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15 Foreign Words That Describe Something Very Specific (15 pics)

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These words might sound funny but they have a very specific meaning.

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№1 Author: capt.huffnpuff (26 Jan 2015 08:39) Total user comments: 2803


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Don't count English out!
-Drawcansir - A person who kills both friends and foes.
-Houghmangandy - Sexual intercourse with someone you are not married to.
-Loon-slatt - Hangman's fee (Scottish).
-Mammothrept - A spoiled child.
-Xanthippe - An ill-tempered woman.
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№2 Author: mantley rawson (26 Jan 2015 17:23) Total user comments: 361


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I don't know for the other languages, but as long as french is concerned, "rire dans sa barbe" means laugh "in petto"...
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№3 Author: Lu (26 Jan 2015 22:22) Total user comments: 15115


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#15 Hy het die perfekte komdonnermygesig. (Afrikaans)
He has the perfect face that "is badly in need of a fist"
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№4 Author: Agone (26 Jan 2015 22:36) Total user comments: 38


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#6 This is not a word but a sentence. And more precisely an expression. It is not used in the current language.
Moreover, the translation is wrong. This expression means inwardly laugh when you can not afford it openly.
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№5 Author: loveandhate (29 Jan 2015 22:20) Total user comments: 1571


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№6 Author: Ano (14 Feb 2015 18:22) Total user comments: 0


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Every language has words that have no equivalence in other languages.
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