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Old 07-13-2009, 10:06 PM   #1
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Default Trying to name a summer kolsch...

and I cannot for the life of me think of anything good. I'm thinking I want a German name that somehow reflects summer. I've been typing random things into translators but nothing is catching my interest. Any ideas?


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Old 07-13-2009, 10:08 PM   #2
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Zumma Bier?


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Im Sonne - In the Sun
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Federende - "End of Spring"
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Its not German, but here is mine. Youre welcome to use it if you can't come with something.

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Heiße Tage and/or Hundstage means Dog Days in German. At least according to:

dog days : Dictionary / Wörterbuch (BEOLINGUS, TU Chemnitz)

A proverb says: Eine Schwalbe macht noch keinen Sommer. (One swallow does not make a summer.)

But you could change it to say Eine Schwalbe Macht Ein Sommer. Although you may want to get a true German to proofread that to make sure the grammar is correct. My German is Nicht so Gut.
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Probably going to end up being one of the following:

hochsommer - Midsummer
hund tage - dog days
Sonnenwende - Solstice

Unless, that is, someone comes up with something better. Thanks for all of the input once again.
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How about this one: "Kölner Dom am Sonne"; "Cologne Cathedral in the Sun". Or for short: "Dom am Sonne".

Or maybe this one: "Peter und Maria am Sonne"? "Peter and Marry in the Sun" - because the Cathedral is dedicated to Saint Peter and the Blessed Virgin Mary.

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Gott en heimel!

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