025 schneizhodan – handkerchief

In Austria we say “Schneizhodan“ to a handkerchief. You can also say “Schneiztüachi”. “Schneiz” comes from “schneizn” and means to blow the nose. “hodan” is an old piece of cloth. “Schneizhodan” means “to blow your nose with a piece of old cloth”.

[audio https://dl.dropbox.com/u/5169515/AGSL/025%20schneizhodan%20-%20handkerchief.mp3]

(by Kerstin, Birgit and Sonja,1aBK2, January 2012)

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