How can I say "honey" in Spanish?
Querida, gorda/flaca/negra/blanca (sounds weird to us, but physical characteristics are regulrarly used as terms of endearment), amor, etc.
Or, miel is the literal translation.
La miel can be used for honey as a food item. If you are looking for a term of endearment try cariña(o).
Cielo is also a term of endearment that can be used for the english translation of honey. Cielo actually means heaven/sky.
Yep, even things that we'd consider quite offensive can be a term of endearment.
If you have a large wife, you may call her "La Vaca" (the cow), as a term of endearment. However, I would never try such a thing in an English-speaking land.
If I will say "honey" to her, I must use "cariña", if I will say to him, I must use "cariño".. I know this.. is it true?