And NORSE CONTENT! OP: "very basic comparison between Icelandic, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, & Finnish languages from the Stand Still. Stay Silent webcomic (which is set in a post-apocalyptic Scandinavia)" (with cats.
European countries are just plain weird.BAGGED WATER and BAGGED MILK? And not to mention, windows with no screens?(no wonder you guys had the Black Plague)<<<I am German and I have never heard of bagged water or milk before
Say what? 11 untranslatable words from other cultures [Infographic]
11 Untranslatable Words From Other Cultures Infographic - I adore this. I believe language shapes thought just as much as thought shapes language. I always think of untranslatable words as a glimpse into the most subtly unique aspects of other cultures.
In Turkish we call it "ejderha" it is not a word mixed with couple of words it directly means dragon. Sometimes we use "ejder" short version of "ejderha". When we use it we criticise harmony between words
okay, imma tell y'all a story. So i talk finnish as my native language. finnish word for lips is huulet and i somehow convinced my mind that finnish word for lips is lipset. i don't know why or how, but to still every time i try to talk about lips