Wiktionary:Requested entries (German)

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  • Think twice before adding long lists of words as they may be ignored.
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  • Don’t simply replace words with what you believe is the correct form. The form here may be rare or regional. Instead add the standard form and comment that the requested form seems to be an error in your experience.

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Originally, the term "i-Dötzchen" had the same meaning as the term "i-Pünktchen" has which refers to the dot on top of the letter i. Today the usage of "i-Dötzchen" is generally restricted to the first-graders while the term "i-Pünktchen" points to the dot of the letter i. Hence, a "Dötzchen" is in literal sense a little dot. Don't know whether the word "Dotz" is still in use. --91.61.108.148 01:56, 7 December 2013 (UTC)

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  • finkeln
  • Fitschen: see w:de:Fitschenband
  • Flächenachse f: one of the symmetry axes of a cube
  • Flins (from Low Prussian dialect)
  • Flugrekorder m: flight recorder, "black box" | Flug + Rekorder. Longtrend (talk) 15:48, 9 June 2012 (UTC)
  • forma mentis: 2011, Ronald Benedikter, “Soziales Bank- und Finanzwesen”, in Sozialimpulse 2011-1: “Allerdings rühren auch diese Maßnahmen nicht an den Kern des Problems: An die bisherige Kultur, die “forma mentis” des Umgangs mit Kapital und die Grundmechanismen des internationalen Finanzsystems – also an das finanzpolitische Paradigma, das weitgehend unverändert weiterbesteht.”

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  • Landsturm: "that part of the reserve force in Germany which is called out last" (Webster 1913)
  • Leberkäs, Leberkas, Leberkaas m a type of meat-loaf with liver, esp. popular in South Germany. The standard spelling would be "Leberkäse", the others are dialect variations

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  • nachpatzen:
    • 1919, Rudolf Steiner, Allgemeine Menschenkunde als Grundlage der Pädagogik, Dornach 1992, p.153
      Und heute kann noch niemand die plastische Kunst des Menschen wirklich durchdringen, der sich nicht bewußt wird dieses Zusammenhanges des Menschen mit dem Weltall. Sonst patzt er immer nur äußerlich die Naturformen nach.

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  • paarmal: a few times
  • Paparz (from Low Prussian dialect)
  • Pawirpen (from Low Prussian dialect)
  • Pfötchen - diminutive of Pfote?
  • phantastisch
  • Piefke: see de:Piefke and w:de:Piefke
    • 2010, February, w:de:Andreas Hoppe, “Ich bin dann mal da! Das Abenteuer der regionale Ernährung”, in demeter Journal
      Tiefes spirituelles Erleben dort hat mich mental zurückgeführt in den Berliner Garten meines Opas, wo ich als Piefke glücklich war und genährt wurde in jeder Beziehung.

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  • überein
  • übermütig -- "sie war übermütig " from Snow White in German. See Spiegel.
  • Überschall - German Wiktionary has this as a noun, with an English adjective translation!
  • umfloss - simple past of umfließen
  • Um und Auf: 1886, Rudolf Steiner, Grundlinien einer Erkenntnistheorie der goetheschen Weltanschauung, p.58f: Man hat ja das ganze Um und Auf des Erkennens schon mit der letzteren gegeben. See also: de:um.
  • unbeirrt not dissuaded, sticking to an opinion/plan etc. in spite of opposition
  • ungehindert die Last ungehindert bewegen kann

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