Bär  (BEAR)
Polish: Wielka, Niedzwiedzica  (BEAR)
Angol: medve, (American bear) arib½l, (brown) barna medve (Polar) jegesmedve  (BEAR)
Danish: bjørn  (BEAR)
And Norwegian
Gaelic: Giùlain. Fuilig  (BEAR)
Spanish: osso.  (BEAR)
Greek: Érktos  (BEAR)

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