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The Local _ Language _ Busar i bingen - what does it mean?

Posted by: chocolatecake2 19.Aug.2017, 08:07 PM

It's a name of a donald duck pocket. Bingen means bed right? So what does busar mean in this context then? It's clearly a noun here (plural). I thought it might mean something like noise, but then the translation (bed) for bingen doesn't make sense anymore.

Posted by: thenonlocal 19.Aug.2017, 10:14 PM

Binge means bin and here specifically Scrooge McDuck's money bin (pengabingen)

Busar is the plural of buse which means something like thug or rascal.

Posted by: Case officer 19.Aug.2017, 11:01 PM

Posted by: Bsmith 20.Aug.2017, 11:36 AM

Kids who are busy in the sense of being hyper active and getting into mischief are often described as busig.

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