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Cool Words from Other Languages (30 pics)

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№1 Author: candysack (5 Mar 2014 02:19) Total user comments: 1436


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loads of these have words for them in english...
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№2 Author: Arooo (5 Mar 2014 02:36) Total user comments: 10


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Well ... I'm french and quite fluent in my own language ...

- dpaysement : usualy absolutely not described as a sad feeling, could be happy or neutral ... Just the feeling of being somewhere you are not used to, with traditions, languages, landscapes, buildings you would not find by your birthplace ...

- Alsienne : usualy not used for a person, much more for a neverending project, or something most people think is possible but no one finds the way to realize ... in software you call that "vaporware".

... Only my two cts.
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№3 Author: acai (5 Mar 2014 02:44) Total user comments: 0


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#28, not in Russian. It is Indonesian
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№4 Author: eleventhdreamday (5 Mar 2014 11:57) Total user comments: 13


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"traktir" is a russian one. It is an old fashioned name for motel with pub.
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№5 Author: Saui (5 Mar 2014 12:10) Total user comments: 0


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16. Hungarians never said that:D but I begin it now!
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№6 Author: Tomi from Space (5 Mar 2014 13:08) Total user comments: 0


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I'm hungarian and this was the first time I've heard about Donaldkacszs unless, the post sais it is a hungarian thing. No, it's not, we do not use this word or phrase.
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№7 Author: kleydev1 (5 Mar 2014 17:45) Total user comments: 25


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feierabEnd not feieraband

feiera = day without business
abend= evening
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№8 Author: MerkelFan (5 Mar 2014 21:04) Total user comments: 0


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@7 Well, you're right with feierabEnd, but the rest of the post is not quite correct:

feier - literally means party or event if you would like, a feier can be anything, a birthday party for example or something else, where you want to celebrate something with other humans ;)

Schnen Feierabend ;-)
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№9 Author: GzuzGarcia (8 Mar 2014 00:18) Total user comments: 0


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Duende (in spanish) means Goblin.
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