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!WZTWas Zum Teufel (German: What the Devil!)Rate it:
0.nullteRate it:
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AAAmtliche AbkürzungRate it:
AAAWAllgemeiner Aufsperr und Absicherungsdienst WeningerRate it:
AAFHAus Asia Finance HubRate it:
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AATGAmerican Association of Teachers of GermanRate it:
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  • soulawondering
    What does "fll." mean when used as part of a citation in an old German book?
    LikeReplyReport3 months ago
  • @Mitzi56
    can anyone tell me what it means on a German sewing pattern when it says allow 1 1/2 d
    LikeReplyReport 19 months ago
  • Mark Maier
    What does "Ev." mean as a middle name? My great, great grandfather from Boll/Hohenzollern in 1875 was named Johann Ev. Maier.
    LikeReplyReport 11 year ago
  • Nile Smith
    On an old death record, after the namek of the deceased is an abbreviateion Hub. or Hus. I can't find what that stands for in any books I have.
    LikeReplyReport 13 years ago
  • Ahmad Sadeghi
    What does German abbreviation stand for CISNU
    LikeReplyReport 14 years ago
    • STANDS4
      Maybe " Sie erläuterte die Rolle der Konföderation Iranischer Studenten"?
      LikeReplyReport 13 years ago
  • Deborah Wymann
    I have just recently married a swismall man who has kids with his ex so they have to have contact but I have noticed in his and her texts to each other they always have LG and the the first letter of their name. What is that??? 
    LikeReplyReport 14 years ago
    • Christopher Barrett
      "Liebe Gruße" - A very common German sign-off best translated as "Best Regards" it's formal, but friendly, most commonly used by colleagues in an office.
      LikeReplyReport 44 years ago
  • Joe Cassar
    ""Spitzname fuer einen Deutschen, v.a. einen deutschen Soldaten......." What does "v.a" mean? I've looked it up on many sites, but got nothing.
    LikeReplyReport 25 years ago
  • Anna Fenyvesi
    How common is the abbreviation "Bln." for "Berlin" in German? Also, is "Bla." used as an abbreviation, possibly for a place name? Many thanks!
    LikeReplyReport 15 years ago

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