First Steps in German Idioms; Containing an Alphabetical List of Idioms, Explanatory Notes and Examination Papers

First Steps in German Idioms; Containing an Alphabetical List of Idioms, Explanatory Notes and Examination Papers

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1891 edition. Excerpt: ...Yet also gerner and am gernften are met with. Thus Chamisso has tmb gerner fidj format am StntbUd beiner Stugen"; and Schiller, 3d)bab eucb immer am gernften gebabt." The Verb gefcen, and the English yearn are of the same origin. 42 (99) (c)ttrtfcc--O. H. G. ginade.--The word means originally stooping, condescension, and is connected with naben. cb, luoltte midj auf 3bre (c)nabe unb Ungnabe ju Sbren giijjen tuerfeu." Tieck. 43 (100) (c)(inttett--O. H. G. gunnan--M. H. G. gunnen--composed of the prefix ge and unnan, to wish well to some one. (101) (c)raucn.--Compare Goethe, cinvidj, mir graut'S for Sir!" 44 (102) Exactly the French: tu as beau dire.--Compare Goethe, "Stber man bat gut reben, gut W -" anbern raten." K Page 4 (io3) $flflCftOlj. O. H. G. hagastalt and hagustalt = unmarried. It originally meant an unmarried servant (m.) living on a fenced round small estate. Components: hag, hedge, fence, and (Goth.) staid (ans), possessing (Weigand). 48(104) The Fch. penchant means exactly the German aiig. (105) SButgelbaUtn is also spelt 3ur, telbatnn, derived from burjdn or purjfln, to stretch upward what has naturally a downward bent, and baumeit, to rear. For danStVtttfl we bave an English word, yack Pudding and the French yean Potage. The German word first appeared in a Low German form early in the 16th century. As representing the clown in a theatre the name of S?an$tuUrft is to be seen in a play acted in 1573. (Weigand.) (106) Igtapevtl = to stop, to be at a standstill. illit bem granjofifi'b.eii bnpcrte cS ettuaS.' (Heine.) fflei ben Stu gangen, bpcrt'-i" (Heinsc.) Saran fiicdjt icb., morbt'eS fycipern&show more

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  • 1236570197
  • 9781236570192