The Washington Post on Saturday published a list of words that can make or break a name and its meaning.
A new word has been added to the list of 100 favorite English names in the dictionary, and it is a favorite among soccer fans.
“Die welt” is the English equivalent of “I love you.”
A die welt is a farewell gift or a goodbye kiss.
It was first written in the 17th century, and the word was also a name for a person who dies, according to the Dictionary of American Regional English.
The word’s popularity stems from its usage in the 16th century in the phrase, “I loved you so much.”
Its origin has also been traced to a reference to the love affair of Queen Elizabeth I and the Duke of Edinburgh in a letter to the French king in 1694.
The “die well” was first used by soccer fans in the 1990s to refer to players.
It was then used in the 2000s to denote a “loyalty” and a “wish” to a player, according a Wikipedia entry.
Some people have taken to referring to players by their last name, and fans have used it to describe soccer players as well, according the dictionary.
The list is the second time that a word has made the list.
In 2017, it was the first word added to an English-language dictionary.