What does Guadalupe mean in German?
The name Guadalupe comes from a Spanish place with the same name. It is the site of a renowned convent. In Mexico, Guadalupe is the name for the Virgin Mary; so there is no accurate translation for this name in German.
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Guadalupe is a Spanish name for a river valley that was derived from Arabic. It means river or valley of the wolf. Actually, it is derived from Nahuatl and was transcribed into Spanish as Guadalupe because of the pronunciation. Guadalupe is of Native origin (Mexico during the colonization). Guadal…upe is a mixed Arabic-latin toponym that means "river of the she-wolf" (Guad-, from Arab Wadi, tha means river and -lupe from latin lupa that means she-wolf). The name comes from the homonym spanish village but there is another famous Guadalupe in Mexico named after the spanish village. (MORE)
When Our Lady first appeared to Juan Diego she told him her name was Our Lady of Guadalupe, or that is what was understood by Juan Diego. When he told the bishop of Mexico City, the bishop took it to mean Guadalupe in Spain, with which he was familiar. You must remember that Juan Diego spoke little …Spanish and the bishop spoke little Nahuatl so words and sounds may have become misunderstood on both sides. However, the name has stuck now for nearly 500 years (MORE)
A spanish toponym that derives from the Arabic word for valley or river, or as well as "moon."
Guadalupe means Wolf River. The original town and monestery of Guadalupe in Spain was founded on the banks of the River Guadalupe in an area in which wolves lived.
Blitzkreig is German. What it means in English is lightning war , and the term "blitz" is applied to the bombings of various cities in Britain during the Second World War. More technically, it was the coordinated invasion by aerial bombing and motorized infantry that conquered Poland in Septem…ber, 1939, and France and Belgium in May, 1940. The sea invasion of Britain from across the Channel never materialized, in part due to the resources expended on the Eastern Front against the Soviet Union. (MORE)
"HORT" means "play-room" or "day-nursery" . In poetry, "haven" or "refuge" .. "HÃRT" means "listen"
relevant, pertinent, fitting. eg The Judge ruled that his evidence was not germane to the case and should be ignored.
IÂ´m not sure if I got your question right. If you wanted to know what "the" means in German, heres the answer: While the English language has just one article ("the") there are three of them in German. You have "Der" for male words, "Die" for female words and "Das" for neutral words. For example… you would say "Der Hund" but "Die Blume" while in English you would be using "the" for both words ("the dog", "the flower") ItÂ´s really kind of complicated Â´cause without knowing it by learning you can hardly tell what gender aword is. Even the German people sometimes have problems to know the article of a word they do not know. Answer I suspect he wanted to know about the umlaut, the two dots over some German vowels. The umlaut changes u from u as in mutt to oo as in moo it changes a from a as in mad to e as in med it changes o from o as in top to er as in tern (MORE)
"can" in the sense of being able to do something means "kÃ¶nnen".. In the sense of a can of coke or something it is "Dose".
Being German means that you, or someone else, is from, or has ancestors from, the European country of Germany. ___ First and foremost it means being a citizen of Germany.
It is a word used to describe every nation or person that has Germanic roots or language.(Britain,Germany,Iceland,Luxemburg,Belgium,Austria,Norway etc.)
Mean in German: bedeuten, meinen. Mean if a synonym is cruel would be 'gemein'. Just like English the word 'mean' has two mean ings. You might 'mean'(intend) to say that someone is a 'mean' (cruel) person.
A basilica (english word) is a place of prayer, similar to a church. La Basilica de Guadalupe would then mean to non-spanish speakers " The Basilica of Guadalupe".
On the, or by the. Frankfurt am Main translates as Frankfurt (a town) on the (river) Main.
Stitch is not a German word, Stich, however is. Depending on context, it means stitch, stabbing pain, (insect) bite, sting, prick, stab, jab Im Stich lassen - to desert, to leave in the lurch, to maroon, to abandon
Carnival. A famous carnival period in Germany is Fasching, which starts at 11.11 on the 11th day of the 11th month and lasts until Ash Wednesday.
Kapo is actually derived from the French word for 'corporal' (Caporal) or the Italian word 'Capo'. In German it means 'foreman'.
Habt is the present tense second person plural conjugation of the verb haben: Ich habe Du hast er/sie/es hat wir haben Ihr habt sie haben Sie haben It means have
Deckdatum is a term used by stud services and refers to the date a bitch/mare/cow or other female animal was serviced.It can be translated as: cover date, date of siring, date of service
I am unaware of any such word in German. Please check your spelling. If you mean Platzkuchen , it cannot be translated. It is a German regional type of "cake" especially from west Saxony. Also known as Huckelkuchen or AuflÃ¤ufer , the ingredients are egg yolks, wheat meal, oil, schnapps, D…ie Zutaten des Kuchens sind: Eigelb, Weizenmehl, Ãl, Schnaps(high proof), and salt. The cake is baked for a shport time at very high tepmperature, until it obtains a golden colour. During the baking proscess the alcohol evaporates causing the cake to rise unevenly and form "peaks" and "valleys" known in the local dialect as Huckel. (MORE)
Leader or guide! In a milatary setting it means leader or guide with no formal qualifications.
Euer is the plural informal word for your. It is a demonstrative pronoun It is also an adjective, e.g. Euer Hoheit - Your Highness, Euer MajestÃ¤t - Your Majesty
In English, heisse means called . E.g. Ich heisse Bob = I am called Bob. also the adjective " hot " can be meant by that - as in i.e. " heisse Suppe " = hot soup
Depending on context, glÃ¤nzend can be translated as: radiant, brilliantly, brilliant, shiny, shining, glossy, bright, resplendent, sparkling, splendid, magnificent, famously.
Abitur is the final exam you take in year 12, which further on will count for you university admission
Possible root Schmelz meaning melt, or enamel -le is normally used to indicate the diminutive form, meaning little
There is no German word "Isa". It could be a short form of the name "Isabell".
Altergott when translated means "older god" alt means old er means er and gott means god so its older god. ========= The German word for older is Ã¤lter , so older god would be Ãlterer Gott When used as a noun, Alter translates as age When used as an adjective …alter translates as old so logically, Altergott would be old god (MORE)
Sicre is not a German word. The closest I can think of is sicher which translates as: safe secure sure certain certainly definite definitely
Adresszusatz doesn't really have an English equivalent but the closest translation I can come up with is address addendum . It is an extra line in (on-line) address documents for more information about the address. You could use it to put in a floor or suite number if the recipient lives or works… in a large building, or specify a department. (MORE)
According to Martin Gore, guitarrist with the band Depeche Mode, the name of the band was taken from a French fashion magazine called DÃ©pÃªche mode, explaining that "It means hurried fashion or fashion dispatch" The German translation would be Modedepesche Modebericht or hastig…e Mode Ã¼bereilte Mode (MORE)
Basketball means nothing in German. Basketball is an English word. The word derived from the fact that you shoot a ball into a basket to score.
Anzeiger can, depending on context, be translated as: needle (of a gauge) indicator detector advertiser index gazette journal pointer marker
The English word hat translates as Hut in German. The German word hat translates as has in English.
Sanft translates as: gentle, gently meek, meekly smooth, smoothly mellow soft, softly mild, mildly silken, silky
Niche is not a German word. It is derived from the French word niche (recess), which in turn comes from the Latin nidus , meaning nest. The word means: a shallow recess, especially one in a wall to display an ornament. a comfortable or suitable position in life. a specialized but prof…itable corner of the market. Ecology a role taken by a type of organism within its community. (MORE)
well, it means there crip, but, that doesn't sound right. it is what my translator said, though. So, you might have gotten the words wrong. Da crip sounds like a German speaker trying to say the Jailhouse-English phrase "tha crib."
It's not an actual word. It's probably an acronym. It is possible that verh. is an abbreviation of verheiratet meaning married
Samstag is the German word for Saturday and means (as in English) Day of Saturn. It is derived from Old High German Sambaztac, which in turn is derived from the Greek sabbaton from the Hebrew Å abbatai (Star (Saturn) of the Å abbat).
It's a name that is pronounced and written the same way it is in English. It's a name from Old French, meaning 'domain of Curtius'.
Kann is the first person, present tense conjugation of the verb kÃ¶nnen , meaning can.
Kindergarten literally translates as children's garden and refers to an establishment where children below the age of compulsory education play and learn; a nursery school.
Klar can be translated as: clear clearly obvious obviously egg white (food) understood (alles klar) of course! (na klar!)
DDR stands for "Deutsche Demokratische Republik", the "German Democratic Republic" (former Eastern Germany from 1949 - 1990)
Some scholars say that "Germanus" (formerly written in Latin as "germanvs") derives from "germ", "to sow, to disseminate", "unfolding", with a conotation of spread but become and kept "relative" or "akin", this referring to the arrival of "barbarous" (but... accepted...) tribes to the borders of anc…ient Roman Empire or something alike. On the other hand, the word "hermanus" in Latin means "brother", and we learn that... ancient Germans constituted a kind of "political friendship" (the "Sacred Roman-German Empire") with ancient Romans. Germans do not use this word for themselves; they are "deutsch" (from "teutsch", from "teutonisch" or people of the Teutons, a mountain range). It is most likely derived from the Teutonic statesman Arminius, known as Herrman to the Germanic tribes of his origin, who laid the groundwork for the Roman-German relationship. (MORE)
It's the past form of haben . I had - ich hatte you had - du hattest he/she had - er/sie hatte we had - wir hatten you had - ihr hattet they had - sie hatten
There are several towns by this name in the US and elsewhere. A large French island (French spelling: 'la Guadeloupe') in the Carribbean is also named that way.
Jose Guadalupe Posada is a Illustrator whose satirical drawing "La Catrina" is one of the most recognizable figures of the Day of the Dead.
The German word for pretzel is Brezel, and it means pretzel in German. It comes from Latin and originally was used as a kind of bread in Catholic traditions.
The address of the Guadalupe Library is: 4719 W. Main St., Unit D, Guadalupe, 93434 1321