Languagetools Shiritori

Posts120Likes98Joined18/6/2019LocationSan Jose Del Monte / PH
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English
Learning Afrikaans, Cebuano, Chinese - Mandarin, Danish, Indonesian, Malay, Norwegian, Spanish, Tagalog

Kkeutmalitgi
Don't try to pronounce it.

This game is fairly simple; you have to say a word which begins with the last letter of the previous word. For example:

1: Tree (English)
2: eesti (estonia . estonian)
3: 인생 (insaeng , life , Korean)
4: gateau (cake , French)
5: 울다 (ulda , to cry, Korean)

etc. So, the way your message should be formatted is like this:
(number of post) (word) (romanisation, meaning, language, exceptions can be made for languages with small phonemic inventories)

RULES:
1: Don't use the same language as the previous person.
2: Don't repeat words.
3: be logical...
4: Only post one message at a time. The same person can't do two posts back to back.

If you've got it, then let's start! Your word is:

1: 도서관 (doseogwan, library, Korean)

Good luck!

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https://discord.gg/R4zepcA

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Posts81Likes54Joined26/9/2019LocationKR
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Korean

2: naranja (orange, Spanish)

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Posts1329Likes913Joined18/3/2018LocationBellingham / US
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English
Learning Tagalog
Other Chinese - Mandarin, French, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Spanish, Swahili, Thai

anticlimax

I'm reading the Malazan Book of the Fallen.

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Posts120Likes98Joined18/6/2019LocationSan Jose Del Monte / PH
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English
Learning Afrikaans, Cebuano, Chinese - Mandarin, Danish, Indonesian, Malay, Norwegian, Spanish, Tagalog

3. Xhosa (root for Xhosa people in isiXhosa) 


(this one was tough, didn't know if I wanted to go with x or parse that as <ks>)

Find me on Discord:

https://discord.gg/R4zepcA

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#4
Posts81Likes54Joined26/9/2019LocationKR
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Korean

4. abuela (grandma in spanish)

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#5
Posts43Likes37Joined26/12/2019LocationBE
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French
Learning Chinese - Mandarin, Dutch, English, German, Japanese, Spanish

5. Laden (shop, store - German)

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Posts55Likes42Joined24/3/2021LocationManila / PH
Native
English
Learning Spanish

6. noon (in Tagalog means "in the olden days") 


Let's open this thread again. :) 

Faye

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Posts1Likes1Joined1/6/2021LocationDE
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German
Learning Chinese - Mandarin, Dutch, English, French, Spanish

7. 牛肉 (niúròu, beef, Chinese simplified)

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Posts536Likes328Joined8/7/2018LocationAlmeria / ES
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English
Other Arabic - Egyptian, French, German, Spanish

8. Usuario (Username,Spanish)

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