What is the word scissors in the German language?
"Schere" is the German word for "scissors"
The German word for settings is Einstellungen. The German word for language is Sprache.
The word can in German is "können."
language = Sprache
It is the word for "German" in the German language.
The German language has no word for 'fluffy'.
Not a German word...
"language" translates as "Sprache".
In German gift is geschenk.
Deutsch = German ("Doych" is close to how the word is pronounced.) Ein Deutscher = a German man Deutsche Sprache = German language
That is German.
The German word for housewife is Hausfrau
English is Englisch in german.
The German word for speed is Geschwindigkeit.
The word for language as in German, Chinese, English, etc. is la langue (same word as tongue). Language as in style of speech is le language.
Zinc came from the German language .
Irish language = "irische Sprache"
From the German word Thaler
German is the language that's the source of the word 'frau'.
It is "Bildung".
The Answer Is German
'sterben' is not a Dutch word, it is a German word and means 'to die'. Dutch (the language from the Netherlands) is often confused with 'Deutsch' (the German word for 'German')
there is no such word in the german language... sorry I couldn't even think of a word you could mean...
This is from the German language and it is the name of a common yellowish vegetable.
Germans and Austrians speak the same language, German. However, Haas is not a German word, it is a Dutch or Low German word (a very close language to German) meaning 'Hare' (as in rabbit). The German version of this word is 'Hase'. As to the previous poster, there were many Dutch and German immigrants to Poland during the 1400-1600s as they were engineers, which explains your Dutch or Low German name.
from the spanish MUSICA English is a Germanic language and the German word for music is Musik
Sherele is a Yiddish word that means small scissors. It is the name of a Jewish dance that is traditional in Eastern Europe.
The word stadion is not part of the Greek language, but in fact is German. This word translates into the English language as the word stadium.
From the German word Hamastra. The older English name for the animal was the German Rat
There is no such word as ruckscheck in the German language however there is one named Rucksack which means backpack.
"Neun" is the German word for the number nine.
German. It is spelled "nein" in German meaning "no" in English.
The German word for thinner is dünner (adjective)or Verdünner (noun).
the word rucksack is from the German language
Vogel is the German word for bird
It can be hard to remember all the word translations when learning a new language. The German word for dog bed is Hundebett.
The word "Dachshund" is German and means badger and dog.
German is a very complicated language and the word buchhaltung in German translates to accounting in English. Buchhaltung actually kind of sounds like Chinese when pronounced in German.
It is of high German language of Ashkenazi Jewish origin or Yiddish
It comes from the German word meaning "childrens garden"
doctor is translated doktor
peacock = Pfau
Latin thru German.
it comes from the german language
German, I do believe.
l'allemand Germany >>> allemagne
The proper adjective for Germany is German. The word German is also a demonym for a person from Germany, or for the primary language of Germany. Germanic is the proper adjective related to the German language.
A language is something people speak many languages like French,German,Italian.A language are the word that come out of our mouth.