* "beter" means "better" in Dutch and "worse" in Turkish
* English "much" and Spanish "mucho" mean the same thing and are completely unrelated
* "presunto" is Portugese for "ham" and Spanish for "alleged", so certain bilingually labled foods taste like ham, allegedly
* 山 (yama) is Japanese for “mountain” and я́ма (yama) is Ukranian/Russian/Bulgarian/Belarusian for 'hole in the ground"
* German "haben" and Latin "habere" mean the same thing and are completely unrelated
@Anscarix Hmm, it might have been a number of years since I lived in Spain but I did double-check using Wiktionary/Wikipedia to make sure I got the details right:
* presunto is (a type of) ham in Portuguese: https://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Presunto
* presunto is Spanish for "alleged", seems to have the same meaning in Italian: https://dle.rae.es/presunto?m=form https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/italian-english/presunto
@Vierkantor btw It's much more fun that Sinistra in Italian that means left in English sounds like Sinister or Siniestro 🤪
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