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Remembering words, and etymology 10000
Deze pagina in het Nederlands Later addition, 17 March 2002 Remembering words, and etymology 9 January 2002 When learning a foreign language, I like to use a dictionary that in addition to meanings also gives some etymological information. Even if I don't try nor intend to remember the e ... - [detail] - [similar]
Woorden onthouden, en etymologie 4882
This page in English Latere toevoeging, 17 maart 2002 Woorden onthouden, en etymologie Bij het leren van een vreemde taal gebruik ik graag een woordenboek dat behalve betekenis ook wat etymologie geeft. Ook al zal ik die herkomst niet onthouden, en doe ik daar ook geen pogingen toe, toch ... - [detail] - [similar]
Why any next message in a thread is really nothing 3686
Why any next message in a thread is really nothing 22 June 2003 In French, nobody is ne ... personne . Example: Il n'y a personne , there's nobody there. But at the same time, personne does also mean person ! This seems contradictory. But it isn't, because ne ... personne really means no ... - [detail] - [similar]
Spanish de donde, from where, twice added de? 3402
Spanish de donde, from where, twice added de? When I learnt Portuguese onde for "where", I already knew Spanish donde (and ¿dónde? ) with the same meaning. This is confusing, because Portuguese also has a word donde , but it means "from where" ("whence" in older kinds of English), and co ... - [detail] - [similar]
Etymology 3352
Etymology About what language? Written in what language? Title Dutch, English Dutch Cloyingly Portuguese, Latin, Greek Interlingua Lugar vazio Arabic, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, English, Interlingua Interlingua Vocales arabe Arabic, Greek, Turkish, Farsi, Dutch Dutch Ja dat ma ... - [detail] - [similar]
The lute, al-`ud; vihuela, viola 3315
The lute, al-`ud; vihuela, viola The lute, al-`ud The musical instrument we call lute in English, (French: luth , German: Laute , Dutch: luit , Spanish: laúd , Portuguese: alaúde ) takes it name from the Arabic word al-`u:d , or العود in Arabic script . The definite article al has b ... - [detail] - [similar]
Halal and haram 3266
Halal and haram The meaning of the Arabic word halal is ‘(that which is) allowed, permitted or permissible'. Possible transcriptions of the word include ħalâl, ḥalāl and ħala:l. In Arabic it is spelled حلال . The root of the word is h-l-l, or حلّ in Arabic script. That verb has m ... - [detail] - [similar]
The vzajku religion 3173
Languages Contents Introduction Chapters 3.4–3.7 21 May 1989 4. The vzajku religion As stated in the first chapter, the vzajku *) religion knows no personal God. God is reflected in nature, man is part of nature, so God is in man. The relation of man to God is in essence the relation to ... - [detail] - [similar]
Portuguese words of Germanic origin 2821
Portuguese words of Germanic origin Although Portuguese is clearly a Romance language, one of the modern successors of Latin, it also has some Germanic loan-words. içar alar berma colcheia lastro, mastro grima escárnio içar Içar = to hoist, ‘erguer, levantar, alçar, alar'. The Porto Edit ... - [detail] - [similar]
Some critical points about the Slauerhoff CD by Cristina Branco 2794
Some critical points about the Slauerhoff CD by Cristina Branco Note that this not a full translation of the Dutch version , but only a summary. As a Cristina Branco fan I also have some criticism. For the CD Cristina Branco canta Slauerhoff Mila Vidal Paletti translated Dutch poems by S ... - [detail] - [similar]
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