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Re: Meanings

Postby PiotrR » 2014-01-24, 13:39

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNO
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Re: Meanings

Postby IpseDixit » 2014-01-24, 15:28

Nonsense

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Re: Meanings

Postby samarqand » 2014-01-25, 1:52

When cows moo at noon.

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Re: Meanings

Postby IpseDixit » 2014-01-25, 14:51

schokolade wrote:When cows moo at noon.


lol

dimolina


Small demolition

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Re: Meanings

Postby samarqand » 2014-01-25, 23:48

IpseDixit wrote:
schokolade wrote:When cows moo at noon.


lol


Haha. This game cracks me up.


IpseDixit wrote:O

The sound made when you finally understand something.


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Re: Meanings

Postby Iván » 2014-01-26, 15:33

The sound made when you finally defecate after being constipated.

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Minkä nuorena oppii, sen vanhana taitaa.

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Re: Meanings

Postby samarqand » 2014-01-26, 22:35

(Haha!!!)

The Joker from a deck of cards

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Re: Meanings

Postby IpseDixit » 2014-01-26, 22:38

A person who likes being bitten by piranhas.

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Re: Meanings

Postby Bijlee » 2014-01-26, 22:59

What a strange game.
IpseDixit wrote:adrivnosom

anger caused by accidentally spilling water on something

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Re: Meanings

Postby IpseDixit » 2014-01-26, 23:04

Could it be more interesting if we also add what made us think about the meaning we gave? What do you think?

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Re: Meanings

Postby samarqand » 2014-01-26, 23:26

IpseDixit wrote:Could it be more interesting if we also add what made us think about the meaning we gave? What do you think?


We could do that!

For example, your word: "uumuusmanoonma"

I saw "muu" and it made me think of "moo". Then the word 'noon' was in there. That's why I said "when cows moo at noon" lol...
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Re: Meanings

Postby IpseDixit » 2014-01-26, 23:43

eheh I kinda imagined that :)

As for me, in zilimancha, zil reminded me of zeal and mancha to the Italian verb mancare, meaning to lack/to be absent, hence lack of zeal. :)

As for demolina, it obviously reminded of demolition, and -ina is a very common Italian suffix for small things. :)

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Re: Meanings

Postby IpseDixit » 2014-01-26, 23:48

Half full chaliche.

mitsi--->  (it) mezzo - half
koppi--->  (it) coppa - chalice

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Re: Meanings

Postby samarqand » 2014-01-27, 0:07

Yes, "demolina" was a little obvious haha! :)

caracucli = blackberry

cara -->  (ky) kara/кара - black
cucli --> the made up language's word for 'berry' ;)


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Re: Meanings

Postby IpseDixit » 2014-01-27, 0:19

People who play the bagpipe.

From  (it) zampognari which means exactly that :lol:

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Re: Meanings

Postby samarqand » 2014-01-27, 0:47

No way! Italian is awesome haha...


A (marino) sheep that is a bit tired/slow

lalaly -->  (uz) lallay - to be sluggish
mauino -->  (en-au) marino - a type of Australian sheep that has really good wool


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Re: Meanings

Postby IpseDixit » 2014-01-27, 1:03

Eheh

Hi mate Shifu! :lol:

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Re: Meanings

Postby samarqand » 2014-01-27, 1:33

XD!!

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Re: Meanings

Postby IpseDixit » 2014-01-27, 1:41

Small neck

 (it) collo - neck
 (it) piccolo - small

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Re: Meanings

Postby samarqand » 2014-01-27, 3:08

Your word?? ;)
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