- Cathaoireacha. Simply the word for chairs in New Irish. The last a is spoken as an i and you’ve got to ignore the t and o completely.
- Anniversary. From Latin anniversarius, the turn of a year.
- Tendril. Sounds a little bit as if it were borrowed from Tolkien’s Elvish.
- Spoons. Mainly, it’s not forks and therefore has nothing to do with Twilight. Isn’t that great? The German word is Löffel which is quite ridiculous, too.
- Krempel. German for something between junk and stuff or maybe lumber.