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The German word "Kummerspeck" translates to "grief bacon", and is their way of describing emotional overeating.

The German word "Kummerspeck" translates to "grief bacon", and is their way of describing emotional overeating.

10 Recent Scientifically Solved Mysteries

10 Recent Scientifically Solved Mysteries

Japanese--my mother tongue, consisting of Hiragana あいうえお, Katakana アイウエオ, and Kanji (Chinese characters) 愛. We even use roman characters. Maybe Kanji makes people to learn Japanese very hard. But I have some German friends who speak and write Japanese very well.

Japanese--my mother tongue, consisting of Hiragana あいうえお, Katakana アイウエオ, and Kanji (Chinese characters) 愛. We even use roman characters. Maybe Kanji makes people to learn Japanese very hard. But I have some German friends who speak and write Japanese very well.

Kummerspeck, German word, no English equivalent. Griefbacon

Kummerspeck, German word, no English equivalent. Griefbacon

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German Word of the Day - Schrebergarten

German Word of the Day - Schrebergarten

An archaic stroke chart of Japanese Hiragana characters. 日本語ひらがな文字の古風なストロークチャート。Via Kuboji on Tumblr. #learn #language #education

An archaic stroke chart of Japanese Hiragana characters. 日本語ひらがな文字の古風なストロークチャート。Via Kuboji on Tumblr. #learn #language #education

Longest German Word Being Dropped: The longest German word is being officially dropped from the language. The word is 'Rindfleischetikettierungsüberwachungsaufgabenübertragungsgesetz.' That's 63 letters, in case you don't want to count it. It's kind of an obscure legal term, coined by the Mecklenburg Western-Pomeranian state government in 1999 in order to facilitate testing of beef for mad cow disease.

Longest German Word Being Dropped: The longest German word is being officially dropped from the language. The word is 'Rindfleischetikettierungsüberwachungsaufgabenübertragungsgesetz.' That's 63 letters, in case you don't want to count it. It's kind of an obscure legal term, coined by the Mecklenburg Western-Pomeranian state government in 1999 in order to facilitate testing of beef for mad cow disease.

Sign language ~ words  ~  Hands can express so many things from language to love ♥ UAGE - Baby Sign Language Cards See our Sign Language Fonts at http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/American-Sign-Language-Style-Font-Family-531193

Sign language ~ words ~ Hands can express so many things from language to love ♥ UAGE - Baby Sign Language Cards See our Sign Language Fonts at http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/American-Sign-Language-Style-Font-Family-531193

The name of this savory sausage is the compound form of two German words — brat which means “fry” and wurst which means “sausage.” Bratwurst originated in Germany and has been around since the fourteenth century. August 16 is Bratwurst Day.

The name of this savory sausage is the compound form of two German words — brat which means “fry” and wurst which means “sausage.” Bratwurst originated in Germany and has been around since the fourteenth century. August 16 is Bratwurst Day.

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