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Lime blossom

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Also called linden; has the most fantastic scent

Geodyne says:

That's a lovely shaped tree. Have you called it lime blossom becasue of the colour, or is that what they're also called?

30th Jun 2005, 05:00

Euphro says:

The tree is a lime tree (which I think is some corruption of the original name "lind" which is in common with German name linden) :)

30th Jun 2005, 12:19

daz says:

It's "Linde" (pl. Linden). And they do smell good. :)

30th Jun 2005, 12:39

Euphro says:

Thanks :) It's sometimes called a linden tree in English, which is obviously a corruption of the German :)

30th Jun 2005, 12:42

daz says:

corruption, adaption, ... we don't mind. We do it with English all the time, and then not even correctly. (Wanna know the German word for mobile phone? -_-)

30th Jun 2005, 13:09

Joe says:

Yes!?

30th Jun 2005, 13:12

daz says:

"Handy".

I'm not kidding.

30th Jun 2005, 13:13

Joe says:

thats the word in German or translated to english?

30th Jun 2005, 13:14

daz says:

That's what we use in german.

30th Jun 2005, 13:21

Helen says:

[Attempts saying handy in a German accent.]

30th Jun 2005, 13:24

daz says:

"Häääändi" -_-

30th Jun 2005, 14:15

Joe says:

hehehe

30th Jun 2005, 14:18

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