Twisting Tongues in Bavaria

German words have a reputation for being long, and at times, very descriptive.

I have several favorite quirky words. The first is Zahnfleisch, which literally means ‘tooth meat’ or ‘gums.’

The other is Schneebesen, which literally translates to ‘snow broom,’ but means ‘whisk.’

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