Thanks for creating this page - it's a highly useful one!
Really glad you find it helpful, Eric. I'm sorry I haven't included a German column but I hope translation from English is not much of a problem for German speaking SP'ers.
That's no problem for me, Yatsek, as I speak both English and German with equal fluency! No - it's those polish, ukrainian, slovakian, czech and romanian words for vital issues like for instance avalanche warnings I would certainly strongly wish to have in my pocket if ever I go visit the carpathian mountains!
Thanks for your interest in this little project, not to mention all you've done for Climbers & Hikers Without Borders :D; Well, the thing is AFAIK Kamil is already working on a more technical climbing/gear centred dictionary like this, which should also provide a Balkan link resulting in a freaking European merry-go-round, so I'm passing your Fortified Mental request right on to him.
and a nicely done page!
Glad you think so! But I must confess to being driven by some egoistic pursuits as well. :)
Jacek pronounced yatsek:)
My pleasure! My favourite row is "fog" LOL Will it be "megla" in Slovene? BTW I've noticed Slovene is missing from this dictionary
The Polish "raki" literally means "crayfish" :)
mistakes: mark = marcaj (you forgot the "j");
stone = piatra/lespede (galet, one of its meaning is: fragment of a rock or a mineral, polished and rounded by the action of the sea, torrents, glaciers, etc...
Yatsek, I would be again interested in your knowledge how to draw these grey tables with columns.
Could you put me as "edit" for couple of days in order to copypaste it ? I'm planning a Pyrenean dictionary :)
OK, Eryk:) But credits go to Peterbud.
OK, you can remove me from the Edit rights, I've got it :)