Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Weirdest English to Hebrew word morph so far

English words make their way into Hebrew all the time, especially in Israeli High-tech talk. You can take almost any work and put it in some Hebrew grammar form like adding ally, sia  We use words like randomally, optimally, optionally, reactcsia    

But I just heard the weirdest English to Hebrew word morph ever! Mitrafresh  
Can you guess what it means?

 

 

 

It's "something that gets refreshed".  

 

2 comments:

J.P. said...

This has got nothing to do with your posting, somewhere in a past one I did read about you planting bulbs.
Bulbs are not my my thing to have in a garden allthough I do like to see them on the fields.
The next one might be an idea for a container, Marvel of Peru (do have the Splendid Mixture), did pay €1,34 for approx. 35 seeds.
They do open their flowers in the afternoon and give a "delicious smell"

Mia said...

J.P. Thanks for stopping by. I did plant some in pots and other contianers. Some are even starting to bloom now.