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|lappino on Nov 05, 2019 05:48 (7 days ago)|
...the word that actually has no meaning in either one of (very similar) ex-Yugoslav languages. At first I thought that the word has only half of the "birds" above letters C, which would then translate as "daddy", an endearment word usually used in Dalmatia.
But no, even the internet site has only "caca" in it, making the word unpleasantly close to the process of bowels evacuation. :)
The floating object itself is considered a raft.
|csaba on Nov 05, 2019 04:37 (7 days ago)|
|All right, gentlemen, just one more time, the "ships" name is pronounced "chacha"|
|Emmanuel.L on Nov 05, 2019 04:11 (7 days ago)|
He..He.. it seems that the owners have a sh*tty sense of humour, imagine what your girlfriend reaction will be if you tell her "Hurry up ,let's grab the sh*t".
She will soon be your ex.
(even in Maltese it is baby talk for sh*t.)
Best regards to all especially to our friend Brodovi ,who supplied the photo and unintentionally got us going into international sh*tty translation.
Thanks Brodovi, hope we did not offend you.
|Jens Boldt on Nov 05, 2019 00:51 (7 days ago)|
|Seems to be the same in many languages... Kacka in German (child''s language) :-))|
|csaba on Nov 04, 2019 22:15 (7 days ago)|
|LOL, I know Emmanuel as I speak Italian. In Hungarian it also has the same meaning.|
|Bob Scott on Nov 04, 2019 21:52 (7 days ago)|
|Cac in Scots/Irish Gaelic.Cachu in Welsh|
|Emmanuel.L on Nov 04, 2019 19:56 (7 days ago)|
csaba, the word "caca" in Italian is "sh*t" , and well for this contraption to be called a ship is surely a apt name (in Italian)
regards to all
|Dеnis on Nov 04, 2019 18:43 (7 days ago)|
|Interesting propulsion: 2 side paddle wheels & a stern outboard motor, obviously for steering.|
|csaba on Nov 04, 2019 17:12 (7 days ago)|
|This is the weirdest contraption I have seen here :-). Emmanuel, in Croatian it is pronounced "chacha". If you look at her side where the name is on a yellow board, the "C"s have an apostrophe like sign. That type of "C" in Croatian is pronounced like "ch" as in church or "T" in the word future.|
|Emmanuel.L on Nov 04, 2019 17:00 (7 days ago)|
|Well Denis you know what "Caca" means?|
|MattyBoy on Nov 04, 2019 16:21 (7 days ago)|
|That upper structure looks like its from a caboose !!!|
|Dеnis on Nov 04, 2019 13:42 (7 days ago)|
|Haha, whatever floating stuff one can see on Shipspotting! :D|
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