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Rheum

Postby Ser » 2010-10-23, 5:16

Medical English: rheum /ˈɹum/ (GA)
North American English: sleep, eye-boggers

Spaniard Spanish: legaña
Salvadorian Spanish: chelito

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Re: Rheum

Postby Formiko » 2010-10-23, 6:34

Medical English: rheum /ˈɹum/ (GA)
North American English: sleep, eye-boggers

Spaniard Spanish: legaña
Salvadorian Spanish: chelito

Esperanto: dormgranoloj/okulgranoloj
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Re: Rheum

Postby JackFrost » 2010-10-23, 7:29

I swear... I've never ever heard of these words...

I just call it crust... -.-

It's "boogers" by the way.
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Re: Rheum

Postby Saaropean » 2010-10-23, 7:48

"Schlaf in den Augen" is the term I know. The others are from Wikipedia.
"Schlafsand" is what the Sandmännchen ("little sand man") puts into your eyes. ;)



Medical English: rheum /ˈɹum/ (GA)
North American English: crust, sleep, eye-boggers/boogers
German: Schlaf in den Augen ("sleep in the eyes") / Schlafsand ("sleep sand") / Schlafkörnchen ("little sleep grains")

Spaniard Spanish: legaña
Salvadorian Spanish: chelito

Esperanto: dormgranoloj ("sleep grains") / okulgranoloj ("eye grains")

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Re: Rheum

Postby Muisje » 2010-10-23, 14:44

'Slaapkorrels' is what I've always said, I don't know how common it is. 'Slaapzand' is the same as in Germany, except here we usually call him 'Klaas Vaak' (don't ask me why :roll: )

Medical English: rheum /ˈɹum/ (GA)
North American English: crust, sleep, eye-boggers/boogers
Dutch: slaapkorrels ("sleep grains") / slaapkorreltjes (with diminutive), slaapzand ("sleep sand")
German: Schlaf in den Augen ("sleep in the eyes") / Schlafsand ("sleep sand") / Schlafkörnchen ("little sleep grains")

Spaniard Spanish: legaña
Salvadorian Spanish: chelito

Esperanto: dormgranoloj ("sleep grains") / okulgranoloj ("eye grains")
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Re: Rheum

Postby JackFrost » 2010-10-23, 15:45

:roll:

Medical English: rheum /ˈɹum/ (GA)
North American English: crust, sleep, eye-boogers
Dutch: slaapkorrels ("sleep grains") / slaapkorreltjes (with diminutive), slaapzand ("sleep sand")
German: Schlaf in den Augen ("sleep in the eyes") / Schlafsand ("sleep sand") / Schlafkörnchen ("little sleep grains")

Spaniard Spanish: legaña
Salvadorian Spanish: chelito

Esperanto: dormgranoloj ("sleep grains") / okulgranoloj ("eye grains")
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Re: Rheum

Postby linguoboy » 2010-10-23, 16:57

Medical English: rheum /ˈɹum/ (GA)
North American English: crust, sleep, eye-boogers, sand, (eye)gook
Dutch: slaapkorrels ("sleep grains") / slaapkorreltjes (with diminutive), slaapzand ("sleep sand")
German: Schlaf in den Augen ("sleep in the eyes") / Schlafsand ("sleep sand") / Schlafkörnchen ("little sleep grains"), (Schlaf)mätzchen, Schlafdreck ("sleep filth")
Swedish: morgongrus ("morning greeting"), godmorgon/gomorron ("goodmorning"), sömn ("sleep")
Icelandic: stírur

Catalan: lleganya
Spaniard Spanish: legaña
Salvadorian Spanish: chelito
European Portuguese: ramelas
Brazilian Portuguese: remela
French: chassie
Italian: cispa


Irish: brach ("pus")
Welsh: môl

Latvian: miegs ("sleep"), miedziņi ("sleepies")

Modern Greek: τσίμπλα tsímpla

Finnish: rääppä, rähmä
Hungarian: csipa

Turkish: çapak

Japanese: 目糞 mekuso ("eye-shit")

Korean: 눈곱/눈꼽 nunkkop ("eye-gunk")

Chinese: 眼屎 yánshǐ ("eye shit")

(White) Hmong: quav muag ("shit [of the] eye")

Thai: ขี้ตา khîi taa ("shit [of the] eye"]

Tagalog: muta
Hawai'ian: maka piapia

Esperanto: dormgranoloj ("sleep grains") / okulgranoloj ("eye grains")
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Re: Rheum

Postby eskandar » 2010-10-23, 17:13

Medical English: rheum /ˈɹum/ (GA)
North American English: crust, sleep, eye-boogers, sand, (eye)gook
Dutch: slaapkorrels ("sleep grains") / slaapkorreltjes (with diminutive), slaapzand ("sleep sand")
German: Schlaf in den Augen ("sleep in the eyes") / Schlafsand ("sleep sand") / Schlafkörnchen ("little sleep grains"), (Schlaf)mätzchen, Schlafdreck ("sleep filth")

Catalan: lleganya
Spaniard Spanish: legaña
Salvadorian Spanish: chelito
European Portuguese: ramelas
Brazilian Portuguese: remela

Irish: brach ("pus")
Welsh: môl

Latvian: miedziņi ("sleepies")

Persian: ریم چشم rim-e cheshm ("rheum/gum of the eye"), ژفک zhafk (same), قی چسم qey-e cheshm ("emesis of the eye")

Finnish: rääppä, rähmä, vesi :?:
Hungarian: csipa

Turkish: çapak

Japanese: 目糞 mekuso ("eye-shit")

Korean: 눈곱/눈꼽 nunkkop ("eye-gunk")

Chinese: 眼屎 yánshǐ ("eye shit")

(White) Hmong: quav muag ("shit [of the] eye")

Tagalog: muta

Esperanto: dormgranoloj ("sleep grains") / okulgranoloj ("eye grains")
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Re: Rheum

Postby Mulder-21 » 2010-10-25, 10:52

Medical English: rheum /ˈɹum/ (GA)
North American English: crust, sleep, eye-boogers, sand, (eye)gook
Dutch: slaapkorrels ("sleep grains") / slaapkorreltjes (with diminutive), slaapzand ("sleep sand")
Faroese: svøvnur (m) í eygunum, vágur (m)
German: Schlaf in den Augen ("sleep in the eyes") / Schlafsand ("sleep sand") / Schlafkörnchen ("little sleep grains"), (Schlaf)mätzchen, Schlafdreck ("sleep filth")

Catalan: lleganya
Spaniard Spanish: legaña
Salvadorian Spanish: chelito
European Portuguese: ramelas
Brazilian Portuguese: remela

Irish: brach ("pus")
Welsh: môl

Latvian: miedziņi ("sleepies")

Persian: ریم چشم rim-e cheshm ("rheum/gum of the eye"), ژفک zhafk (same), قی چسم qey-e cheshm ("emesis of the eye")

Finnish: rääppä, rähmä, vesi :?:
Hungarian: csipa

Turkish: çapak

Japanese: 目糞 mekuso ("eye-shit")

Korean: 눈곱/눈꼽 nunkkop ("eye-gunk")

Chinese: 眼屎 yánshǐ ("eye shit")

(White) Hmong: quav muag ("shit [of the] eye")

Tagalog: muta

Esperanto: dormgranoloj ("sleep grains") / okulgranoloj ("eye grains")
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Re: Rheum

Postby lumiel » 2010-10-25, 11:23

I've never heard the word rääppä before but I guess it's possible... vesi, however, means 'water'.

Medical English: rheum /ˈɹum/ (GA)
North American English: crust, sleep, eye-boogers, sand, (eye)gook
Dutch: slaapkorrels ("sleep grains") / slaapkorreltjes (with diminutive), slaapzand ("sleep sand")
Faroese: svøvnur (m) í eygunum, vágur (m)
German: Schlaf in den Augen ("sleep in the eyes") / Schlafsand ("sleep sand") / Schlafkörnchen ("little sleep grains"), (Schlaf)mätzchen, Schlafdreck ("sleep filth")

Catalan: lleganya
Spaniard Spanish: legaña
Salvadorian Spanish: chelito
European Portuguese: ramelas
Brazilian Portuguese: remela

Irish: brach ("pus")
Welsh: môl

Latvian: miedziņi ("sleepies")

Persian: ریم چشم rim-e cheshm ("rheum/gum of the eye"), ژفک zhafk (same), قی چسم qey-e cheshm ("emesis of the eye")

Finnish: rääppä, rähmä, unirähmä, unihiekka
Hungarian: csipa
Northern Sami: siedja, ruddi

Turkish: çapak

Japanese: 目糞 mekuso ("eye-shit")

Korean: 눈곱/눈꼽 nunkkop ("eye-gunk")

Chinese: 眼屎 yánshǐ ("eye shit")

(White) Hmong: quav muag ("shit [of the] eye")

Tagalog: muta

Esperanto: dormgranoloj ("sleep grains") / okulgranoloj ("eye grains")
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Re: Rheum

Postby linguoboy » 2010-10-25, 15:16

[Restoring some terms that went missing when eskandar's and my revisions crossed.]

Medical English: rheum /ˈɹum/ (GA)
North American English: crust, sleep, eye-boogers, sand, (eye)gook
Dutch: slaapkorrels ("sleep grains") / slaapkorreltjes (with diminutive), slaapzand ("sleep sand")
German: Schlaf in den Augen ("sleep in the eyes") / Schlafsand ("sleep sand") / Schlafkörnchen ("little sleep grains"), (Schlaf)mätzchen, Schlafdreck ("sleep filth")
Swedish: morgongrus ("morning greeting"), godmorgon/gomorron ("goodmorning"), sömn ("sleep")
Icelandic: stírur
Faroese: svøvnur (m) í eygunum, vágur (m)

Catalan: lleganya
Spaniard Spanish: legaña
Salvadorian Spanish: chelito
European Portuguese: ramelas
Brazilian Portuguese: remela
French: chassie
Italian:cispa

Irish: brach ("pus")
Welsh: môl

Latvian: miegs ("sleep"), miedziņi ("sleepies")

Modern Greek: τσίμπλα tsímpla

Persian: ریم چشم rim-e cheshm ("rheum/gum of the eye"), ژفک zhafk (same), قی چسم qey-e cheshm ("emesis of the eye")

Finnish: rääppä, rähmä, unirähmä, unihiekka
Hungarian: csipa
Northern Sami: siedja, ruddi

Turkish: çapak

Japanese: 目糞 mekuso ("eye-shit")

Korean: 눈곱/눈꼽 nunkkop ("eye-gunk")

Chinese: 眼屎 yánshǐ ("eye shit")

(White) Hmong: quav muag ("shit [of the] eye")

Thai: ขี้ตา khîi taa ("shit [of the] eye"]

Tagalog: muta
Hawai'ian: [maka] piapia ("[eye] starchies")

Esperanto: dormgranoloj ("sleep grains") / okulgranoloj ("eye grains")
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Re: Rheum

Postby Aleco » 2010-10-31, 20:47

Snerk is by the way also that thin layer you get on top of cooling sauces, soups etc. Thus, I always get disgusted by soups (etc) that have gotten this layer because of the connotations this brings me. :P

Medical English: rheum /ˈɹum/ (GA)
North American English: crust, sleep, eye-boogers, sand, (eye)gook
Dutch: slaapkorrels ("sleep grains") / slaapkorreltjes (with diminutive), slaapzand ("sleep sand")
German: Schlaf in den Augen ("sleep in the eyes") / Schlafsand ("sleep sand") / Schlafkörnchen ("little sleep grains"), (Schlaf)mätzchen, Schlafdreck ("sleep filth")
Swedish: morgongrus ("morning greeting"), godmorgon/gomorron ("goodmorning"), sömn ("sleep")
Icelandic: stírur
Faroese: svøvnur (m) í eygunum, vágur (m)
Norwegian(Bm): snerk (m)
Norwegian(Nn): snerk(e) (m)


Catalan: lleganya
Spaniard Spanish: legaña
Salvadorian Spanish: chelito
European Portuguese: ramelas
Brazilian Portuguese: remela
French: chassie
Italian:cispa

Irish: brach ("pus")
Welsh: môl

Latvian: miegs ("sleep"), miedziņi ("sleepies")

Modern Greek: τσίμπλα tsímpla

Persian: ریم چشم rim-e cheshm ("rheum/gum of the eye"), ژفک zhafk (same), قی چسم qey-e cheshm ("emesis of the eye")

Finnish: rääppä, rähmä, unirähmä, unihiekka
Hungarian: csipa
Northern Sami: siedja, ruddi

Turkish: çapak

Japanese: 目糞 mekuso ("eye-shit")

Korean: 눈곱/눈꼽 nunkkop ("eye-gunk")

Chinese: 眼屎 yánshǐ ("eye shit")

(White) Hmong: quav muag ("shit [of the] eye")

Thai: ขี้ตา khîi taa ("shit [of the] eye"]

Tagalog: muta
Hawai'ian: [maka] piapia ("[eye] starchies")

Esperanto: dormgranoloj ("sleep grains") / okulgranoloj ("eye grains")
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Re: Rheum

Postby linguoboy » 2018-11-20, 21:23

Medical English: rheum /ˈɹum/ (GA)
North American English: crust, sleep(ers), eye-boogers, sand, (eye)gook, gunk
Dutch: slaapkorrels ("sleep grains") / slaapkorreltjes (with diminutive), slaapzand ("sleep sand")
German: Schlaf in den Augen ("sleep in the eyes") / Schlafsand ("sleep sand") / Schlafkörnchen ("little sleep grains"), (Schlaf)mätzchen, Schlafdreck ("sleep filth"), Augenpopel ("eye boogers")
Swedish: morgongrus ("morning greeting"), godmorgon/gomorron ("goodmorning"), sömn ("sleep")
Icelandic: stírur
Faroese: svøvnur (m) í eygunum, vágur (m)
Norwegian(Bm): snerk (m)
Norwegian(Nn): snerk(e) (m)

Catalan: lleganya/llaganya
Spaniard Spanish: legaña
Salvadorian Spanish: chelito
European Portuguese: ramelas
Brazilian Portuguese: remela
French: chassie
Italian:cispa

Irish: brach ("pus"), sramaí ("gums")
Welsh: môl

Latvian: miegs ("sleep"), miedziņi ("sleepies")

Modern Greek: τσίμπλα tsímpla

Persian: ریم چشم rim-e cheshm ("rheum/gum of the eye"), ژفک zhafk (same), قی چسم qey-e cheshm ("emesis of the eye")

Finnish: rääppä, rähmä, unirähmä, unihiekka
Hungarian: csipa
Northern Sami: siedja, ruddi

Turkish: çapak

Japanese: 目糞 mekuso ("eye-shit")

Korean: 눈곱/눈꼽 nunkkop ("eye-gunk")

Chinese: 眼屎 yánshǐ ("eye shit")

(White) Hmong: quav muag ("shit [of the] eye")

Thai: ขี้ตา khîi taa ("shit [of the] eye"]

Tagalog: muta
Hawai'ian: [maka] piapia ("[eye] starchies")

Esperanto: dormgranoloj ("sleep grains") / okulgranoloj ("eye grains")
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Re: Rheum

Postby Linguaphile » 2018-11-21, 1:41

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Medical English: rheum /ˈɹum/ (GA)
North American English: crust, sleep(ers), eye-boogers, sand, (eye)gook, gunk
Dutch: slaapkorrels ("sleep grains") / slaapkorreltjes (with diminutive), slaapzand ("sleep sand")
German: Schlaf in den Augen ("sleep in the eyes") / Schlafsand ("sleep sand") / Schlafkörnchen ("little sleep grains"), (Schlaf)mätzchen, Schlafdreck ("sleep filth"), Augenpopel ("eye boogers")
Swedish: morgongrus ("morning greeting"), godmorgon/gomorron ("goodmorning"), sömn ("sleep")
Icelandic: stírur
Faroese: svøvnur (m) í eygunum, vágur (m)
Norwegian(Bm): snerk (m)
Norwegian(Nn): snerk(e) (m)

Catalan: lleganya/llaganya
Spaniard Spanish: legaña/lagaña/pitarra
Mexican Spanish: legaña/lagaña
Guatemalan/Honduran Spanish: chele/chelito
Salvadorian Spanish: chelito
European Portuguese: ramelas
Brazilian Portuguese: remela
French: chassie
Italian: cispa

Irish: brach ("pus"), sramaí ("gums")
Welsh: môl

Latvian: miegs ("sleep"), miedziņi ("sleepies")

Modern Greek: τσίμπλα tsímpla

Persian: ریم چشم rim-e cheshm ("rheum/gum of the eye"), ژفک zhafk (same), قی چسم qey-e cheshm ("emesis of the eye")

Estonian: rähm (can also refer to a film of liquid left on a glass, but I'm not sure which meaning came first), unerähm ("sleep-rähm")
Finnish: rääppä, rähmä, unirähmä, unihiekka
Hungarian: csipa
Livonian: sīlmamǟrga ("eye-puss")
Livvi-Karelian: rähmü (can also refer to a film of liquid left on a glass, but I'm not sure which meaning came first)
Ludic: riäžme (can also refer to a film of liquid left on a glass, but I'm not sure which meaning came first)
Inari Saami: siejâ (pus)
Kildin Saami: сӣйй (pus)
Northern Saami: siedja (pus)
Pite Saami: siejja (pus)
Skolt Saami: siõjj (pus)
Votic: drääni (one of many words for "devil," but also means secretion from the eyes)
Võro: rahk (can also refer to a film of liquid left on a glass, but I'm not sure which meaning came first); unõrahk ("sleep-rahk")

Turkish: çapak

Japanese: 目糞 mekuso ("eye-shit")

Korean: 눈곱/눈꼽 nunkkop ("eye-gunk")

Chinese: 眼屎 yánshǐ ("eye shit")

White Hmong (Daw): quav muag ("discharge [of the] eye")
Green Hmong (Njua): quav muag ("discharge [of the] eye")
Chuanqiandian Hmong: ghuad muas ("discharge [of the] eye")

Thai: ขี้ตา khîi taa ("discharge [of the] eye")

Tagalog: muta
Hawai'ian: [maka] piapia ("[eye] starchies")

Esperanto: dormgranoloj ("sleep grains") / okulgranoloj ("eye grains")

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Re: Rheum

Postby Null-A » 2018-11-21, 21:27

I've never heard of "chassie" in French before 😮 It's a very uncommon medical term. I added two expressions which are frequently heard in daily conversations.

Medical English: rheum /ˈɹum/ (GA)
North American English: crust, sleep(ers), eye-boogers, sand, (eye)gook, gunk
Dutch: slaapkorrels ("sleep grains") / slaapkorreltjes (with diminutive), slaapzand ("sleep sand")
German: Schlaf in den Augen ("sleep in the eyes") / Schlafsand ("sleep sand") / Schlafkörnchen ("little sleep grains"), (Schlaf)mätzchen, Schlafdreck ("sleep filth"), Augenpopel ("eye boogers")
Swedish: morgongrus ("morning greeting"), godmorgon/gomorron ("goodmorning"), sömn ("sleep")
Icelandic: stírur
Faroese: svøvnur (m) í eygunum, vágur (m)
Norwegian(Bm): snerk (m)
Norwegian(Nn): snerk(e) (m)

Catalan: lleganya/llaganya
Spaniard Spanish: legaña/lagaña/pitarra
Mexican Spanish: legaña/lagaña
Guatemalan/Honduran Spanish: chele/chelito
Salvadorian Spanish: chelito
European Portuguese: ramelas
Brazilian Portuguese: remela
French: chassie (med.)/cassieux/caca d'œil
Italian: cispa

Irish: brach ("pus"), sramaí ("gums")
Welsh: môl

Latvian: miegs ("sleep"), miedziņi ("sleepies")

Modern Greek: τσίμπλα tsímpla

Persian: ریم چشم rim-e cheshm ("rheum/gum of the eye"), ژفک zhafk (same), قی چسم qey-e cheshm ("emesis of the eye")

Estonian: rähm (can also refer to a film of liquid left on a glass, but I'm not sure which meaning came first), unerähm ("sleep-rähm")
Finnish: rääppä, rähmä, unirähmä, unihiekka
Hungarian: csipa
Livonian: sīlmamǟrga ("eye-puss")
Livvi-Karelian: rähmü (can also refer to a film of liquid left on a glass, but I'm not sure which meaning came first)
Ludic: riäžme (can also refer to a film of liquid left on a glass, but I'm not sure which meaning came first)
Inari Saami: siejâ (pus)
Kildin Saami: сӣйй (pus)
Northern Saami: siedja (pus)
Pite Saami: siejja (pus)
Skolt Saami: siõjj (pus)
Votic: drääni (one of many words for "devil," but also means secretion from the eyes)
Võro: rahk (can also refer to a film of liquid left on a glass, but I'm not sure which meaning came first); unõrahk ("sleep-rahk")

Turkish: çapak

Japanese: 目糞 mekuso ("eye-shit")

Korean: 눈곱/눈꼽 nunkkop ("eye-gunk")

Chinese: 眼屎 yánshǐ ("eye shit")

White Hmong (Daw): quav muag ("discharge [of the] eye")
Green Hmong (Njua): quav muag ("discharge [of the] eye")
Chuanqiandian Hmong: ghuad muas ("discharge [of the] eye")

Thai: ขี้ตา khîi taa ("discharge [of the] eye")

Tagalog: muta
Hawai'ian: [maka] piapia ("[eye] starchies")

Esperanto: dormgranoloj ("sleep grains") / okulgranoloj ("eye grains")

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Re: Rheum

Postby aldar » 2018-11-25, 15:18

+Czech

Medical English: rheum /ˈɹum/ (GA)
North American English: crust, sleep(ers), eye-boogers, sand, (eye)gook, gunk
Dutch: slaapkorrels ("sleep grains") / slaapkorreltjes (with diminutive), slaapzand ("sleep sand")
German: Schlaf in den Augen ("sleep in the eyes") / Schlafsand ("sleep sand") / Schlafkörnchen ("little sleep grains"), (Schlaf)mätzchen, Schlafdreck ("sleep filth"), Augenpopel ("eye boogers")
Swedish: morgongrus ("morning greeting"), godmorgon/gomorron ("goodmorning"), sömn ("sleep")
Icelandic: stírur
Faroese: svøvnur (m) í eygunum, vágur (m)
Norwegian(Bm): snerk (m)
Norwegian(Nn): snerk(e) (m)

Catalan: lleganya/llaganya
Spaniard Spanish: legaña/lagaña/pitarra
Mexican Spanish: legaña/lagaña
Guatemalan/Honduran Spanish: chele/chelito
Salvadorian Spanish: chelito
European Portuguese: ramelas
Brazilian Portuguese: remela
French: chassie (med.)/cassieux/caca d'œil
Italian: cispa

Irish: brach ("pus"), sramaí ("gums")
Welsh: môl

Latvian: miegs ("sleep"), miedziņi ("sleepies")

Czech: ospalky ("sleepies"), lojdy

Modern Greek: τσίμπλα tsímpla

Persian: ریم چشم rim-e cheshm ("rheum/gum of the eye"), ژفک zhafk (same), قی چسم qey-e cheshm ("emesis of the eye")

Estonian: rähm (can also refer to a film of liquid left on a glass, but I'm not sure which meaning came first), unerähm ("sleep-rähm")
Finnish: rääppä, rähmä, unirähmä, unihiekka
Hungarian: csipa
Livonian: sīlmamǟrga ("eye-puss")
Livvi-Karelian: rähmü (can also refer to a film of liquid left on a glass, but I'm not sure which meaning came first)
Ludic: riäžme (can also refer to a film of liquid left on a glass, but I'm not sure which meaning came first)
Inari Saami: siejâ (pus)
Kildin Saami: сӣйй (pus)
Northern Saami: siedja (pus)
Pite Saami: siejja (pus)
Skolt Saami: siõjj (pus)
Votic: drääni (one of many words for "devil," but also means secretion from the eyes)
Võro: rahk (can also refer to a film of liquid left on a glass, but I'm not sure which meaning came first); unõrahk ("sleep-rahk")

Turkish: çapak

Japanese: 目糞 mekuso ("eye-shit")

Korean: 눈곱/눈꼽 nunkkop ("eye-gunk")

Chinese: 眼屎 yánshǐ ("eye shit")

White Hmong (Daw): quav muag ("discharge [of the] eye")
Green Hmong (Njua): quav muag ("discharge [of the] eye")
Chuanqiandian Hmong: ghuad muas ("discharge [of the] eye")

Thai: ขี้ตา khîi taa ("discharge [of the] eye")

Tagalog: muta
Hawai'ian: [maka] piapia ("[eye] starchies")

Esperanto: dormgranoloj ("sleep grains") / okulgranoloj ("eye grains")[/quote]

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Re: Rheum

Postby Homine.Sardu » 2018-12-20, 14:30

+ Sardinian

Medical English: rheum /ˈɹum/ (GA)
North American English: crust, sleep(ers), eye-boogers, sand, (eye)gook, gunk
Dutch: slaapkorrels ("sleep grains") / slaapkorreltjes (with diminutive), slaapzand ("sleep sand")
German: Schlaf in den Augen ("sleep in the eyes") / Schlafsand ("sleep sand") / Schlafkörnchen ("little sleep grains"), (Schlaf)mätzchen, Schlafdreck ("sleep filth"), Augenpopel ("eye boogers")
Swedish: morgongrus ("morning greeting"), godmorgon/gomorron ("goodmorning"), sömn ("sleep")
Icelandic: stírur
Faroese: svøvnur (m) í eygunum, vágur (m)
Norwegian(Bm): snerk (m)
Norwegian(Nn): snerk(e) (m)

Catalan: lleganya/llaganya
Spaniard Spanish: legaña/lagaña/pitarra
Mexican Spanish: legaña/lagaña
Guatemalan/Honduran Spanish: chele/chelito
Salvadorian Spanish: chelito
European Portuguese: ramelas
Brazilian Portuguese: remela
French: chassie (med.)/cassieux/caca d'œil
Italian: cispa
Sardinian : tzìchima, tzìghima

Irish: brach ("pus"), sramaí ("gums")
Welsh: môl

Latvian: miegs ("sleep"), miedziņi ("sleepies")

Czech: ospalky ("sleepies"), lojdy

Modern Greek: τσίμπλα tsímpla

Persian: ریم چشم rim-e cheshm ("rheum/gum of the eye"), ژفک zhafk (same), قی چسم qey-e cheshm ("emesis of the eye")

Estonian: rähm (can also refer to a film of liquid left on a glass, but I'm not sure which meaning came first), unerähm ("sleep-rähm")
Finnish: rääppä, rähmä, unirähmä, unihiekka
Hungarian: csipa
Livonian: sīlmamǟrga ("eye-puss")
Livvi-Karelian: rähmü (can also refer to a film of liquid left on a glass, but I'm not sure which meaning came first)
Ludic: riäžme (can also refer to a film of liquid left on a glass, but I'm not sure which meaning came first)
Inari Saami: siejâ (pus)
Kildin Saami: сӣйй (pus)
Northern Saami: siedja (pus)
Pite Saami: siejja (pus)
Skolt Saami: siõjj (pus)
Votic: drääni (one of many words for "devil," but also means secretion from the eyes)
Võro: rahk (can also refer to a film of liquid left on a glass, but I'm not sure which meaning came first); unõrahk ("sleep-rahk")

Turkish: çapak

Japanese: 目糞 mekuso ("eye-shit")

Korean: 눈곱/눈꼽 nunkkop ("eye-gunk")

Chinese: 眼屎 yánshǐ ("eye shit")

White Hmong (Daw): quav muag ("discharge [of the] eye")
Green Hmong (Njua): quav muag ("discharge [of the] eye")
Chuanqiandian Hmong: ghuad muas ("discharge [of the] eye")

Thai: ขี้ตา khîi taa ("discharge [of the] eye")

Tagalog: muta
Hawai'ian: [maka] piapia ("[eye] starchies")

Esperanto: dormgranoloj ("sleep grains") / okulgranoloj ("eye grains")

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Re: Rheum

Postby Multiturquoise » 2019-03-25, 18:54

Romanian

Medical English: rheum /ˈɹum/ (GA)
North American English: crust, sleep(ers), eye-boogers, sand, (eye)gook, gunk
Dutch: slaapkorrels ("sleep grains") / slaapkorreltjes (with diminutive), slaapzand ("sleep sand")
German: Schlaf in den Augen ("sleep in the eyes") / Schlafsand ("sleep sand") / Schlafkörnchen ("little sleep grains"), (Schlaf)mätzchen, Schlafdreck ("sleep filth"), Augenpopel ("eye boogers")
Swedish: morgongrus ("morning greeting"), godmorgon/gomorron ("goodmorning"), sömn ("sleep")
Icelandic: stírur
Faroese: svøvnur (m) í eygunum, vágur (m)
Norwegian(Bm): snerk (m)
Norwegian(Nn): snerk(e) (m)

Catalan: lleganya/llaganya
Spaniard Spanish: legaña/lagaña/pitarra
Mexican Spanish: legaña/lagaña
Guatemalan/Honduran Spanish: chele/chelito
Salvadorian Spanish: chelito
European Portuguese: ramelas
Brazilian Portuguese: remela
French: chassie (med.)/cassieux/caca d'œil
Italian: cispa
Romanian: urdoare
Sardinian : tzìchima, tzìghima

Irish: brach ("pus"), sramaí ("gums")
Welsh: môl

Latvian: miegs ("sleep"), miedziņi ("sleepies")

Czech: ospalky ("sleepies"), lojdy

Modern Greek: τσίμπλα tsímpla

Persian: ریم چشم rim-e cheshm ("rheum/gum of the eye"), ژفک zhafk (same), قی چسم qey-e cheshm ("emesis of the eye")

Estonian: rähm (can also refer to a film of liquid left on a glass, but I'm not sure which meaning came first), unerähm ("sleep-rähm")
Finnish: rääppä, rähmä, unirähmä, unihiekka
Hungarian: csipa
Livonian: sīlmamǟrga ("eye-puss")
Livvi-Karelian: rähmü (can also refer to a film of liquid left on a glass, but I'm not sure which meaning came first)
Ludic: riäžme (can also refer to a film of liquid left on a glass, but I'm not sure which meaning came first)
Inari Saami: siejâ (pus)
Kildin Saami: сӣйй (pus)
Northern Saami: siedja (pus)
Pite Saami: siejja (pus)
Skolt Saami: siõjj (pus)
Votic: drääni (one of many words for "devil," but also means secretion from the eyes)
Võro: rahk (can also refer to a film of liquid left on a glass, but I'm not sure which meaning came first); unõrahk ("sleep-rahk")

Turkish: çapak

Japanese: 目糞 mekuso ("eye-shit")

Korean: 눈곱/눈꼽 nunkkop ("eye-gunk")

Chinese: 眼屎 yánshǐ ("eye shit")

White Hmong (Daw): quav muag ("discharge [of the] eye")
Green Hmong (Njua): quav muag ("discharge [of the] eye")
Chuanqiandian Hmong: ghuad muas ("discharge [of the] eye")

Thai: ขี้ตา khîi taa ("discharge [of the] eye")

Tagalog: muta
Hawai'ian: [maka] piapia ("[eye] starchies")

Esperanto: dormgranoloj ("sleep grains") / okulgranoloj ("eye grains")
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