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happyleo
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posted November 22, 2014 01:49 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for happyleo     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
3144 Brosche means brooch in German, so maybe referring to jewelry or possibly an award
267585 Pobeda means “a win” in Serbian
4894 Ask means love in Turkish
7696 Liebe means love in German
12329 Liebermann means “lovely man” in German
4797 Ako means “if” in Serbian
4815 Anders means “otherwise” or “in a different way” in German
4232 Aparicio – Spanish – to appear
19861 Auster – oyster in German
36060 Babuska – these Russian wooden puppets you can open and there’s always another one in it – could signify someone or something with many layers or someone kind of fading
13206 Baer – German for Bear (obviously)
19395 Barrera – Spanish for fence, wall, barrier, an obstruction
26757 Bastei – German for bastion
4318 Bata – Serbian pet name for brother
4616 Batalov seems to be related to the Serbian word batali which means to break or destroy (often accidentally)
83 Beatrix – Latin for traveller
4528 Berg – German for mountain
12729 Berger – German for salvaging, could also be related to “verbergen” which means to hide some truth
327512 Biro – Serbian for office, coming from the German “Buero”
14492 Bistar – Serbian – the clear, bright one
4891 Blaga – Serbian – the mild one
15406 Bleibtreu – German – “stay faithful”
18106 Blume – German – flower
6528 Boden – German – floor, rock bottom
4269 Bogado – Serbian Bogato – rich
3948 Bohr – German – drill (imperative)
1983 Bok – Croatian – Hello
12834 Bomben – German – bombs, to bomb smthng
12270 Bozar – Serbian pozar – combustion, fire
1168 Brandia + 3503 Brandt– German Brand – fire, combustion as well, sometimes a rash
7787 Bratfest – German – comparable to Barbecue
4242 Brecher – German – seems to indicate Burglar, breaker, also has connotations to throwing up
6179 Brett – German – board, shelf
11583 Breuer – German Bereuer, bereuen – one who regrets something, to regret something
5004 Bruch – German – crack, fraction, fracture
17836 Canup – sounds like an opportunity to rise or to improve in some way
360 Carlova – belonging to Carl – the extension “ov” male, “ova” female always indicates being the possesion or originating from or belonging to something in slavic languages
23284 Celik – Turkish for steel
3906 Chao – sounds like ciao!
6358 Chertok – sounds like certo – of course, certainly
3146 Dato – Serbian for given, or from latin datum, a date (as in time, appointment)
3605 Davy – Serbian – to suffocate
1555 Dejan – Serbian name means to act, to do
27960 Dobias – Serbian for “you are receiving/getting/winning”
280642 Doubs – sounds like doubts
25115 Drago – Serbian – something one is fond of
26119 Duden – German for dictionary
32796 Ehrenfest – German – a celebration in order to pay homage to someone/something
65708 Ehrlich – German - honest
11728 Einer – German – one (male) (not as in THE one, just one)
20136 Eisenhart – German – iron+hard
5621 Erb – German prefix – hereditary
40106 Erben – German – succeding, inheriting, heir(s)
133243 Essen – German – to eat, or the food itself
19461 Feingold – German – just as it sounds: fine gold
10988 Feinstein – German – fine stone
12218 Fleischer – German – butcher
6771 Foerster – German – forest ranger
3223 Forsius – sounds like the Latin fortius – stronger or possibly forcing something
20593 Freilich – German – of course, certainly
3642 Frieden – German – peace
13977 Frisch – German – fresh
11520 Fromm – German – devout
9638 Fuchs – German – fox
5712 Funke – German – spark
115885 Ganz – German – entirely
8061 Gaudium – Latin – delight, joy
26345 Gedankien – German Gedanken – thoughts
8165 Gnadig – German gnaedig – graciously, merciful
8610 Goldhaber – German – the one who posesses gold
3805 Goldreich – German – the one who has lots of gold
184878 Gotlib – German Gottlieb – literally the one who is fond of God
1346 Gotha – a book listing all the royalties – perhaps indicating nobility
9175 Graun – German Grauen – horror, terror
13927 Grundy – German Grund – reason (for something)
777 Gutemberga – i’d use it for publishing, writers, print
85773 Gutbezahl – German gut bezahlt – paid well, rewarded in a significant way
3419 Guth – German gut – good
3676 Hahn – German – **** as in chicken, or tap as in water or beer
21403 Haken – German – hook (used often as the catch: “oh but there’s the catch”)
3341 Hartmann – German – hard man
7478 Hasse – German Hass – hate
2870 Haupt – German – head, main
8381 Hauptmann – German – captain, leader
16524 Hausmann – German – male form of housewife, perhaps a lazy man
15705 Hautot – German – hau = smash, hit tot = dead
10484 Hecht – German – pike (fish) often used for hunk
10637 Heimlich – German – secretly, stems from heim, home, so it could mean something cozy
276975 Heller – German – brighter
16761 Hertz – German Herz - heart
1693 Hertzsprung – German Herzsprung – a leaping heart
3052 Herzen – German – hearts
24168 Hexlein – German – little witch
14214 Hirsch – German – stag
51983 Honig – German - honey
8847 Huch – used in German expressing surprise or as an expression of fear
16398 Hummel – German – bumblebee
3203 Huth – German Hut – hat
35269 Idefix – I’d use it for obsessions
3562 Ignatius – the one who ignites? (actually meaning “like on fire”)
2989 Imago http://www.english.hawaii.edu/criticalink/lacan/terms/imago.html
2373 Immo – German – often used for Immobilien – “unmovables” (real estate) but could mean also someone inflexible
2079 Jacchia – sounds like the Serbian “jaca” which means the stronger on (female)
27132 Jezek – Serbian jezik – tongue, language
15438 Joegotobed - he should
84340 Jos – Serbian – more, still
11518 Jung – German – young
40441 Jungmann – German – young man
1694 Kaiser – German – emperor
10947Kaiserstuhl – German – emperor’s seat
70936 Kamen – Serbian – stone
4215 Kamo – Croatian – whence?
4822 Karge – German karg – meager, sparse
1316 Kasan – Serbian – being late (male)
22981 Katz – German Katze – cat
216624 Kaufer – German Kaeufer – buyer, customer
6806 Kaufmann – German – seller, trader
9551 Kazi – Serbian – (imperative) tell
5054 Kail – German – wedge, shim
5938 Keller – German – basement
2291 Kevo – Serbian slang for mother
5140 Kida – Serbian for ripping
12045 Klein – German – small
10222 Klotz – German – brick, chunk, log – often used as “burden”
159826 Knapp – German – narrow, tight, short, just about
32899 Knigge – a book listing proper manners
6498 Ko – Serbian – who, “as”, “like”
10847 Koch – German – cook
2396 Kochi – Serbian koci – brake, slowdown
39741 Komm – German – (imperative) come
3815 Konig – German Koenig – king
10949 Konigstuhl – German – king’s seat
12157 Konnen – German koennen – ability, being able to do something, mastery
1631 Kopff – German Kopf – head
3712 Kraft – German – force, strenght, power, energy
159799 Kralice – Serbian Kraljice – queen
14262 Kratzer – German – mark, scratch
3635 Kreutz – German Kreuz – cross
149244 Kriegh – German Krieg – war but also (imperative) receive
2796 Kron – German Krone – crown
6255 Kuma – Serbian – maid of honour, godmother
25628 Kummer – German – sorrow
3569 Kumon – sounds like come on
6629 Kurtz – German – short, briefly
3132 Landgraf – German – count from the countryside
10811 Lau – German – halfhearted, lukewarm
3135 Lauer – German – couching, lurking, look out
12490 Leiden – German – suffering, affliction, sometimes disease
9640 Lippens – German Lippen – lips
7010 Locke – German – curl
5943 Lovi – Serbian – (imperative) hunt, catch
1292 Luce – Serbian pet name
1158 Luda – Serbian – crazy woman
3949 Mach – German – (imp.) do
1582 Martir – martyr
2881 Meiden – German – avoiding
3231 Mila – Serbian – the dear one
11194 Mirna – Serbian – the calm one
24658 Misch – German – mix
1257 Mora – Serbian – having to, compulsion
787 Moskva – Serbian – Moscow
4228 Nemiro – Serbian Nemir – riot, restlessness, concern
1640 Nemo – Serbian – didn’t have, lack
2183 Neufang – German Neuanfang – new dawn, new start
6351 Neumann – German – new guy, new man
6032 Nobel – German – noble, royal
11604 Novigrad – Serbian – new city
11377 Nye – Serbian nije – isn’t
16563 Ob – German – if
5080 Oja – German – oh yes
6838 Okuda – Serbian od kuda – whence
4533 Orth – German Ort – place, location
3169 Ostro – Serbian – sharp
9700 Paech – German Pech – bad luck
16168 Palmen – German – palms as in tree
259344 Pare – Serbian – money
12506 Pariser – German – parisian, also condom
6817 Pest – German – bubonic plague, also used for someone annoying
9962 Pfau – German – peacock
12774 Pfund – German – pounds
7313 Pisano – Serbian – written
18623 Pises – Serbian – “you are writing”
2896 Preiss – German Preis – price, reward
4595 Prinz – German – prince
90307 Rasch – German – fast
159409 Ratte – German – rat
5266 Rauch – German – smoke
29185 Reich – German – wealthy
3871 Reiz – German – stimulus, allure
3338 Richter – German – judge
20583 Richthammer – German – judge’s hammer
11706 Rijeka – Croatian – river
6401 Roentgen – German – x ray
5726 Rubin – German – ruby
280640 Ruetsch – German rutsch – slide, slip
20969 Samo – Serbian – only, alone
9248 Sauer – German – sour, angry
315186 Schade – German – utterance for “such a shame!”
17764 Schatzman – German Schatz = treasure
8807 Schenk – German – “give as present”
61401 Schiff – German – ship
21613 Schlecht – German – bad, also nauseous
6295 Schmoll – German – pouting
1782 Schneller – German – faster
4134 Schutz – German – protection
2119 Schwall – German – surge, gush
19364 Semafor – Serbian – traffic light
10446 Siegbahn – German – Sieg = win Bahn = train or lane, path
8154 Stahl - German – steel
6373 Stern – German – star
6106 Stoss – German – kick
23116 Streich – German – trick, prank
8408 Strom – German – electricity, stream
3105 Stumpff – German stumpf – dull
3393 Stur – German – stubborn
12002 Suess – German – sweet, cute
8443 Svecica – Serbian – candle
4118 Sveta – holy woman
1109 Tata – Serbian – daddy
5006 Teller – German – plate
24045 Unruh – German – restlessness, concern, riot
12432 Usuda – Serbian – something daring
245 Vera – Serbian – faith
2599 Veseli – Serbian – the happy ones (indicating a party?)
231 Vindobona – Latin name for Vienna
494 Virtus – Latin for masculine virtues
11762 Vogel – German – bird
31956 Wald – German – forest
30955 Weiser – German – wiser
6036 Weinberg – German – vineyard
2405 Welch – German – which
13559 Werth – German Wert – value
2044 Wirt – German – host, landlord
4295 Wisse – German – know!
20347 Wunderlich – German – Wunder = miracle or wondering
4661 Yebes – Serbian – (sorry, it means literally) **** it
5114 Yezo – Serbian Jeza – goose bumps
5751 Zao – Serbian – regret
169 Zelia – Serbian Zelja – wish
3064 Zimmer – German – room
7565 Zipfel – German – corner, lappet
4408 Zlata Koruna – some slavic language – golden crown
6635 Zuber – Serbian Zube – teeth
174466 Zucker – German – sugar
28695 Zwanzig – German – twenty


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PlutoSurvivor
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posted November 28, 2014 03:46 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for PlutoSurvivor     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by happyleo:

184878 Gotlib – German Gottlieb – literally the one who is fond of God



I like this one. I have it conjunct the Galectic Center of our Universe

Informative translations. Keep them coming

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posted November 28, 2014 03:58 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for PlutoSurvivor     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Looked up a few others on your list. I was interested in Nemo and found no reference to Serbian but found this http://www.ee.columbia.edu/~nemo/nemo.html showing the following entomology:

Etymology of "Nemo"

My name is Nobody, but I am The Man

Nemo is an Oromo word meaning "The Man". Wow, you say... But wait. In Latin, the same word means "Nobody"! In Homer's Odyssey, when Ulysses blinds the Cyclops, the Cyclops asks him: "Who are you?", to which Ulysses replies (in the Latin translation): "Nemo." When the Cyclops was later asked by his father Neptune: "Who did this to you?", he answers "Nobody did it." I guess it also worked in the original Greek text, but I don't know what the word was (it wasn't "nemo", as in Greek that means "manage", as in oikos (house) and nomos, household management, a.k.a. economics). Anyway, the Latin word is where the Captain Nemo of the Nautilus submarine, in Jules Verne's "20,000 leagues under the sea", got his name. Also, in Korean, Nemo means "rectangular" ... I haven't figure that one out yet.

There is a village in Tibet called Nemo.

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PlutoSurvivor
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posted November 28, 2014 04:12 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for PlutoSurvivor     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Anyway, i have (1640) Nemo conjunct Saturn in my chart and it corresponds to my key past life karmic experience. Interesting how the urban translation of Nemo and the Sabian of my NN connect.

Urban translation of Nemo:
The story of a handicapped boy, Nemo, who's mother and siblings were brutally murdered in front of their home.
On his first day of school, he is abducted by a masked man and is held prisoner in a dentist's office.
The story chronicles his father's journey to find him and his attempts at escape...
...as portrayed by animated fish.

Sabian of my North Node:
A Dentisi at Work


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posted November 29, 2014 04:39 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for elixir     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
"Babushka" actually means grandma in Russian. A nesting doll would be a "matryoshka."

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happyleo
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posted July 20, 2015 08:17 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for happyleo     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
wow, thank you for the corrections/input!

perhaps other people can add something to the list in their language?

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posted July 20, 2015 11:33 AM           Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Foreign to whom?

LL has members from all over the world - so why the assumption that only the English are at home here.

English, anyway, is a mongrel language comprising of lots of 'foreign words'.

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happyleo
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posted July 20, 2015 12:22 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for happyleo     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Well, what I meant was actually asteroids in your own language (other than english), I guess the thread title is misleading.

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posted July 20, 2015 04:26 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Vajra     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
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happyleo
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posted July 24, 2015 07:29 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for happyleo     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Oh wow, thanks, I've never heard of Brecher as an expression for waves, you see, I actually speak "Austrian"
Perhaps I tried too hard in giving something back to this wonderful forum.

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posted August 04, 2015 11:55 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Vajra     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
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arcturus90
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posted April 24, 2018 07:41 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for arcturus90     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Wow.. I'm going to read all of this

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posted April 24, 2018 07:44 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for arcturus90     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
3906 Chao – sounds like ciao!

==> No, it's an asteroid related to chaos I think (I've read it)

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posted April 26, 2018 10:35 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Randall     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Good list!

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posted April 27, 2018 06:23 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for arcturus90     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
25115 Drago – Serbian – something one is fond of
I have asteroid Drago conjunct a famous humorist's drago. I'm fond of him and his shows.

4528 Berg – German for mountain
My father has asteroid Berg conjunct Jupiter (3° orb) in Aries and he loves going on journeys in the mountains and do sport (hiking, skying) over there

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