2017-04-15 17:21:26 UTC
yesterday gisteren gestern [hier]yellow gelb [jaune - jeune, joven]
Y-J yodel jodeln
Thank you for Y-GG [etc.] table!
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the suffix (?) -s seems to be same as the English one
(whereabouts, afterwards, forwards, ...)
English must've had lots of words like [besides] in the past.
What is [jen] ?
omg! I asked this quetion because the
Freudian little me
inside my head knew the answer.
German [jen] is Du. [geen] !
i've been wondering about this word
[jenseits] for 30+ years, ever since
i saw it in that famous book title,
and thought it looked funny.