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Upper Silesian dialect words from Upper Silesia

More precisely: words as we know them. - Or: still know?

A reminder opportunity for all Upper Silesians.

(You can also find a slightly different one at: Upper Silesian )

Some explanations on the choice of words included here. In principle, there should only be words in Upper Silesian (Silesian) dialect that are not used - or very rarely - in other regions of the German language. Words that emphasize the independence of German culture in Upper Silesia. That is why no words of Polish origin have been taken into account here, although many people consider them to be part of the Upper Silesian dialect. But exceptions confirm the rule: Because here, too, you will find some distinctive words whose cradle is the Polish language.

And something else: Of course, this list is incomplete. I hope that with your help, dear Oberschlesier, dear Gleiwitzer, I can expand it further. Corrections or additions are also welcome. In addition, at the end of the list I have added a few words that have been whispered to me that are still waiting to be explained.

The following helped me a lot in creating this list: Paul Weirauch,Rudolf Kalka,Dr Gerhard-Paul Fabian and other members of the Gliwice Circle as do the gentlemen Wolfgang Haase,Georg Shagen,Dietmar Riedhof,Wolfgang Linda, Mrs Heidrun Risse, Mrs Gudrun Kistler, which has brought in many words, as well as some more, wanting to remain anonymous, old Gliwice.

Another explanation for the use of the list: The term shown in color refers to more detailed or additional information, so click!

So that you can find a word more quickly: Here they are arranged according to the first letter.

mean person, insidious person

Sponge cake, sponge cake, sand cake (?), Cup cake

When preparing a dish, refine it against endemic fat

also in the sense of answering a letter

Abseihebrett, round, perforated board with handle

Scoop the cream off the (distilled) milk

lax, flatter something

Brandy, 1/8 liter

dirty, e.g. clothes

Entrance area of ​​the apartment, corridor

Indulgence, understood as a general fair or fair-like festival in the town

usually cast iron, enameled, semicircular container under a tap, for sewage disposal

inflate yourself, artificially arouse yourself and show it too

crawl out (with a long "e")

leave out, e.g. bacon

Babe, Baba, Babka

Ghost, ghost (evil)

Befej, Bifej, (buffet)

touch something (unnecessarily), make it dirty, fondle it

10-pfennig piece (according to the Bohemian coin?)

full talk, intrusive talk, dragging on someone

stain, smear (e.g. the face while eating)

fat toddler, pejorative

only thinly glazed, e.g. cake

a baby anoints itself with its odorless - reminiscent of ointment - stool

obtrusively examine, appraise

Make a fuss, act up, be important

History, narrative, fairy tale

a little, something

stupid, stupid person

Type of bean (thick, large)

History, narrative, fairy tale

Poor people's food, pieces of bread (possibly dried out) poured hot water over them and topped up with fat, crushed garlic and salt

cropped, unworked layer

Clay pot, clay dishes (from Bunzlau) - was mostly used to make pickled cucumbers or sauerkraut.

Also used to store fat.

Yeast dumplings, yeast dough shaped into dumplings and cooked in steam - served with melted butter and blueberry compote

Good-for-nothing, rascal, (thief)

lovable good-for-nothing, brother Leichtfuß

stupid, stupid person

tall man (woman), man-woman, strongly built man

dizzy, confused (dizziness after turning quickly or when tipsy)

three-quarter, half, quarter

Time specification: e.g .: three quarters of twelve = a quarter to twelve

Beatings, rubbed off, beatings

Unraveling a fabric, ladder

simple-minded, stupid person

simple-minded, stupid person, literally also butt (from Polish)

Simpleton, stupid man

simple-minded, stupid person

small yeast cake, triangular

Towels, sheets, stay dirty after washing if they have been used for too long

make a turn

take a tour, take a walk

youngest child in a large family

he didn't give himself up

he didn't let himself be chased into the boxing horn

Family house, settlement house for several families

of clothes: (too) short, weird

thin wood chips to light the pipe, smart, somewhat windy guy (maybe from Pfiffikus)

smart, attentive, agile person

worn or grown-up clothing, pejorative

small shop, odds and ends shop

Veal intestines and veal stomachs that have been soaked in salt water for a long time, cleaned, cut into small pieces and made into soup; Rumen soup

Unsavory (pulpy) food

eat a lot, eat quickly, to understand rather negatively

Appropriately shaped, minced meat (minced meat) + bread roll + egg, fried

Girl, miss (slightly pejorative)

Fluntsch, pull a fluntsch

tearful, dissatisfied, crooked face

Miss (old one) girl

cheap jewelry, odds and ends

Fur coat, inner cover of a piece of clothing

Pants, also long johns

Chicken, hen - pejorative for stupid women

Pacifier, teat, nuppel

awkward, long story, useless talk

slow work, fumbling around

vomit, vomit

speckled, e.g. bird dress

evil, insidious person (animal)

Bald head with a curtain

Ball game for children

Poles, backwoodsmen, mountain people of the Gorals

(always) grisly, lousy, pessimistic, joyless person

indecisive, indecisive, slow person

time wasting, slow man

unpleasant, unproductive work that leads nowhere, fiddling

Person who works extremely slowly

dawdle, work slowly or fumble

Greaves, the remains of the bacon that have not been melted out during lard production

Core, the rest of the apple or pear, core

misbehaving person, also rascal

Dumplings made from grated, boiled potatoes, eggs and cornstarch

Grudge! - Boom !, Hurtupurtu!

Synonyms for hasty work

raggedly dressed person, dishonest person

criminal man, rascal

Spread made from salted herring, turned through a meat grinder, refined with boiled egg and pickles

Rags, old piece of cloth

Cloths, floor cloths, cleaning cloth

cheap girl or woman, "easy" woman

Hauer, professional degree in mining

by Polish Upper Silesians for: German

old, worn shoes

(Pronunciation of the "s" like a "sch")

(Pronunciation of the "s" like a "sch")

Ash pit, ash, waste bin

Beatings, rubbed off, beatings

Yeast dumplings, also bay

Yeast dough formed into dumplings and steam cooked - served with melted butter and blueberry compote

Stupid, stupid person

one after the other (e.g. walking)

little man, boy

Hayhorse, little grasshopper

bump, e.g. the bike over cobblestones

Expression: listen up

In the Upper Silesian pronunciation, "i" often mutates to "ü", e.g.: Kürche (church)

get to work

to grapple with someone (roughly)

Idiot, clumsy, idiot, booby, demlak, Tuleja

Exclamation for joy or surprise

Exclamation of joy or surprise

Exclamation in the sense: "You my goodness"

(Pronunciation of the "sch" like the "g" in Genie)

Affirmation, cry of alarm, in the sense of: For God's will

Nickname, (belittled) Joseph

Nest box for songbirds, but also a small dovecote

rectangular wooden container for mortar or lime

fight, mess around

Iron (additional) furnace, cannon furnace

mess around, tease yourself roughly

(aimlessly), (with a cart), drive around

Guy, (unknown) man, someone who shows (can be) seen

Meatball, see also Karnatel

fried meatballs, meat rolls (meat + rolls)

Kaschel, the (pronunciation of the "sch" like the "g" in genius)

Ice surface, also trodden snow after freezing over, slide

kascheln (pronunciation of the "sch" like the "g" in genius)

Tin pot, saucepan, saucepan

coarse meat by beating with hard tools before roasting

splash, small hand wash

to scoop, to scoop

roll, roll around, loll around

Ladle, e.g. for the soup

Chain carousel (with seats hanging from chains)

Storeroom, small room

Blocks, heavy toddler

Apple remnants, core, the remainder of the apple or pear

ashamed - combined with hand movements: one forefinger stretched out in the direction of the addressed is "stripped off" with the other stretched one

acidified fresh milk, curd milk, slip milk

gossip, pass on gossip, tell gossip

Chatter, gossip, light punch

yellow, sweet, edible turnip

unusable object, old piece, scrap

glue, someone one

Slap in the face

old, run-down vehicle, lazy or dull person, old heart

perplexed, clumsy, stupid person

small, poor room

Six straps, straps attached to the wooden handle, punishment device

Carpet rod, horizontal beam outdoors, for knocking carpets

Klotz, in miner's jargon: piece of (leftover) wood

big house, also a rude person

Fire hook, for stoking the flame in coal or wood stoves

Rubbish, useless device

Container for the coal (under the stove, by the oven)

Hahn, also (mostly) the faucet

a piece, a piece of the whole

do something badly

small coins, loose change

Shaggy, long, unkempt hair

chain, thread - but also walk slowly

Strikingly dressed (also fat) woman

Heat the bacon to obtain the lard, from the noise that can be heard

live together without a marriage license

Scratch, a crack on a polished surface

Always ailing, weak person, relentlessly frankly, thanks to the diminutive form but also compassionate and compassionate

Krapels, donuts, donuts (pancakes)

itch, especially wool-related

kriwatschlich (crooked and)

weird, crooked, awkward, twisted

Crutch, up, live

Marriage without a marriage certificate

Barley sausage made from blood and barley

bully, drive at work

Kushava (Pronunciation of the "sch" like the "g" in Genie)

Clouds of smoke, steam or dust, even in the kitchen with intensive cooking

tall, slim person, Lulatsch

talkative, verbose person (negative)

Breast bib, shoulder bib, especially for toddlers - against spilling

talk and chat with little ingenuity

open slippers, deformed shoes

trailing (long "a"))

walking shuffling, walking unnecessarily

Crank wrench for attaching previously common ice skates

malicious, cunning person

Beloved, (from "Dearest"), crush, bride

shaggy, unkempt hair

"Air raid shelter" of course, but also in O / S: "Learn Russian quickly"

Lovers, brothel-goers or pimps

tall, (clumsy) person

Unsavory (or too warm cold) drink, thin coffee

Lusche (pronunciation of the "sch" like the "g" in genius)

Slow eater, unsavory child, non-stop refreshing person

Dirt, mud, quagmire

Milk can, the vessel in which one traditionally fetched milk from the dairy

Clever, able-bodied person

Milka, Mile, Mariechen, Ria

Reduced form for "Maria", also "Emilia"

Round shaped poppy seed cake

awkward, also stupid person

no dumplings, but poppy seed rolls, poppy seed games

muddy (long "o")

Work (too) slowly, work awkwardly

slow working person

Soup made from dried fruit or stale bread

blunt knife or scissors

Phrase, asking for confirmation: Isn't it?

no, in some areas - also connected with a nod: yes, but generally used as a bridging word or pause filler

Square-cut pasta made from homemade dough, after cooking, pour browned butter over it, served with applesauce

Rolling pin, noodle roller, dough roller, figuratively also fat woman

be on guard, watch out

Oberwus (emphasis on "r")

man dressed in rags

way too big shoes

No good old gentleman who just hangs out (little respect)

Porridge, unappetizing food

unsightly, indefinable mass or unappetizing food

Farmer (somewhat disparagingly), farmer

Farmer's cabbage (mashed potatoes with boiled sauerkraut and side meat dishes, e.g. "Wellwurscht")

rude person, Stoffel

Have an appetite for something

round, well-fed face

(warm) slippers, slippers

Sausage skin, also skin on hot milk

Pelle, someone on the

bump into someone's skin, get too close

Skin on the hot milk

Pepetsch, Zieps or Zips

Appetite for something, cravings

run fast, move nimbly

Yeast pastries in oil, Berliner

Drink, also get drunk or sew with very small stitches

Dog dealer or small (stunted?) Man, curmudgeon

Paper scraps, small remainder

bad, cunning person or also positively, appreciatively applied

Curse word, not particularly drastic; by Pjeron

pjerunje (perunje) near Gliwice

Empty phrase (bridging, amazement)

struggle, plague

cry, blare - or show? The tongue?

Covering a child's or truck, flat ceiling

Potato pancakes, baked in a pan or on the stovetop

someone lying flat, sick, or after a good meal

Dish of mashed potatoes and boiled sauerkraut with "Wellwurscht"

here: hoarding, collecting, hoarding

Dumplings made from grated raw and boiled potatoes "

the early stages of a woman-man relationship, Techtelmechtel

Pressed tobacco, for cutting for the pipe

Nothing (of a lot), damn it

Passing urine, pissing, urinating

Borrow, buy on credit

Fart, old man

someone who cannot finish (finish) a job that has been started

(heavy) hammer; primarily in mining

Greetings (more like parting)

little man, boy

Ränftel, Rüftel, Rümftel

hurried, also agile person who can help himself out of the mess

Boys' toys that create a smell: can pivoted on a wire with a perforated bottom and smoldering wood or plant remains

Brat, good-for-nothing, rascal

Confusion, loud togetherness

Child's play: drive a bicycle rim or wooden tire with a stick

get involved, deal with something that is not necessarily yours

Footstool, low seating

Ritsche, die - also Rütsche

Footstool, low seating, wooden stool

Oven in a coal stove, also called an oven

Hand crank-operated ironer, a heavy machine for professional laundry processing

Washboard, a piece of corrugated iron framed in wood, on which the laundry "rumbled"

work on something with no prospect of success

local amusement center with "rides", indulgence, fair

Washboard, a piece of corrugated iron framed in wood, on which the laundry "rumbled"

Rüftel, Ränftel, Rünftel

Sand pit, water tank there

Bench and bench, upholstered

fashionable girl (offensive), earlier also: nagging or chattering woman

Cap with umbrella / canopy

Wood splinters (under the skin)

light rain, drizzle

hard (fruit) candy

curdled, untreated, sour milk

Boobies, but also slow or slimy people

untidy woman, dressed the same way

messy dressed girl or woman

Dress sloppily, sloppily, or in a messy way

Butterfly, moth, sometimes a raggedly clad person; Jerk

smear someone one

Spread the slap in the face

unclean, untidy dressed person

Slice of bread, also smeared, topped slice of bread

Got blows, beatings

Brash, brash fellow

loud toddler, always arguing person

Herpes on the lip, remnants of a bacon cube after lard production by heating, semolina, smoked bacon

Shear (Pronouncing the "sh" like the "g" in Genie) (A recipe)

Flour dish; cooked sourdough with additions (hearty and good)

fast but thoughtless acting person

Laberfritze, (simple-minded) talker

1/2 Behm, or a five pfennig piece

Josef, (little) colleague

Clock, alarm clock with bell

Bun (to be broken into four pieces in the shape of an eight)

Dumplings made from soaked bread slices, egg and flour

Semmelwurst (made from bread rolls and blood)

weird, funny, strange

to watch someone keen on something

Cabbage mixed with mashed potatoes

Cooked cheese, made locally from sour milk, salt, lots of caraway seeds, cooked through - stinks. Factory made too

overgrown / stunted bush

Silesian cake with crumbs

speak abundantly to alcohol

large, well-trained hand

Papa, father (belittled)

Depp, stupid person

small potty, drinking vessel

Butt, better: ass

big clumsy foot; clumsy or clumsy person

clap, gossip, persuade

Trumpet, poorly understanding person

light rain falls

eccentric, even older woman

Call for chickens

Curdled, sour milk

undefined color, poisonous green

Penis, usually used as a swear word

shy, awkward person

Connectedness, equality of mind (derogatory)

little clumsy, awkward person

Fool, awkward person

Detour, make one

go for cake

Go buy cake

tease (pronunciation of the "sh" like the "g" in genius)

confuse, wear the wrong way round

cursed, cursed, condemned

socially acceptable, socially acceptable for: "cursed"

Swear phrase, roughly: "damn it"

use something uselessly, consume it

break something, upset your stomach

knot, entangle a cord (carelessly)

uncombed, tangled (the hair)

entangling a cord, wool (unintentionally)

Cut the fabric so that it is no longer sufficient for the planned item of clothing

lost, gone, broken

Comb (the hair) clumsily so that the comb does not go through

quarter, half, three quarters

Time indication; e.g .: three quarters to twelve = a quarter to twelve

what once there (more, faster, nicer, better.)

other form of increase, in the sense of: "always (more, faster, more beautiful,.)

Soup and (garbage) meat from the slaughter festival

In the individual pig slaughter: secondary raw materials (blood, leftover meat, rolls), sausage produced for consumption

stupid stuff, reprimand

Appetite for something in particular

cravings for something, including chicken disease

lace up the shoe

Duvet, duvet, quilt, duvet

Stick out your tongue, show your tongue to sb

To (Pronouncing the "z" like the "g" in Genie) (A recipe)

Pastry; cooked sourdough with additions (hearty and good)

Quarrel, argument with another person

rant, romp (starting from an individual)

And here are a few more words that wait for a correct interpretation:

Upper Silesian dialect words from Upper Silesia

Aast, branch. mean person, insidious person. Distracted. Sponge cake, sponge cake, sand cake (?), Cup cake. Deal. Branding, roux

The Upper Silesian dialect that was spoken side by side in Upper Silesia, Upper Silesian dialect (from West Upper Silesia)

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