Colognian idioms

An expression in a language is considered an idiom when its commonly understood figurative meaning is separate from its literal meaning.Colognian has idioms, and they are as frequent as in all central European languages. Many coincide with idioms of the languages close to Colognian, such as Dutch, Limburgish, Low German, and High German, or with other Ripuarian varieties, but quite many are also unique to Colognian.


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