ENGLISH WORDS THAT HUMOROUSLY MEAN SOMETHING ELSE IN OTHER LANGUAGES
Added on: 2nd Oct 2016
Also in German, this means “awesome” i.e. Das ist so
hammer! (That is so awesome!)
Yet again in German, this means “manure”.
If you say this to a Japanese person they will
understand “good morning”
In French this means “fart”. So when you go to
Paris, be careful when talking about your pets.
In Hindi, Urdu, and Farsi, this means “snow”
If you say “eagle” in German, it sounds like the word for
In Polish, Czech and some other Slavic languages
this can actually mean “yes”.
It actually means “fun” in Dutch. So “we hebben lol”
translates to “we are having fun”.