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Tamas Ferencz Sep 30, 2015 (13:52)

Yárenissilaire[1] ter ilya otsole! Alkarea áre, lauka vista, lómesse kalle, ringa nikse ambarónesse. Ta loa íta mirwa nin.

[1] 'old women's summer' = Indian summer, early autumn with fair and warm weather (Hungarian idiom)

Jan Sorondil Slaný Sep 30, 2015 (16:20)

And also a Czech idiom, just by the way. :-)

Tamas Ferencz Sep 30, 2015 (16:23)

+Jan Sorondil Slaný
and Polish. Must be a Central-Eastern European thing:)

Jan Sorondil Slaný Sep 30, 2015 (16:32)

I guess so. :-)

Александр Запрягаев Sep 30, 2015 (17:10)

+Tamas Ferencz +Jan Sorondil Slaný And Russian, and Ukrainian. Apparently, spread all around Western and Eastern Slavic languages. Also Altweibersommer in German, of the same meaning. Yet, in Bulgaria and Macedonia, it is 'Gypsies' summer'.

Tamas Ferencz Sep 30, 2015 (17:28)

+Александр Запрягаев
maybe we should come up with a suitably Middle-Earthian idiom...

Gabriele Gonzalez Sep 30, 2015 (18:01)

"Alt Weiber Sommer" in German = old women's summer

But i wonder if in the elvish world of thought woul'd be an association between the last warm days in autumn and the "last warm days in the life of old womens". I hope you understand what i mean.