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in nautical language - or any language, apparently. Huh.
How comes one of the pople that comments most on your profile post is your self? Do you have a split personality or do you just like talking to your self?
I'm a status update artiste
A Dinophile too.
Basement simply means the hard floor of the lowest room in the house. Like Pavement. I suppose you don't have basements in the frosty frost.
They like to do the 'hanky panky' in the 'frosty frost'.
But Zegh, are you building a sex dungeon? :D That's actually what I'd imagine the filthy rich Norwegians to do with their oil billions.
And the fins are all poor bums with knives robbing them?
@Crni Vuk The Finns are working at the fish cutting factories with the Poles and the Serbs so yes, they are running around with sharp knives.
Toront, my search would naturally not be for "basement" (the English term) - but instead for "kjeller" (the Norwegian term, with its own origin) - I'm wondering what a "kjeller" is called, in nautical language.
@zegh8578 You mean what is a ship's basement called? A hold, maybe? In Norwegian you mean?
Come on community, team effort needed here to help out Zegh! :D
Yes, yes, in Norwegian :D I did come to "a hold" in English, but then "a hold" is impossible to google-translate to Nor, because "hold" means "to hold" in Norwegian. It always translates to - "to hold" "to hold a ship" "holding the ship" etc... It's very frustrating :D
I did find TWO lists of maritime terms, in Norwegian, and skimmed through both, as well as word-searched terms like "kjeller" etc, to see if something could match, but no luck