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11 Words With No English Translation (12 pics)

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Eleven words that exist in other languages but have no English translation.

1 11 Words With No English Translation (12 pics)


2 11 Words With No English Translation (12 pics)


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9 11 Words With No English Translation (12 pics)


10 11 Words With No English Translation (12 pics)


11 11 Words With No English Translation (12 pics)


12 11 Words With No English Translation (12 pics)

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№1 Author: candysack (28 Aug 2013 01:46) Total user comments: 1436


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pic 10 according to this, homesick is apparently a non-existing word :02:
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№2 Author: Bob (28 Aug 2013 02:08) Total user comments: 0


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What if I told you...that you just translated ALL of these words into English...
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№3 Author: yt (28 Aug 2013 03:06) Total user comments: 0


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pic 3: it's actually "culaccino", very rarely used (as most of the others I believe).
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№4 Author: styopa (28 Aug 2013 04:45) Total user comments: 962


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doch (German) - positive answer to a negative question, like:

You are not coming along? "Doch" (Yes, I'm not.)
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№5 Author: Louie (28 Aug 2013 05:26) Total user comments: 8189


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nice
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№6 Author: babis (28 Aug 2013 08:27) Total user comments: 0


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And the GREEK word Philotimo
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№7 Author: lillipuz73 (28 Aug 2013 12:13) Total user comments: 6


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pic #3: misspelled. the right spelling is CULACCINO. this word is seldom used: I've never heard it and I had to look fot it in an italian dictionary. (http://www.grandidizionari.it
/Dizionario_Italiano/parola/c/
culaccino.aspx?query=culaccino
)
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№8 Author: I abide by the Dude (28 Aug 2013 13:07) Total user comments: 127


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Swaffelen (Dutch)- to repeatedly hit ones penis against someone/ thing
This was their 2008 word of the year, crazy Dutch...
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№9 Author: ion (28 Aug 2013 14:55) Total user comments: 0


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Dor in romanian language - it means missing someone, wistful, nostalgic, longing
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№10 Author: JALKMFE (28 Aug 2013 19:41) Total user comments: 0


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Sobremesa is normally used in south america. Try going as a backpacker and amaze yourself. Go to little towns and everybody lives with no rush. No watches!
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№11 Author: jetboy (28 Aug 2013 20:37) Total user comments: 5


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candysack, you're wrong. Depaysement describes the nice feeling you have discovering a new culture and/or living in another country. It doesn't mean you're longing for your own country.
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№12 Author: Lu (28 Aug 2013 22:10) Total user comments: 15082


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Getting educated here.
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№13 Author: mashie5 (29 Aug 2013 11:49) Total user comments: 1357


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i was waiting for schadenfreude... didnt happen :02:
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№14 Author: Forfattare (30 Aug 2013 22:57) Total user comments: 897


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wut?
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№15 Author: adzhoe (1 Sep 2013 01:51) Total user comments: 14959


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...like bob said...
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№16 Author: YeahRight (1 Sep 2013 03:36) Total user comments: 1632


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...want to add to the list go to Wales...
:61: :61: :61: :61: :61: :61: :61:
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