Germanic Languages Word-Association Game

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Re: Germanic Languages Word-Association Game

Postby linguoboy » 2015-01-29, 15:43

 (de) (Spazier-) Stock
(walking) stick
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Re: Germanic Languages Word-Association Game

Postby IpseDixit » 2015-01-29, 15:55

 (cim) aide
narrow and dangerous path

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Postby Linguist » 2015-01-29, 20:48

Die anderen tugende sind einwiht, und ist dâ bî diu stæte niht.

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Re: Germanic Languages Word-Association Game

Postby linguoboy » 2015-01-29, 20:49

 (de) Ginster
furze/gorse
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Re: Germanic Languages Word-Association Game

Postby IpseDixit » 2015-01-29, 20:55

 (cim) dorn
thorn

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Postby Olinguito » 2015-01-30, 10:51

Luxembourgish (lb) Rous
rose

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Re: Germanic Languages Word-Association Game

Postby Linguist » 2015-01-30, 11:42

 (de) raus!
Die anderen tugende sind einwiht, und ist dâ bî diu stæte niht.

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Re: Germanic Languages Word-Association Game

Postby linguoboy » 2015-01-30, 18:24

 (de) Weg!
Away!
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Postby Olinguito » 2015-01-30, 20:35

Dutch (nl) uit
out

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Postby Linguist » 2015-01-31, 12:26

 (de) out
outdated

(not sure if native English speakers also use it in this context :oops: )
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Re: Germanic Languages Word-Association Game

Postby Levike » 2015-01-31, 12:47

 (en) second-hand
Nem egy nap alatt épült Buda vára.

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Re: Germanic Languages Word-Association Game

Postby linguoboy » 2015-01-31, 14:40

 (de) Antiquariat
second-hand bookstore
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Postby Olinguito » 2015-01-31, 15:07

Swedish (sv) sekundvisare
second hand (of a clock or watch)

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Re: Germanic Languages Word-Association Game

Postby Kuruman » 2015-01-31, 20:08

 (af) Uurglas
Hourglass

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Postby Olinguito » 2015-01-31, 22:54

Dutch (nl) zand
sand

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Re: Germanic Languages Word-Association Game

Postby melski » 2015-02-01, 1:22

Cimbrian (cim) khnotto
stone

PS Thanks IpseDixit for making me discover -indirectly - the Cimbrian language !
................Native: French (fr) French
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Re: Germanic Languages Word-Association Game

Postby linguoboy » 2015-02-01, 1:39

 (da) Knud
Canute
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Postby Olinguito » 2015-02-01, 11:42

Dutch (nl) kanoet
knot (Calidris canutus)

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Re: Germanic Languages Word-Association Game

Postby Linguist » 2015-02-01, 13:32

 (nl) kano, de
the canoe
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Re: Germanic Languages Word-Association Game

Postby linguoboy » 2015-02-01, 13:52

 (en-ca) voyageur
Quebecois fur trader [hist.]
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