Favourite words

I wrote some of my favourite words in the languages I’ve studied:

  • BG: щурец, чушка, човъркам, крещя, галя, тъпан, тръшкам
  • EN: thorough, they, precious, sure, shepherd
  • D: Tür, gehen, sehen
  • ES: alegría, sueño. perder, traer, otoño, caer, llavar, tomar
  • FR: cadeau, chaque, enfant, toujours
  • IT: preduto, fatto, chiaro, prego, primavera
  • (N)GR: ξέχασα, χαιρετίζματα, αγαπάω, ξεχνάω, χιόνι, γάλα, μάτια
  • CZ: moře, milujem (tě)
  • ESP: —-
  • SR: кућа, добро, љубим, желим, рођен
  • TR: ediyor, tarih, yazıyour, yavaş, başka
  • RO: trăiesc, iubesc, vreau, doar, soarele
  • TG: silid, kapag, tulog, ilog
  • RUS: сволочь, девочка, день
  • PT: regiração, dizer, verão, desejo
  • NR: brødrene, knær, snø, øynene, ørene, hverandre
  • LAT: praetor, honor, ferrebantur
  • (A)GR: τραχεῖα, Ἁληκαρνάσος, καταστρέφω, ἀποκάλυψις, κῖς, ῥήμα, ἀπόφθεγμα
  • I have some other fav words in other langs such as Swedish kvinnorna and lots of words in Hebrew :}

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    8 thoughts on “Favourite words

    1. Sound/looks like a noun formed from the verb regirar, only that the verb itself isn’t so common, and such a noun is something I’ve never seen or heard. Yet, since it does have this Portuguese-like structure, I wouldn’t have got surprised if you’d told me it’s used in Portugal. 🙂

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