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Heinrich Pesch  Identity Verified
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May 15, 2003

Wo kommt die Bezeichnung \"Kudoz\" her? Abkürzung von was?

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Mats Wiman  Identity Verified
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kudos [kju:dos] s = vard. beröm, ära, heder May 15, 2003

Swedish for fame, glory, hono(u)r



or simply THANKS



The Z is the ProZ.com trademark letter (KudoZ, BrowniZ etc.)



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Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
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Keine Abkürzung May 15, 2003

Hab\' mal im \"New Oxford Dictionary\" nachgesehen:



kudos: praise and honour received for an achievement



Usage: Kudos comes from Greek an dmeans \"praise\". Despite appearances, it is not a plural form. This means that there is no singular form kudo and that use as a plural, as in the following sentence, is incorrect: \"he received many kudos for his work (correct use is \"he received a lot of kudos\").



Now we know why it\'s KudoZ points as opposed to just KudoZ...



Das \"z\" in \"KudoZ\" kommt von ProZ.com.



HDH - Ralf


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Parrot  Identity Verified
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auf Englisch May 15, 2003

meint man auch \"ich/wir gratuliere(n)...\"

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Heinrich Pesch  Identity Verified
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Eines der am häufigsten gebrauchten Wörter im Finnischen ist ja Kiitos = Dank! Das die alten Griechen also schon versuchten, Finnisch zu lernen. Wie ja so häufig, haben die dann Fehler gemacht, in dem Fall das Doppel-i wie \"u\" gelesen und natürlich konnten sie die finnischen Langvokale gar nicht durch die Zähne kriegen.

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Kiitos? May 16, 2003

Und ich dachte immer, das meist gebrauchte wort in Finnland wäre \"Kippis\" = Prost!

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Heinrich Pesch  Identity Verified
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Kippis ist altmodisch May 17, 2003

Natürlich beinhaltet Guenthers Beitrag eine Anspielung auf finnischen Alkoholmissbrauch. Doch tatsächlich ist das Wort etwas aus der Mode gekommen. Skål ist feiner.

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Guenther Danzer  Identity Verified
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Skål May 17, 2003

Na, ich hab\' bis Anfang der 90er insgesamt etwa 5 Jahre mit finnischen Kunden zu tun gehabt. Im Laufe der Abende hat dann der \"Missbrauch\" meist dazu geführt, dass es für\'s \"Feine\" nicht mehr gereicht hat.

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