Furby Language

Furbish, the Furbies’ language, is a combination of simple syllables, short words, and sounds. In time, the Furby gradually replaces Furbish words and phrases with English. ¬†Below is a Furby dictionary so you can understand your new friend.

  • wee-tah-kah-loo-loo: Tell me a joke.
  • wee-tah-kah-wee-loo: Tell me a story.
  • wee-tee-kah-wah-tee: Sing me a song.
  • u-nye-loo-lay-doo?: Do you want to play?
  • u-nye-ay-tay-doo?: Are you hungry?
  • u-nye-boh-doo?: How are you?
  • u-nye-way-loh-nee-way: Go to sleep now.
  • u-nye-noh-lah: Show me a dance.

Furbies may say these Furbish words:

  • Ah: touching, holding
  • ah-mah: have
  • ah-may: pet
  • ah-noo: help
  • ah-tah: feed / food
  • ay: lightness
  • ay-ay: look
  • ay-ay-lee-koo: listen
  • ay-koo: diamond
  • ay-loh: light
  • ay-loh-may-lah: cloud
  • ay-tay: hungry / eat
  • ay-way: dizzy
  • bah-boo: noise
  • bay-bee: baby
  • boh: be
  • boh: to be
  • boh-bay: worried
  • boh-dah: live
  • boo: no, negative, bad, stop
  • boo: no
  • boo-dah: bad
  • boo-koo: rock
  • boo-noo-loo: sad
  • boo-tay: change
  • bye-bye: bye / go
  • bye-bye: go / bye / get out!
  • bye-way: path
  • dah: big
  • dah-ay-loh: sun
  • dah-ay-loh-nah-bah: good night
  • dah-ay-loh-oo-tye: good morning
  • dah-boh-bay: scared
  • dah-boo: big no / no way!
  • dah-boo: no!
  • dah-ee-tah: big yes
  • dah-kah-oo-nye: thank you!
  • dah-noh-lah: party / party time
  • dah-way: genius
  • dee: little
  • dee: smallness
  • dee-doh: dude
  • doh: so
  • doh-kah: thank
  • doo: why / interrogative
  • doo-ay: fun
  • doo-ay-loo-lah: game
  • doo-dah: do
  • doo-loo: funny
  • doo-moh: please
  • doo-oo-tye?: wassup?
  • doo?: hmm?
  • doo?: huh?
  • doo?: what? / when?
  • doo?: where?
  • doo?: yeah?
  • Ee: affirmative
  • ee-day: good
  • ee-kah: beautiful / pretty
  • ee-kah-lee-koo: music
  • ee-tay: yes
  • ee-wah: sea
  • kah: me, mine, myself
  • kah-tay: face
  • koh: and
  • koh: more
  • koh-koh: again
  • koh-koh: another
  • koh-koh: more
  • koo: rock
  • koo-dah: mountain
  • koo-doh: health / healthy
  • koo-wah: island
  • lay-lah: home
  • lee-koo: sound
  • loo: play, joke, humor
  • loo-lay: play
  • loo-loo: joke
  • may-lah: hug
  • may-may: love
  • may-tah: kiss
  • mee-mee: very
  • moh-moh: monster
  • moo-lah: money
  • nah-bah: down
  • nee-may: sweet!
  • nee-tye: tickle
  • nee-way: now
  • noh-lah: dance
  • noo-lah: friend / buddy
  • noo-loo: happy
  • noo-noo: talk
  • oh: oh
  • oh-kah-tee: omg
  • oh-kay: ok
  • oh-too-mah: ask
  • oo: up, above, high
  • oo-bah: over
  • oo-boh: stand
  • oo-kah: uncle
  • oo-loo: full
  • oo-nye: you
  • oo-nye-doo?: where are you?
  • oo-tah: high
  • oo-tah-toh-toh: finally
  • oo-tye: up
  • tay: comparative
  • tay: like, similar to
  • tay-boo-koo: tough
  • tee: life, nature, living things
  • tee-loh: log
  • tee-tah: tree
  • tee-wee-lah: twinkle
  • toh: complete
  • toh-dye: done
  • toh-loo: like
  • toh-toh: time
  • uh-oh: uh-oh
  • wah: water / rain
  • wah-tah: water
  • wah-tee: song
  • wah-wee-tee: rain
  • wah!: yea!
  • way-lah: wise / wisely
  • way-loh: sleep
  • way-loo: dream
  • way-nah: wonder
  • wee-loo: story
  • wee-tah: tell
  • wee-tee: sing
  • woo-bye: hide
  • yay: yay
  • yoo?: Why will you not play with me today? (This usually means the Furby is upset.)

4 Responses so far.

  1. Cathy Mathis says:

    cute toy BUT the language it mumbles makes the toy very unlikeable. Really wish I had not purchased it. It comes with nothing to help you figure out what it is saying.

  2. nikki says:

    what does call a tay mean in furby language?

  3. Riley ott says:

    you sould get more sayings for furby like what dose noo noo koo koo noo noo koo

  4. Donna Clark says:

    I think they should come out with a Furby that already speaks English. Little children do not understand how to talk to it nor do they understand what it is saying. I owned one when they came out the very first time and it was difficult then and it still is now to learn the language.

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