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0815 (Nullachtfunfzehn)
0815 (Nullachtfunfzehn)
Posted by: FnordiusRating:0.3  
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Boring, common, unoriginal, monotonous. Originally from the standard soldier's gun developed in 1908. Every soldier had it. Later (1915) that gun was reworked and enhanced. The name for that gun was 0815 by then. But it was still the standard gun. As it was something very common and nothing special Germans began to use that expression to describe boring "standard"- things.
It is not nullachtfünfzehn, it must be nullachtFUFFzehn, because it is just used in slang and not in the high language Comment by: Michi   
Would someone mind translating the following German comments into English for me? I would greatly appreciate it! :) 1. das seht ihr aber gefährlich aus, da kriege ich ja angst 2. haha, der James mit der Hanna :) was n lustiges Bild:) wo isn das entstanden? FF06?? 3. schnieker ring, schnieke titten und schnieke kotelletten!! Comment by: Natalie   
Natalie: "1.you look that dangerous there that i am already frightened 2.haha, james and hanna. whadda funny pic. where's that been taken at? ff06?? 3.cool ring, cool tits and cool sideburns!!" Comment by: kraut   
The 0815 was a notoriously poorly performing machinegun, which was prone to jamming. Often the term "0815" was used to describe something that simply didn't work, and usually at the worst possible moment. Comment by: John   
I know, wrong place to ask this, but has anyone ever heard of the phrase, "Ich hab ne KaWa MiPi"? Comment by: Alex   
Is Null Achtzehn used or just Null AchtFUNFzehn? Comment by: Becki   
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0815 (Nullachtfunfzehn)
0815 (Nullachtfunfzehn)
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cookie cutter approach
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3/11'er (drei-elfer), skooly, smalzig
3/11'er (drei-elfer), skooly, smalzig
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3.11 (three-dot-eleven), old school, frumpy (slang of coders) out of fashion; obsolete people source: Windows 3.11; obsolete, illogically, non-stable
He's a three-dot-eleven!
hahah oh funnyy stuff Comment by: megan   
hey i just want to know what gefickt means. as in dien leben ist gefickt Comment by: trip   
"skooly" and "smalzig" are not even german. yiddish, maybe? Comment by: kraut   
it's 'Yiddish' hence the topic of slang, if you're German you would have heard slang in some vocabulary...not necessarily a German derivative. Comment by: Kraut2   
thats bullsh seriously.. and to "trip" gerfickt means like fuct up, or getting f*cked or so.. dunno exactly how to translate.. but im half german so u can use it in a sentence like.. du bist gefickt.. Comment by: carina   
it's probably really old german slang. there's this slang website and i'd only heard of two of the words but then i noticed it was updated in 2001 :) Comment by: Susannah   
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abrippen
abrippen
Posted by: BruceRating:1.0  
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to steal
Wieder so ein verdeutschtes englisches wort - to rip (reissen) to rip off (bescheissen). Comment by: Aldie Funzel   
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ach arschloch, du schtisnst vi coo scheisse
ach arschloch, du schtisnst vi coo scheisse
Posted by: cestaRating:0.9  
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"Hey asshole, you smell like cow shit!" (1) to say he/she is a ugly guy (2) to dislike somebody/something
"Ach Arschloch, du stinkst wie Kuhscheisse" -> AW, Asshole, you smell like cow crap Comment by: Culexus   
Better: Du stinkst aus`m Mund, wie `ne Kuh aus`m Arsch. Your breath smells like a cow cut the cheese. Comment by: Peer (Hamburg)   
I have been told this all my life. My father, who was a Englisch teacher, would agree that "Hey asshole, you smell like cowshit" is VERY accurate. Thanks Comment by: Bruno    Rated:4/5
that is totally wrong... it means you asshole you smell like cow shit... however it is spelt wrong... you guys are all retarded learn german before you write shit like that Comment by: tack   
After spending several years in Germany, I thought I was up on its slang but new words come along all the time. I ran across "knackarsch" in a forum. I know what the separate words mean but not when put together Comment by: kycol   
Knackarsch heit ,,tight ass" Comment by: RobertW   
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Achi
Achi
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Wie gehts Achi
Wrong Comment by: hannibal    Rated:1/5
i've never heard that one Comment by: Jutta    Rated:1/5
WTF? This doesn't even exist in german... Comment by: b_i_d   
Achi in hebrw = my brother I think someone made a mistake Comment by: some israeli guy   
Es soll sein, 'wie geht es dir' oder 'wie geht es Ihnen'? Comment by: joyoti sen   
must be from arab "achi", my brother. can imagine that it is used in some german areas with high percentage of libanese youngsters in slang Comment by: greek   
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Alda / Alta (Alter), Keule
Alda / Alta (Alter), Keule
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"Dude", personal pronoun (you; familar)
Hey dude!
It's a deliberately wrong version of "Alter" (meaning "old one") which is a short form of "old friend". "Alda" started as german hip-hop slang. Comment by: b_i_d   
further words with same meaning: Kumpel (antiquated),Kollege, Dicker(Diggae)(means "fat guy" actually Comment by: Jung   
he's right Comment by: andy   
Well I thought Dicker came from like "dicke freunde sein" (to be good/close friends), so he would be my "dicker freund" Comment by: Lutz   
(cont...) and thats where Dicker comes from, so i thought anyway Comment by: Lutz   
Berliner dialect (not only understood in Berlin), equivalent to bro' or bud Comment by: kraut   
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Ars
Ars
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big cunt stupid bitch
Und wo in der deutschsprachigen Welt ist dieses Wort denn benutzt? Ich hab's nie gehört. Comment by: Jürg    Rated:1/5
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Arschloch
Arschloch
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Asshole.
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Arschloch-Kind
Arschloch-Kind
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asshole-child, a mean little kid thats a pain in the neck
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Asi
Asy
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Abbreviation of "asocial". A chronic loser, often without a job or receiving welfare. Someobdy who doesn't care about social mores.
Further words with same meaning: Penner, Stinker Friendly or lovely: Schlumpf ( old famous european Comic) "Die kleinen, blauen Schluempfe" Means: tiny little blue-colored goblins, living in toadstoolhouses. Comment by: Jung   
The Smurfs, in English. Comment by: smurflover   
It's actually spelled wrong. It's called assi with two 's' and it's the short form for assozial (asocial). Punks often call themselves Assis. XD Comment by: Drowning   
Asi ist eine Abkrzung fr asozial, was im Englischen nennen wir ,,white trash". Comment by: RobertW   
@Drowning, it's asozial. With one s. So asi is correct. Comment by: me   
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asshole, arse, ass, motherfucker
Spacken, Hackfresse, Fischkopf, Stinker, Arschkecks, Wichser
Posted by: cestaRating:0.2  
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an asshole
I'm a German, and you wouldn't really use Fischkopf, and Arschkeks??? What is that supposed to be? Comment by: Julia   
Actually, they do exist in german... 'Fischkopf' is a moderate term of abuse used on people from northern germany (e.g. 'Die Fischköppe' - 'Köppe' = plural/dialect for Kopf). As for 'Arschkeks', well i've heard it a few times but i guess it's not used that frequently (for the record: yes, i'm german) Comment by: A   
Asshole=Arschloch; Arse=Arsch; Ass=Arsch; Motherf*cker=Mutterficker and the worst german insult is Hurensohn=Son of a bitch Comment by: Thomas   
Hurensohn - Son of a whore. And Arschkeks isn't really an insult, its more like a loving "you (funny/charming) little ass!" -> you're an ass-cookie.. :D Comment by: blablubb   
I live in Hamburg and was once on holiday in Bavara where someone called me a "Fischkopp". Apparently anybody who lives in northern Germany is a "Fischkopf" (probably because southern 'Müslifresser' think we all just go fishing). Definitely doesn't mean arsehole though. Wherever you found this word to mean that is a 100% incorrect resourse. Comment by: Jürg    Rated:1/5
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Asy
Asy
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Description for a poor guy. But actually it means an idiot.
Nicht so gut, denn es ist von 'asozial' abgeleitet und wrde eher 'Assi' geschrieben bzw. gesprochen. Comment by: Rossi    Rated:2/5
non-existant; supposedly a corrupted spelling of "Asi" which means Asozialer or asozial, meaning lowlife, trailer park trash. Comment by: kraut   
yeah i agree your retarded... Comment by: tack   
Tack, I think you meant to say, "You're retarded". Which, ironically makes YOU look retarded. Comment by: RobertW   
I was actually thinking the exact same thing...who is the retard now? Comment by: Meli-Mel   
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bescheuert
bescheuert
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Posted by: rossiRating:1.9  
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A person or thing like an idea. Means literally 'scrubbed'. Slight profanity, but not much. Heritage is unclear, possibly from 'scrubbed until nothing left'.
Das ist Bescheuert! Bist du Bescheuert?
I thought it was used in a similar context as 'retarded' eg. "That movie was totally retarded"... dunno... Does anyone have a clearer definition? Comment by: Brokenstreetlite   
Further words with same meaning: bekloppt, "der hat ein an`ne Waffel", "sprung in`ne Schssel" means: He`s crazy/freaky more rough: "Der hat den Schuss nich mehr gehoert" means: so much mad that he becomes stupid Comment by: Jung   
bescheuert means stupid Comment by: Paula    Rated:1/5
no that is not what that means.. translation is you didnt listen to me Comment by: Dr. Davidson    Rated:5/5
post was referring to "Der hat den Schuss nich mehr gehoert" means: so much mad that he becomes stupid [Comment by: Jung ] Comment by: Dr. Davidson    Rated:5/5
Bescheuert is like crazy, or reatrded. "Bist du bescheuert Alter?" Comment by: hailey   
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Bumsen
knallen
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making love, "bang"
'Knallen' wre sehr ungewhnlich. 'Bumsen' ist wesentlich verbreiteter. Comment by: Rossi   
es ist Gut Comment by: Giovannii Bach    Rated:4/5
"Bumsen" does indeed mean "to bang" but it carries two connotations: one meaning merely to bang or bump into something or someone, and the other meaning "to bang" (sexual connotation), i.e., "to f*ck," just as "to bang" is used in English--to mean both things. "Ficken" is the obvious cognate of the English "to f*ck." I remember with amusement my days as a student in Germany partlly because in those days, there were round bumper stickers or window stickers that said "Ficken, Fressen, Fernsehen." It says a good deal about my "mind" that I remember *that.* Schoenen Tag noch! Richard. Comment by: Richard    Rated:3/5
I am German and knallen is very common. Bumsen on the other hand is very old-fashioned. It was used in the 80's. Nobody ever uses it anymore. Today you'd say vögeln or knallen. Ficken too but ficken is a lot more "degrading" (degrading sex) Comment by: Paula    Rated:3/5
how would you say "f*ck my life" or something like it? haha its something i say quite frequently in english and i was wondering if there was an equivalent in German Comment by: Aymee   
fick mein leben Comment by: K   
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cell, bullet, full station, ampul
Huellse, Patrone, Tankstation, Ampulle, Rescure-Kit
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slang of germans army: an bottle filled with alcohol; (often: bier)
-erase this- Comment by: kraut   
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cool
cool
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if something is very good or nice.
It's kuhl. Comment by: Hitler   
wtf thats english asshole ok and it is not germandipshit kuhl Comment by: wrong shit    Rated:1/5
it's GEIL auf Deutsch Comment by: r town   
"Geil" is the slang equivilent to cool in german... Comment by: jessii   
In my five years of German classes I've learned that Germans use "kuhl" to mean "a little cold", but they use "cool" (just like the english word, with that spelling and everything) to describe something that is neat, awesome, interesting, etc. Comment by: Tyler   
a little cold is kühl hahaha but cool is kool in german Comment by: deutsche   
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dicht
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Standard German: dense, close to sth. Slang: a drunk person
usually used as "du bist NICHT dicht" (you're stupid) Comment by: michi   
Michis comment isn't entirely right. You can use "dicht" as "Man, bist du dicht." ("Man, are you drunk") or as "Du bist nicht ganz dicht." ("You are crazy."). Comment by: b_i_d   
ich bin dicht - i am boozed Comment by: rubber duck   
Can also mean, "high", or "stoned" Comment by: RobertW   
mostly used as a description of beeing "stoned / high" or boozed. "du bist nicht dicht " is not realy slang. Comment by: dudeson   
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die Flöte
die Flöte
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Penis, literally, "flute"
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die Fotze
die Fotze
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"Pussy", "cunt", vulva
No. "FOTZE" only means CUNT, nothing else, and is just as degrading. The word for PUSSY is MUSCHI, and VULVA stays VULVA. Comment by: blablubb   
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Drecksau
Drecksau, geile Drecksau
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Drecksau would mean Asshole or somebody who is not very clean. Geile Drecksau is usually used to describe an extremely handsome guy. Usually used by girls who see a guy they would want to sleep with. Another word for Sahneschnitte
Literal translation would be "DirtPig" or "Dirty Pig", and so you can use it as an insult (usually in case of corruption or someone intentially doing the wrong thing such as stealing your right-of-way; "DU VERDAMMTE DRECKSAU!!") OR can be used to describe the other sex, if handsome/cute/sexy. Comment by: blablubb   
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Durp
Durp
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Loser, weirdo, crazy
never heard that one. do you maybe mean "depp", which would be a bit like "idiot". Comment by: Jutta    Rated:1/5
I think the intended spelling is "Derb", which is the english equivalent of "dense". E.g. Sag mal bist du derb? - ca. What are you, dense? Comment by: Tag    Rated:1/5
DERB can also mean HARD, or INTENSE/LY such as DERBE GEIL. Siehe "Das Erste Mal" by Dendemann. Comment by: blablubb   
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Eier
Eier
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Standard German: eggs, slang: money (English slang dough) or testicles (derogatory!)
I want eggs and money
Well it's not really derogatory - just slang. It's the same as the English "balls". Comment by: Bill in ABQ    Rated:3/5
lesa allt bloggid, nokkud gott Comment by: Etetriadied-tool    Rated:1/5
"Etw. geht mir auf die Eier." Something is getting (or, gets) on my nerves. Comment by: RobertW   
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Einfallspinsel
Einfaltspinsel
Posted by: cestaRating:0.8  
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idiot, dumb, a silly person
Einfaltspinsel, since it comes from "einfaeltig". Einfalt is simplicity. Comment by: Andre    Rated:2/5
honestly, these terms are very old-fashioned. nobody uses them anymore, at least not nowadays. Comment by: jana   
Try 'Vertrottel' Comment by: Mal   
Yep, the word is "Einfaltspinsel" and it´s not exactly slang these days. Used when referring to someone who is naïve or simple rather than someone who is dumb. Comment by: Jürg    Rated:1/5
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fett
fett
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cool, awesome
Sometimes written as "phat", too. Comment by: b_i_d   
So, I have an old german car and the fuel line has a "Res" , Auf" and Zu....which one is off and which is on....I am sure the res is reserve.......thanks Comment by: Brad   
Fett means fat. You can also use it to say cool or phat Auf means open and zu means closed Comment by: Paula   
actually i thought fett was street slang for "i'm stoned" Comment by: unknown   
@ unknown: that would be fett wie ein radierer [and somehow i think, that whole translation thingie here is a bit off, partly, not to mention quite amusing for those who speak actually german ... therefore, thanks for the laugh] Comment by: x   
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