Germanic Languages Word-Association Game

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Re: Germanic Languages Word-Association Game

Postby Kuruman » 2015-02-01, 15:43

 (af) Handelaar
Merchant

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Re: Germanic Languages Word-Association Game

Postby Linguist » 2015-02-01, 16:35

 (de) Hantelbank, die
the weigh bench
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Re: Germanic Languages Word-Association Game

Postby IpseDixit » 2015-02-01, 17:05

 (cim) pånkh
bench

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Re: Germanic Languages Word-Association Game

Postby linguoboy » 2015-02-01, 17:36

Schnitzelbank
shaving horse
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Re: Germanic Languages Word-Association Game

Postby Linguist » 2015-02-01, 17:46

[ownflag=][/ownflag] Ferdhaltr, de
the horse keeper
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Re: Germanic Languages Word-Association Game

Postby snowman888 » 2015-04-01, 13:06

 (is) gripahús
stable
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Re: Germanic Languages Word-Association Game

Postby IpseDixit » 2015-04-18, 12:11

Linguist wrote: Ferdhaltr, de
the horse keeper


The flag of what language is this supposed to be?

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Re: Germanic Languages Word-Association Game

Postby linguoboy » 2015-04-18, 15:41

 (sv) stalledräng
stable boy
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Re: Germanic Languages Word-Association Game

Postby Linguist » 2015-04-18, 16:30

IpseDixit wrote:
Linguist wrote: Ferdhaltr, de
the horse keeper


The flag of what language is this supposed to be?

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To be honest - I have no idea what kind of stuff I posted there...
Sometimes I’ll start a sentence in English y termino en español.

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Re: Germanic Languages Word-Association Game

Postby TeneReef » 2015-04-18, 18:05

linguoboy wrote: (sv) stalledräng
stable boy


 (no-nn) hesteandlet -et
horse face (small long face)
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Postby Olinguito » 2015-04-19, 8:15

Norwegian (no) ustø gutt
unstable boy

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Re: Germanic Languages Word-Association Game

Postby PfifltriggPi » 2017-02-05, 22:07

 (en_mid) mayde - maid
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