10 Similar words in Sanskrit and German (Deutsch)

List of 10 Similar words in Sanskrit and German (Deutsch)

We have been working on finding similar or common words in different languages and Sanskrit. My main motive for listing these words is just enjoyment based and I do not want to impress upon some idea. There are many languages that have similar words with Sanskrit and being passionate learning new language, I try to compile them and share with my readers.

If you have any other words in any language that is similar to Sanskrit, you can share it here. Apart from this, if you would like to help us improve our postings, feel free to put your suggestions and feedback.

While listing the present list, I have bracketed the English meaning of the words so as to give the idea what meaning I am talking about in the German language.

Ich I अहं
Mir Me मा
Sie She सा
Du You त्वं
Bahn Train वाहनं
Hand Hand हस्तः
Mensch Man मनुः
Junge Young Boy युवा
Ende End अन्तः
Sonnabend Saturday शनिवासरः

3 thoughts on “10 Similar words in Sanskrit and German (Deutsch)”

  1. Hände = plural, Hand = singular (german)
    Jungen = plural, Junge = singular
    “Mir” can’t be just translated as “Me” because it depends on the context.
    You like me = Du machst mich.
    This belongs to me = Das gehört mir.

  2. Well, thanks for telling this. I will change the plural part.

    You are right in telling that mir can’t be translated as me, but it is used that way. My only intention is to find some similarity not to impose it. Thanks again!

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