In Icelandic, Mickey Mouse is Mikki Mils.
In Farsi, the language spoken in Iran, it’s Mickey Moosh.
Italians call him Topolino. Sweden? Musse Pigg.
Mickey Mouse was created as a replacement for Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, which was a cartoon character created for Charles Mintz of Universal Studios by the Disney studio.
For a more thorough rundown of Mickey’s name around the world, visit Disneyland and ask Mickey himself.