What’s the Estonian word for “to shelter from the rain”?

No, it is not Dies Academicus. But almost, as this year’s Dies Academicus, where most campus groups from TU Dresden present themselves with an exhibition, was ended by by heavy showers.

Nonetheless AEGEE-Dresden had many visitors today who could learned a lot about what we do, both in Dresden and also in Europe. And of course we ourselves enjoyed it too because we met a lot of new students and had cookies and cakes that DresDino one of our members baked for us to support us at the booth (-:

And the Estonia word for to shelter from the rain? It is part of the language quiz from our AEGEE Language Working Group that we gave the visitors of our booth to solve. Yet get a list with interesting European words that almost only exist in one language, like Schadenfreude in German, and shall connect them with their meanings.

The answer is Slovenian vedriti in this case (-:

Students gathering in front of the AEGEE booth

Students gathering in front of the AEGEE booth