Germanic Languages Comparative Vocabulary: Places and Buildings

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English German Dutch
airport der Flughafen luchthaven
bakery die Bäckerei bakkerij
bank die Bank bank
bar die Bar bar
barn die Scheune schuur
barracks dis Kaserne kazerne
bench die Bank bank
bridge die Brücke brug
bookstore die Buchhandlung boekwinkel
building das Gebäude gebouw (n)
butcher's die Metzgerei slagerij
castle das Schloss slot (n)
cathedral die Kathedrale kathedraal
cemetery der Friedhof kerkhof (n)
church die Kirche kerk
cinema das Kino bioscoop
consulate das Konsulat consulaat (n)
corner die Ecke straathoek
courtyard der Hof hof
crosswalk der Ubergang oversteekplaats
dock das Dock dok
dry cleaner's die Reinigung stomerijen
embassy die Botschaft ambassade
factory die Fabrik fabriek
farm der Bauernhof boerderij
fire hydrant der Hydrant brandkraan
fountain der Brunnen fontein
garage die Garage garage
grocery store das Lebensmittelgeschäft supermarkt
hospital das Krankenhaus hospitaal (n)
hotel das Hotel hotel
house das Haus huis (n)
hut die Hütte hut
inn das Wirtshaus herberg
lane (town) die Gasse steeg
library die Bibliothek bibliotheek
market der Markt markt
monument das Denkmal gedenkteeken (n)
museum das Museum museum
palace der Palast paleis
path der Pfad pad (n)
pavement der Bürgersteig trottoir (n)
pharmacy die Apotheke farmacie
pier der Pier pier
police station das Polizeirevier politiebureau (n)
port der Hafen haven
prison das Gefängnis gevangenis
restaurant das Restaurant restaurant
road (highway) dis Landstrasse landweg
school die Schule school
sidewalk der Bürgersteig trottoir (n)
square der Platz plein (n)
stable der Stall stal
stadium das Stadion stadie
store der Laden winkel
street die Strasse straat
suburb die Vorstadt voorstad
theater das Theater schouwburg
tower der Turm toren
town die Stadt stad
town hall die Rathaus stadhuis (n)
traffic light die Ampel verkeerslicht
university die Universität universiteit
village das Dorf dorp
alloy die Legierung allooi (n)
brass das Messing geelkoper (n)
brick der Backstein baksteen
cement der Zement cement (n)
chalk die Kreide krijt (n)
clay der Lehm / Ton klei
coal die Kohle kool
concrete der Beton beton
copper das Kupfer koper (n)
cork der Kork kurk
glass das Glas glas (n)
gold das Gold goud (n)
iron das Eisen ijzer (n)
lead das Blei lood (n)
leather das Leder leer (n)
lime der Kalk kalk
marble der Marmor marmer (n)
mercury das Quecksilber kwikzilver (n)
metal das Metall metaal (n)
rubber der Gummi rubber (n)
silver das Silber zilver
steel der Stahl staal (n)
stone der Stein steen
tar der Teer teer (n)
tin das Zinn tin (n)
wood das Holz hout (n)


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