Lot of words for one thing #22

esik
1) he/she/it falls; he/she/it is falling
2) it rains; it is raining

lóg az eső lába – it is raining
(Literally::: the rain’s leg is hanging)

szitál – it is drizzling; it is raining
permetez
1) he/she is sprinkling (the plants)
2) it is drizzling; it is raining

szemerkél – it is raining (in small speed and amount)
csepereg – it is raining (in small speed and amount)
csöpörög – it is raining (in small speed and amount)
csöpög – it is raining (in small speed and amount)

szakad – it is raining fast; it is pouring
zuhog – it is raining fast; it is pouring

(esik,) mintha dézsából öntenék – (it is raining,) as if they were pouring it from a vat
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eső – rain
(Literally::: something that falls; something that is falling)

esni
1) to fall
2) to rain

szita – sieve
szűrő – sieve
rosta – sieve (archaic)

permet – spray (for sprinkling)
csepp; csöpp
1) drop
2) bit
[e.g.: Egy cseppet. – A (little) bit.]
3) small; little (used in some dialects)
[e.g.: Csepp lány. – Little girl.]

dézsa – tub; vat (a large round wooden container with a handle on each side)
önteni
1) to pour
2) to cast (metal)

lógni
1) to dangle; to swag; to be hanging; to hang (be or remain suspended)
2) to play truant/hooky (to miss school, work, etc. without suitable permission or excuse)

láb – leg; foot

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