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The German word for squirrel is Eichhörnchen. I am not sure of the spelling, but the Bavarian word is Ohrkatzelschworf.

Not quiet. It's Oachkatzlschwoaf, meaning Eichkätzchenschweif or squirrel tail.

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-jo

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by Marshall (Canon) on Sep 10, 2021 at 06:57 UTC
    Thank you for the Bavarian spelling lesson!
    I am not so sure about this point in dialect. I am sure that I if a Bavarian guy says this word, I can repeat it. And the Hamburger has no chance.
      I am sure that I if a Bavarian guy says this word, I can repeat it. And the Hamburger has no chance.

      He, no problem: "squirrel tail", "squirrel tail", "squirrel tail"! ;-)

      Alexander <-- Location: A few km away from 53° 33′ N, 10° 0′ E

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      Today I will gladly share my knowledge and experience, for there are no sweeter words than "I told you so". ;-)
        Ha! My German is quite rusty after a few decades. At one time, I could understand at least some of the jokes when my Bavarian girlfriend took me to tapings of Peter Steiner's shows. Aside from the German/Bavarian lessons, it was interesting to see how these weekly shows are filmed. They would do 3 episodes one right after the other.