What would you like to do?
Woraus wird Blütenhonig und Waldhonig gemacht?
Blut und Ehre is pronounced b'loot unt era.
von = from zu = at "von und zu" appears in a German noble's name as do "von" or "zu" separately. ("und" means "and") The "von" part indicates where the family came f…rom. That would be a town or region. The "zu" indicates where the family is now. And by "is" I mean the lands over which that noble family has control. What that shows is that "von und zu" together indicate a family that originated in a place and still holds control there. General answer is that "von un zu" refers to a person descended from German nobility that held sway over a region for quite some time. These titles date back hundreds of years and were only legally invalidated in Germany in 1913. Other countries legalities vary.
"und du" is German and means "and you".
Underfund. underfund UNDerfUND and underground
it means: Great, and you?
The English language equivalent of de unde eşti is where are you from. de unde esti ? It means where are you from in Romanian language
Underground. Also, Underfund.
gemacht is the past tense of "to make" (made). Ich habe das auch gemacht. - I have also made that.
Was hast du heute Morgen gemacht = what did you do this morning
Performances vary somewhat, but it is generally referred to as a five hour opera spanning three acts.
The German word 'und' translates into English as 'and.'
"Hast du so gemacht" means "Did you make that?", literally "Hast thou that made?". ======== Was hast Du so gemacht? is a German colloquialism that would come up in mid-convers…ation and means what did you get up to? e.g. Ich habe das Wochenende in Köln verbracht. - Oh, und was hast Du so gemacht (während Du da warst)? I spent the weekend in Cologne. - Oh, and what did you get up to (while you were there)?