I'm trying to find as many translations as I can for "small body of stars" for a project
help please & thank you.
A sign says, “Welcome aboard” in Afrikaans. How would it read? “Welkom -”?
How do you "don't you think?" in Italian?
I know the French version is "n'est-ce pas"
When we in the UK smile for the camera, we say 'cheese'! What do other languages say, and what does it mean?
Ukrainian & Russian: гриб
Gaeilge (Irish Gaelic): beacán or muisiriún
Bulgarian - гъба
Croatian - gljiva
Czech - houba
Dutch - paddenstoel
Greek - μύκης
Japanese - キノコ, 茸, きのこ (kinoko)
Korean - 버섯 (beoseot)
Latin - fungus, boletus
Norwegian - sopp
Portuguese - cogumelo
Romanian - ciuperca
Slovak - huba
Swedish - svamp
Yiddish: שוועמל (shveml)
Manx Gaelic: shalmane
Arabic: عشّ غراب (`ušš ghurāb), which literally means "crow's nest;" فطر (fuTr); شامبنيون (shampinyaun), from French, is also used, but less frequently, and in a more colloquial context
Just in case you ever get the urge:
Hefalumpum est is the Latin for 'oh my gosh look there is a large mythical creature'.
And I was brilliant as Piglet.
I had a history teacher and we would write Mrs Garden est horto on the blackboard before every lesson. Oh we thought we were so clever.
Other handy phrases.
I think I spelled them right. The're rude words - so don't say them to your French teacher.
The only other useful thing I have to impart is (no idea of the spelling) Noch DOK yach POLL!, which is where do you keep the chocolate in Klingon.