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Interpreting a word from one language in a different language may be fun for entertainment purposes, but that's about all. Except possibly in marketing. When Honda Fitta was to be sold in Scandianvian markets, it was renamed Honda Jazz. "Fitte" means "c**t" in Scandinavian languages.

For a more direct comment: In Norwegian, bird names for girls are certainly not always derogatory. A common term for a sexy young girl is "rype", according to Wikipedia the English name is "lagopus". Not even metooers will come after you for referring to a girl as a "rype". And, isn't "chick" a short form of "chicken"?

It shall be noted that if "hen" were of English origin, and you tried to translate that to Norwegian, to "høne", you should not use that term to refer to a girl: Besides being a bird, it is used as a slang term for the female parts (not the entire girl). So it would be like calling a girl a c**t. While we are at it: Another slang term for the same is "mus" (English: mouse). When you put your hand on that pointing device, you may think we had found another term for it in Norwegian. We did not. So you can imagine what some people jokingly call the scroll wheel.
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