How do you say *milk*?

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How do you say *milk*?
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Mon, 05-26-2008 - 9:01am
In German, it's die Milch. In Japanese, it's miru.
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Sat, 05-31-2008 - 10:00pm

French-- Lait


ASL-- act like you are milking a cow with one hand


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Sun, 06-01-2008 - 9:40pm
thanks for sharing :) it's real neat to read the description of the ASL sign as well
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Sun, 06-01-2008 - 11:45pm
spanish = leche
norwegian = melk or mjølk, depending where youre from






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Mon, 06-02-2008 - 7:51am
thanks for sharing :)
wow, 2 Norwegian words for milk? Though I was surprised the other day reading "Everything Learning German"; it has like 5 or so words for carrot
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Wed, 06-04-2008 - 2:55pm
Leite in Portuguese.
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Wed, 06-04-2008 - 8:58pm

Norway has two "languages", nynorsk and bokmål. Most people speak bokmål. Technically melk is bokmål and mjølk is nynorsk. I think most spell it melk and pronounce it mjølk, though.

Probably more than you wanted to know.















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Thu, 06-05-2008 - 1:30pm
I never knew that about Norway.

Sarah...mommy to Janessa and Julian


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Fri, 06-06-2008 - 7:47am
thanks for sharing, Lucy
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Fri, 06-06-2008 - 7:48am
thanks for sharing, Haydee. and no, it's not more than I wanted to know :D I find all languages, even ones I have no plans to learn, very interesting. and I'm sure I'm not the only one of the board.
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