What does that German word mean?
WHAT DOES THAT GERMAN WORD MEAN?
Germans not only make awesome cheese, they have some pretty awesome expressions too!
We've decided to share some of our favorites, and we're sure you'll be using these soon.
DAS IST GUT!
Pronounced: DAHS ist GOOT
Translated: This is Good!
Meaning: Well, you guessed it - this is good! It is used to express that you like something. Try it the next time you taste one of our cheeses!
Pronounced: KAYsuh glook
Translated: Cheese Happiness
Meaning: Okay, this one isn't actually a German word, but it is common in German to combine two words to coin a new term. We use this one to describe the happiness that you can only get from eating a great cheese. We think it'll hit a German dictionary real soon.
Pronounced: PAR-tee MAH-ken
Translated: Make a party!
Meaning: To have a party.
We don't have a party in Germany, we make one!
Translated: Fun Bird
Meaning: Someone who likes to have a good time. Are you a fun bird?
Translation: Fear Bunny
Meaning: A scaredy cat. What is your spirit scaredy animal?
Translated: Three Cheeses Tall
Meaning: short; used to describe the height of a child