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What does "Caboche" mean or sound like in your language ?

@Miaourt@raru.re Birne (which can mean three things in german - A pear, one's head or a lightbulb - i think the equivalent of that french word is one's head)

@robflop Is that a translation or when you read / hear someone saying "caboche" you hear that ?

@Miaourt@raru.re Oh, it's a translation.

If I was to take that word literally without any reference to its meaning in french, it would not mean anything to me if I heard it. If speaking it out the german way, it'd sound like "kaboche" (with a german "ch").

https://translate.google.com/?sl=de&tl=en&text=caboche&op=translate

@robflop yeah, I dislike the "ch" since it's hard to transmit the sound in oyher languages too...

@Miaourt When I see this spelling, I think of a カボチャ (pumpkin).

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