Plautdietsch Word of the Day

Plautdietsch word of the day: jreewe

Plautdietsch word of the day: jreewe

“ya know, people who don’t eat jreewe don’t know what they are missing”!

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Plautdietsch word of the day: duckadeia

Plautdietsch word of the day: duckadeia

Plautdietsch word of the day: duckadeia Pronounced: dook-a-day-a What it sounds like: a daily energy vitamin What it really means: seesaw  Example: Hein and Leina went for a trip to Caldwell Kansas to visit Heins’s Oom Peita. Peita Platt was Hein’s mother’s third-cousin by half on her father’s Toews side of the family. They’d moved to Kansas after things started to become too weltlich (worldly) in Wisconsin. Leina was amazed to see how wonderfully simple family life was in Kansas.   They saw familys’ enjoying time outside. “Oba mein siet ech sai,… sie hant noch en duckadeia fu de chjinga”! (My...

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