I would like to know any, shall I say, "out-of-use" german words that may or may not carry connotations, like 'jawohl' or 'Fräulein'. And of course words that would sound somehow weird nowadays. I am doing this simply for fun and knowledge. So, more clearly said, write here any outdated german words. :)
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Jawohl. simply means Got it. It's not outdated. You may hear
quite often if one acknowlegdes something which went well. For example, commenting a good move in a football game.
Fräulein is not used any more to address unmarried women. You may still hear it when parents address their daughter.
Ach, das Fräulein will wieder mal verreisen. – Ja, Papa!
There is such a lot of these words. I'll provide you the first two that came into my mind:
feilbieten. Enjoy :-)
Few days ago for some reason another quite outdated word that you might like came into my mind:
allenthalben. It's one of my favorites but I almost never use it because many people don't even understand it anymore.
The couple of outdated words that come to mind are mädel and schweinhund. I have heard of the former popularity of these words, but haven't personally experienced it. Nevertheless, I especially like schweinhund and would like to see it make a comeback.