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15:09 Feb 11, 2007
English to Japanese translations [PRO] History
English term or phrase:Zweilander
What is exhibited in a museum. It'a an object used in an adventure game. (sorry if the field doesn't fit. It's not a term specific to gaming.)
Explanation: Never heard that term in English before. But maybe it is a spelling error and is supposed to mean Zweihander, which would then be German and mean two handed weapon. But I guess that depends on the context..
I would not know how it translates into Japanese, though ;-)
Hanno Ertel Local time: 23:25 Native speaker of: German, English
Notes to answerer
Asker: Thank you for the answer. I checked my old German-Japanese dictionary too, but I can't find it. The word was found in searching google. Strange.