The land and its people
The Franconian alternative for "Allmächtiger" (Almighty), exclamation of great astonishment, as well as acknowledgement for something extraordinary.
Bavarian for: One litre of beer in traditional mug (make sure to include the Bavarian article "a", pronounced like “ah” in English)
Swabian dialect for driving licence
Franconian word for bottle
Boy(s), young man (men)
Girl, young woman, also: traditional festive dress
Good looking, attractive
Fix, Kruzifix oder “Zefix”
Strong universal curse with numerous variations based on the equivalent to "crucifix", not really heretical
Fun, joke, experience
Doubting, critical: "You can't be serious", "oh, stop", "leave me alone"
A true man with a dominant presence, also: corpulent (the opposite of a Haring)
Franconian for people of marginal physical stature
Standard Bavarian salutation
Very thin man, the opposite of a "G'stand'nes Mannsbild"
Bavarian / Swabian for "It's an honour", traditional, very respectful salutation
Affirmative statement, Bavarian version of "basta"
Bavarian statement of tolerance with numerous nuances: "It doesn't matter", "It doesn't matter to me", "I can't change it", experts are able to use it universally
Taken from English ("easy"), equivalent to: "No problem, we can do this" or: "Everything is running according to plan"
Prost / Prosit
Bavarian-Franconian equivalent to "cheers"
Najgschmäggda / Raigschmeggda
Franconian / Swabian for: Newcomer
Swabian for freckles
Franconian word for beer mug
Sauber sog I:
Exclamation of recognition and astonishment for an extraordinary achievement. Superlative: "Da legst Di nieder"
Schau ma moi
Bavarian laissez-faire, the equivalent to "time will tell"
Traditional Bavarian culinary delights
Dismissive commentary, "that's nonsense"
Swabian equivalent to the German "Schneckchen": an attractive young woman
Jolly, very personal welcome salutation or parting farewell
Franconian, originally meaning: a little bit, very frequently interjected in spoken language as a sign of modesty
Wer ko, der ko
Bavarian for "when you've got it, you've got it", said by self-confident persons with regard to their own abilities
Bavarian abbreviation for the Oktoberfest, which is held at the "Theresienwiese" in Munich