038 gstaunk – stench

You want to complain of stench in Upper-Austria? Then just say: “Do hot’s an Gstaunk!” or say “Do stinkts.”

[audio https://dl.dropbox.com/u/5169515/AGSL/038%20gstaunk%20-%20stench.mp3]

(by Marlene & Tanja of 2bBK3, April 2012)

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037 eanta – earlier or previously

“eanta” means “earlier or previously”.

Please arrive a bit earlier: “Please, arrive a bit eanta – Bitte kim a weng eanta”.

[audio https://dl.dropbox.com/u/5169515/AGSL/037%20eanta%20-%20earlier%20or%20previously.mp3]

(by Sebastian, 2bBK3, April 2012)

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036 Guguruz – sweet corn

You want sweet corn as a side dish? Then order “Guguruz” in the Upper-Austrian restaurants.

[audio https://dl.dropbox.com/u/5169515/AGSL/036%20Guguruz%20-%20sweet%20corn.mp3]

(by Jonathan, 2bBK3, April 2012)

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035 gschmo – very funny or comfortable

“gschmo” is very well known in the southern region of Upper-Austria, in the Salzkammergut. It’s used in comfortable or funny situations.

[audio https://dl.dropbox.com/u/5169515/AGSL/035%20gschmo%20-%20very%20funny%20or%20comfortable.mp3]

(by Steffi & Taschi of 2bBK3, April 2012)

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034 drecklatschn – puddle full of filthy water

Kids love to jump into “drecklatschn”. In Upper-Austria we say “drecklatschn”, when we mean a puddle full of filthy water.

[audio https://dl.dropbox.com/u/5169515/AGSL/034%20drecklatschn%20-%20puddle%20full%20of%20filthy%20water.mp3]

(by Lisa & Katharina of 2bBK3, April 2012)

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033 jessas na – for heaven’s sake

“For heaven’s sake”. We’ve got a similar expression here in Upper-Austria, we say “jessas na”. Literally, “jessas na” menas “Jesus, no!”.

[audio https://dl.dropbox.com/u/5169515/AGSL/033%20jessas%20na%20-%20for%20heaven%27s%20sake.mp3]

(by Jasmin, Anja, Bianca of 2bBK3, April 2012)

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032 dramhappad – to be half asleep

Do you know the feeling, when you get up in the morning, still half asleep and drowsy? In Upper-Austria we say “dramhappad” to this feeling.

[audio https://dl.dropbox.com/u/5169515/AGSL/032%20dramhappad%20-%20to%20be%20half%20asleep.mp3]
(by Claudia and Sophie, 2bBK3, April 2012)
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