From: Grósz Attila (gyros_at_freemail.hu)
Date: 2005-07-18 18:21:06
Hi, Christian Johansson <email@example.com> írta: > Rainer Buchty skrev: > I can add that the word "fett" is also used in youth speak in Sweden > and it means the same as in youth speak in Germany. Btw, I wonder > which country this meaning of "Fett/fett/fedt" originates from. Does it > come from Germany, Denmark, Sweden or somewhere else? I think it Maybe Ruud will join in on this, but I can assure you beforehand, that it also exists in the Dutch youth speak with the same meaning ("vet","vet cool" - here mixed with English word, not very nice). What more, Hungarian, a non-Indoeuropean language is also experiencing something similar nowadays. Assuming that "fett" also applies for what "fat" is in English, then the Hungarian equivalent ("zsír") is being recently used in this situation (e.g something being "cool"). Now I am really puzzled which language has begun with this =) Cheers, Attila _______________________________________________________________________ [freemail] extra 1GB-os postafiókkal, Önnek már van? http://freemail.hu Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
Archive generated by hypermail pre-2.1.8.