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[cooking_rumpolt] Re: Vogel

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  • ranvaig@columbus.rr.com
    Thanks so much for commenting. I really appreciate anyone who helps. ... Thank you for finding that reference. ... It s obvious from context that Trachten
    Message 1 of 3 , Oct 30, 2008
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      Thanks so much for commenting. I really appreciate anyone who helps.


      >Hi all,
      >in case you are wondering about "Tracht", the dictionary of the
      >brothers Grimm has a definition of "Tracht" as
      >
      >"2) was auf den tisch gebracht wird, ' s p e i s e ', daps,
      >ferculum, missus, plur. im sinne von epulae: daps tracht ... "
      >So "Tracht" = dish in this sense.
      >
      >The Grimm W├Ârterbuch is online on the web site of the University of
      >Trier:
      >http://germazope.uni-trier.de/Projects/DWB

      Thank you for finding that reference.

      >A great resource for looking up those obsolete words and meanings
      >that a normal dictionary does not list.

      It's obvious from context that Trachten meant dishes, but its still not obvious to me how it differs from Speise.

      Ranvaig
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