Sunday, April 24, 2011


The word today is 'LANDLE': the definition is up to you, dear Eloqwatti. Go crazy, be poetic, have fun!

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  1. Ländle - From German Land (Land) + -le, a diminutive suffix) - A synonym for several German speaking territories - seeändle

  2. Landle: last name [surname] made famous by the Ivan the Great, famous champion of table tennis.

    "To throw a Landle" means to ping pong your way to wealth.

    Definitions from

  3. Landle (lan'dl n.)

    1. An allotment used by urban dwellers to grow forgettable vegetables under the strict weed-free administration of a horticultural obergruppenfuehrer (from Sanskrit LANATADA piece of soil + Eng. dim. 'le'. 1578 "This landle, this nation, this jewel'd sceptre surrounded by shining seas"

    2. The grounding of a Microlite one-seater aircraft - 1986 "This thing's easy to handle, it's even easier to landle"

  4. Ländle (diminutive of land in some dialects of the German language, e.g., the Low Alemannic and Swabian ones) is sometimes used in German as a colloquialändle

  5. landle (n.) handle to most at first glance

    land idle to some

    this land is my land to others