дурной гонор

German translation: üble Arroganz

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Russian term or phrase:дурной гонор
German translation:üble Arroganz
Entered by: Sergei Medvedev

17:31 Mar 30, 2005
Russian to German translations [PRO]
Art/Literary - Philosophy
Russian term or phrase: дурной гонор
Цитата из Бердяева:
"Польская душа — аристократична и индивидуалистична до болезненности, в ней так сильно не только чувство чести (...), но и дурной гонор."
Sergei Medvedev
Germany
Local time: 19:54
üble Arroganz
Explanation:
üble Arroganz.

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Note added at 6 mins (2005-03-30 17:37:27 GMT)
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Ist doch einfach ein Zitat? Wir haben doch nichts gegen Polen, hoffe ich.

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Note added at 13 mins (2005-03-30 17:44:32 GMT) Post-grading
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Das polnische Wort Honor heisst Ehre. Aber Berdjajew hat was ganz anderes gemeint. Das russische honor kommt zwar aus dem Polnischen, hat aber einen negativen Beigeschmack.
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Jarema
Ukraine
Local time: 20:54
Grading comment
Danke. Nein, nichts gegen Polen! Das ist ein Zitat aus Berdjajew aus dem Jahr 1918.
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дурной гонор
üble Arroganz


Explanation:
üble Arroganz.

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Note added at 6 mins (2005-03-30 17:37:27 GMT)
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Ist doch einfach ein Zitat? Wir haben doch nichts gegen Polen, hoffe ich.

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Note added at 13 mins (2005-03-30 17:44:32 GMT) Post-grading
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Das polnische Wort Honor heisst Ehre. Aber Berdjajew hat was ganz anderes gemeint. Das russische honor kommt zwar aus dem Polnischen, hat aber einen negativen Beigeschmack.

Jarema
Ukraine
Local time: 20:54
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Native speaker of: Native in RussianRussian, Native in UkrainianUkrainian
PRO pts in category: 4
Grading comment
Danke. Nein, nichts gegen Polen! Das ist ein Zitat aus Berdjajew aus dem Jahr 1918.

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