german word for “i”
ich bin berliner.
german word for i.
kennedy once said: ich bin ein berliner!
delicious armenian dish made from bulghur wheat pellets in tomato paste with onion, red and green peppers, parsley and sometimes mint. sometimes ich is a bit spicy. pr-nounced as in the word “each”, and sometimes spelled “eech” or “itch”.
ays ich shad lav e! (this “ich” is very good!)
welsh slang word meaning “ugly” (derived from the welsh word “hyll”). its pr-nunciation is the same as the german word ich.
it is commonly used in the caernarfon area, most frequently by teenagers. it does not always literally mean “ugly”, but the meaning can usually be worked out from the context.
“basdad ich cont!” (literally: “you ugly b-st-rd, c-nt”. used as an expression of annoyance at someone. the addition of cont to the sentence does not change the meaning, but is simply added for no reason by some residents of caernarfon.)
german word for “i” as in yourself, not something you see with.
ich jus ayt uh pickull, an et wuzz gouuuuuououoooood!
the number that one calls for the wambulance. “wah! i stubbed my toe!” “stop cryin’ you, or i’ll dial 9-wah-wah!”
- 9x19mm nato
one of the alternative names for 9x19mm parabellum used by numerous pistols, sub machine guns and pistol-calibre carbines. the origional was developed by the germans for the 9mm luger pistol, hence the americans also knowing the round as 9x19mm luger. it’s all the same thing. the nato part comes from the fact that it is […]
- 9x19mm parabellum
the caliber used commonly for all handguns chambered for 9mm. the origins of the caliber are from germany. this caliber was used in the n-z-‘s walther p38’s. today 9x19mm parabellum is used in all kinds of 9mm handguns, even various submachine guns. “9mm is thee common name for this caliber.” -me
- 9 x 9
it’s what you have when you flip out. my wife found out that i was drinking all night and she about had a f-ck-ng 9 x 9.
- looney juice
extra strength lager ie: tennants extra or carlsberg special brew spesh a particular fave with drunkards or down and outs “he looks a bit wobbly, been on the looney juice me thinks”