8 English Words With Hilarious Meanings In Other Languages

Jul 11, 2016

Things means different for different people, it can be regarded as the difference in thinking process. However, another reason can be that the words one person uses mean entirely opposite to another. Confused? There are many words in English language originating from varied languages having a meaning that is so far-fetched that one might scratch their head in confusion.
Example? I have plenty. Here you go.

1. Vader.

1. Vader.
Source: giphy.com
When in the movie Darth Vader revealed his identity to Luke Skywalked, everyone was shell-shocked apart from the Dutch.

Why?

Why?
Well, Vader means “father” in Dutch.

2. ‘No’ is here to shock you.

In Polish when you refuse something and mutter a ‘no’, you still get it.

The burning question of how so?

Because well, no means yes in Polish.
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