Missing the most important one: Kalsarikännit: Drinking at home in your undies (finnish)
Chantepleurer? I have never heard someone use this word. Is this linked to a région ?
pålegg we have in dutch too: beleg, and i have no idea why it doesn't exist in english because it literally has the same roots (germanic) as dutch, any linguist here who has a grip on that?
Pålegg -> beleg in Dutch?
Chantepleurer doesn't fuckin' exist.
Where is "biffler" ?
I dislike that Sweden and Norway were included, and you left out Denmark, also because we also have pålæg, but also because we have the word Hygge, which also doesn't exist in English, and is like a cozy wholesome atmosphere, but also something that is fun.
Kabelsalat has an English counter part, though it's two words. We call it a rat's nest
age tori just means chicken, if you write it age-tori it just means raised bird, not really it not a word for someone looking worse, it's just a euphemism